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HUNTINGTON'S 



STATE REGISTER. 



PUBLISHED ANNUALLY. 



NO. 5. 



FOR THE YEAR OF OUR LORD 



1831. 



HARTFORD: >>> 

K. & F. J. HUNTINGTON. 

AND FOR 8ALE BY BOOKSELLERS AND TRADERS IN 
THE PRINCIPAL TOWNS IN THE STATE. 



P. B. GLEASON AND CO. ...PRINTERS, 




M.C 



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L-UECTION 



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STATE REGISTER, 

OF 

CIVIL, JUDICIAL, MILITARY, AND OTHER OFFICERS 

TN 

CONNECTICUT; 

AND 

UNITED STATES RECORD. 

TO WHICH IS PREFIXED, 

AN ALMANACK. 

CONTAINING ALSO, 

ECCLESIASTICAL LISTS ; TOWN OFFICERS ; CORPO- 
RATE INSTITUTIONS FOR LITERARY AND 
RELIGIOUS PURPOSES ; STATISTICAL 
TABLES ; AND A VARIETY OF 
OTHER INTERESTING 
ARTICLES. 

PUBLISHED ANNUALLY. 



NO. 5. 



FOR THE YEAR OF OUR LORD 

1831. 

BEING THE FIFTY-FIFTH YEAR OF AMERICAN 
INDEPENDENCE. 



PUBLISHED BY 

H. & F. J. HUNTINGTON, 

HARTFORD : 

AND FOR SALE BY BOOKSELLERS AND TRADERS IN 
THE PRINCIPAL TOWNS IN THE STATE. 



P. B. GLEASON AND CO....PRINTERS. 



DISTRICT OF CONNECTICUT, ss. 

BE it remembered, That on the Eighth day of October, 
in the fifty-fifth year of the Independence of the United 
States of America, H. & F. J. Huntington, of the said 
District, have deposited in this office the title of a book, the 
right whereof they claim as proprietors, in the words follow- 
ing, to wit : 

" State Register, of Civil, Judicial, Military, and other Offi- 
cers in Connecticut ; and United States Record. To which is 
prefixed, an Almanack. Containing also, Ecclesiastical Lists ; 
Town Officers ; Corporate Institutions for Literary and Reli- 
gious purposes ? Statistical Tables ; and a variety of other in- 
teresting articles. Published Annually. No. 5. For the Year of 
our Lord, 1831. Being the fifty-fifth year of American Inde- 
pendence." 

In conformity to the act of Congress of the United States, 
entitled, "An act for the encouragement of learning, by se- 
curing the copies of maps, charts and books, to the authors 
and proprietors of such copies, during the times therein men- 
tioned." — And also to the act, entitled " An act, supplement- 
ary to an act, entitled ' An act, for the encouragement of learn- 
ing, by securing the copies of maps, charts, and books, to the 
authors and proprietors of such copies during the times therein 
mentioned ;' and extending the benefits thereof to the arts of 
designing, engraving, and etching historical and other prints." 
CHARLES A. INGERSOLL, 
Clerk of the District of Connecticut. 

A true copy of record, examined and sealed by me, 

CHARLES A. INGERSOLL, 
Clerk of the District of Connecticut. 



Eclipses, 3 

SOLAR AND LUNAR ECLIPSES, 

\S THE YEAR 1831. 

There will be Four Eclipses this year : two of the 
Sun, and two of the Moon. | O -j ^VCl I C 

The'first will be a greater eclipse of the Sun, than 
has happened in the United States, since the year 
1806, on the 12th of February. If the atmosphere 
should be clear, it is probable that several of the fix- 
ed stars will be seen. The planet Venus 12 deg\ 45 
min. east, and Jupiter 1 1 deg. 30 min. west of the 
Sun will also appear very brilliant. 

As seen from Hartford, visibility begins h. m. 

February the 12th, at 11 16 a.m. 

Ingress of Moon's centre upon sun's face, 03 p. m. 
Time of greatest observation, - 50 

Egress of Moon's centre from sun's face, 1 35 
End and full restoration of lig-ht, - - 2 20 
Duration of the eclipse, - 3 04 

Duration of the eclipse on Sun's centre, 1 03 

Digits eclipsed, 11 dcg\ 28 min. on the Sun's south- 
ern limb. 

In North and South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, 
Mississippi, Tennessee, Louisiana, &c. this eclipse 
will be annular — a beautiful annulus or ring* of the 
Sun appearing all around the dark body of the Moon 
at the middle of the eclipse. 

At the town of Charlie, in North Carolina, it will 
be central and annular on the meridian, Lon. 81deg\ 
29 min. West, and Lat. 35 deg". 5 min. North. 

The second will be of the Moon, February 26th, at 
llh. 58m. in the forenjjpn, therefore invisible. 

The third will be of tke Sun, August 7th, 6 at 5h. 
11m. afternoon, invisible at Hartford, the Sun having 
great South Latitude. 

The fourth will be of the Moon, August 23d, be- 
ginning- at 3h. 48m. p. m. partly visible. 



4 Tide Table Electors' Meeting, 

TIDE TABLE. 

The time of high water at the following places, may be cal- 
culated by adding or subtracting the hours and minutes annex- 
ed to them, to or from the time of high water at New Haven, 
found in the 5th column of the Calendars. (A) indicates the 
annexed quantity to be added— (S) subtracted. 





h. m. 






h. m. 


Albany, 


a 4 30 


Nantucket Shoals, 


s 2 30 


Amboy, 


s 2 44 


Newburyport, 


a 1 


Annapolis, Md. 


s 4 


New Bedford, 


s3 12 


Boston, 


a 15 


Norwich Landing, 


s 1 15 


Bridgeport, 


s 40 


New London, 


a2 


Cape Henlopen, 


s 2 


New York, 


s 2 0* 


Cape Ann, 


a 45 


Philadelphia, 


a 2 20 


Cape Fear, 


s 3 


Polepet's Island, 


a 1 


Charleston Bar, 


s 4 20 


Providence, 


s3 


Cape Hatteras, 





Rhode Island, 


s 2 45 


Cape Henry, 





Salem, 


aO 45 


Fairfield, 





Sandy Hook, 


s 2 45 


Guilford, 


s 30 


Savannah, 


s 3 25 


Hurl Gate, 


s I 30 


Say brook, 


aO 10 


Hartford, 


a 20 


Tarpaulin Cove, 


s 2 


Huntington, 





Tybee Bar, 


a 45 


Main Ocean, 


s 2 45 White Stone, 


a J 5 


Mobile Point, 


a 15 1 Wilmington, N.C 


. a 15 


Chronological Cycles for 1831. 




Dominical Letter, 


B 


Solar Cycle, 


20 


Lunar Cycle or Golden No. 8 


Roman Indiction, 4 


Epact, 


17 


Julian Period, 


6544 




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ELECTORS' MEETING, 

For the Election of State Officers, is annually held 
on the 



FIRST MONDAY OF APRIL. 



1831.] January, 3\ day s, begins on Saturday* 5 


USEFUL REMARKS. 


If you mean to know yourself, interline such of these re- 


marks as affect you, and set a mark to such as leave a sense 


of uneasiness with you, and then show your copy to whom 


you please. 


I^avater. 


O ! let thy soul remember, what the will of heaven ordains 


is good for all ; and if for all, then good 


for thee. Akenside. 


LENGTH OF DAY? 


. 


1st, 9h. Om. 8th, 9h. 8m. 15th, 9h 


18m. 22d, 9h. 30m. 


Phases of the Moon. 


Last Q. 5th, 5h. 2m. even. 1 First Q 


. 21st, 2h. 37m. morn. 


New M. 13th, 8h. 45m. even. | Full M 


27th, 9h. 41m. even. 


M 
i 


T 


Calendar. 


|R©s 


FSea 
1 28 


rds 


Circumcision. 


7 30 5 


8 21 


2 


B 


2d Sund. after Christmas. 


7 29 5 


2 19 


9 21 


3 


2 




7 29 5 


3 7 


10 23 


4 


o 


Sun's dec. 22° 47' south. 


7 28 5 


3 53 


11 21 


5 


4 




7 28 5 


4 36 


morn. 


6 


5 


Epiphany. 


7 27 5 


5 19 


17 


7 


6 


Jupiter sets 5h. 23m. 


7 26 5 


6 1 


1 14 


8 


7 


Moon Apogee. 


7 26 5 


6 44 


2 9 


9 


B 


1st Sund. aft. Epiph. 


7 25 5 


7 28 


3 4 


10 


2 




7 24 5 


8 14 


4 1 


a 


3 


7 *'s south 8h. 


7 24 5 


9 1 


4 56 


12 


4 


Moon runs low. 


7 23 5 


9 50 


5 48 


13 


5 




7 22 5 


10 40 


M. set 


14 


6 




7 22 5 


11 31 


5 40 


15 


7 




7 21 5 


A 22 


6 40 


16 


B 


2d Sund. aft. Epiph. 


7 20 5 


1 12 


7 43 


17 


2 


Mer. stationary. 


7 20 5 


2 2 


8 47 


18 


3 




7 19 5 


2 51 


9 54 


19 


4 


Sun's dec. 20° 26' south. 


7 18 5 


3 41 


11 1 


W 


5 


Sun enters Aquarius. 


7 17 5 


4 31 


morn. 


21 


6 




7 16 5 


5 23 


10 


22 


7 


Vincent. 


7 15 5 


6 16 


1 16 


23 


B 


3d Sund. aft. Epiph. 


7 14 5 


7 12 


2 23 


24 


2 


Moon Perigee. Moon S. 


7 13 5 


8 10 


3 32 


25 


3 


Conv. of St. Paul. 


7 12 5 


9 8 


4 36 


26 


4 


Moon runs high. 


7 11 5 


10 6 


5 36 


27 


5 




7 10 5 


11 3 


M. ri. 


28 


6 


Ell and Yard so. 8h. 38m. 


7 9 5 


11 56 


5 51 


29 


7 




7 8 5 


morn. 


6 56 


30 


B 


Septuagesima Sund. 


7 7 5 


47 7 57 


31 


•2 Sun's dec. 1 7° 30' south. 


7 6 5 


1 35J 8 58 






1* 









6 February* 28 days, begins on Tuesday, [1831. 



USEFUL REMARKS. 

There is nothing requires so strict an economy as our benev- 
olence. We should husband our means, as the agriculturist 
his manure, which, if he spread over too large a superfices, 
produces no crop, if over too small a surface, exuberates in 
rankness and weeds. Lacon. 

Every virtue carried to excess, approaches its kindred vice. 



LENGTH OF DAYS. 

1st, 9h. 52m. 8th, lOh. 8m. 15th, lOh. 24m. 22d, lOh. 42m. 



Phases of the Moon. 

Last Q. 4th, 3h. 21m. even. I First Q. 19th, lOh. 7m. morn, 

New M. 12th, Oh. 7m. even. Full M. 26th, 11 h. 58m. morn. 



M.W 



Calendar. 



1 


3 


2 


4 


3 


5 


4 


6 


5 


7 


6 


B 


7 


2 


8 


3 


9 


4 


10 


o 


11 


I 


\z 


7 


13 


B 


14 


2 


15 


3 


16 


4- 


17 





18 


(. 


19 


"\ 


20 


B 


-21 


ii 


22 


3 


23 


4 


24 


5 


:o 


(. 


26 


7 


:7 


B 


^ 


2 



Sun's decl. 17° 13' S. 
Saturn S. lh. 9m. morn. 



Moon Apogee. 
Sexagesima Sund, 
Venus stationary. 
Moon runs low. 
Ell and Yard south 7h. 51m 



SUN eclipsed, visible. 

Quinquagesima Sund. 

V r alentine. 

Shrove Tuesday. 

Ash Wednesday. 

Sirius S. bh. 29m. 

Moon Perigee. 

Sun ent. Pisces. 

1st Sund. in Lent. 

A returns r. 8h. 11m. 

Moon run3 high. Moon S 

St. Matthias. 
Venus sets 6h. 46m. 
Moon eclipsed invisible. 
2d Sund. in Lent. 
Sun's decl. 8° 8' S. 



R©S 

7 4 5 



F sea R j) S 



3 
2 
1 



58 
57 
56 
54 
53 
52 
51 
50 
49 
48 
47 
46 
44 
43 
6 42 
6 40 
39 
37 
36 
34 
32 



20 

5 

48 

31 

15 



47 

35 

25 

16 

7 

10 59 

11 51 
A 42 

1 33 

2 25 

3 17 



59 
56 

8 52 

9 45 

10 37 

11 26 
30 6 morn. 
29 6 12 



9 56 

10 56 

11 51 
morn. 

46 

1 44 

2 38 

3 31 

4 25 

5 13 

6 
M set 

6 32 

7 38 

8 48 

9 57 
11 5 
morn 

13 

1 21 

2 25 

3 26 

4 1 

5 9 

5 5£ 
M ri 

6 45 

7 45 



The 1 lanet Venus will be evening star until the 8th October; 
then morning star to the end of the year. 



1831.] March) 31 days, begins on Tuesday, 



USEFUL REMARKS. 

If you can be well without health, you can be happy without 
virtue. Burke. 

A grain of prudence is worth a pound of craft P. Sidney. 

Words are the daughters of the wind, but actions are the 
sons of the soul. m Sir W. Jones. 

LENGTH OF DAYS. 

1st, llh. 4m. 8th, llh. 24m. 15th, lib. 48m. 22d,12h. 6m. 



Phases of the Moon. 

Last Q. 6th, Oh. 19m. even. I First Q. 20th, 5h. 25m. even. 

New M. 14th, Oh. 57 m. morn - | Full M. 28th, 3h. 29m. morn. 



I 



3 |St. David. 



Clad. 



Yen. set. 5h. 56'jb 28 b 



Calendar. 



Moon Apogee. 

3d Sund. in Lent. 

Moon runs low. 
Lirius S. 7h. 15m. 

Sun's decl. 3° 53' south. 

4th S. in Lent. Mid. L. S 

Moon Perigee. 



Saturn S. lOh. lm. 

5th in Lent. S. ent. Aries 

Moon runs high. 

Moon S. 

Regulus S. 9h. 44m. 

Venus sets 8h. 0m. 

6th S. in Lent. Palm Sun. 



Sun's decl. 4° north. 



27 
2b 
24 
23 
22 
20 
1 

16 

14 

12 

10 6 

9 6 

7 

6 

4 

3 

2 

J 



59 

57 

56 

54 

53 

52 7 
50 7 
49 7 
48 7 
47 7 
46 7 



F SeaiRj) S 

0~ 58 8~44 

1 43 9 42 

2 27:10 38 

3 1111 34 
56morn. 

31 



4 42 

5 29 

6 18 

7 8 

7 59 

8 51 

9 43 

10 35 

11 28 
A 21 

1 15 

2 10 

3 6 

4 3 

5 

5 58 

6 54 

7 47 

8 39 

9 28 

10 15 

11 1 
II 45 
morn. 

29 

1 13 



1 
2 
3 
3 
4 
5 
5 
M set 

7 46 

8 57 
10 

11 19 
morn. 

26 

1 28 

2 24 

3 14 



5b 
35 
10 
41 
M 

7 40 

8 36 

9 32 



8 



April, 30 days, begins on Friday. [1831 



USEFUL REMARKS. 

Truth is the same to the understanding, that music is to the 
ear, or beauty to the eye. Lord Kaimes. 

Religious toleration is a duty, a virtue, which man owes to 
man ; considered as a public right, it is the respect of the gov 
ernment to the consciences of the citizens, and the objects of 
heir veneration and their faith. ■ Portalis. 



LENGTH OF DAYS. 

1st, 12h. 32m. 8th, 12h. 52m. 15th, 13h. 12m. 22d, 13h. 28m. 



Phases of the Moon. 

Last Q. 5th, 7h. 11m. morn. I First Q. 19th, In. 35m. morn 

New M. 12th, lib. 8m. morn. | Full M. 26th, 7h. 27m. even 

ET 
i 

2 
3 
4 



Wl 



Calendar. 



G. Friday. Moon Apogee, 

Easter Day. 
Moon runs low. 
Regulus South, 8h. 54m. 

Venus sets 8h. 35m. 

Sun's decl. 7° 24' N. 

1st S. aft. East. Low S. 



M. Per. Ven. sets 8h. 51' 

Sun's decl. 9° 36m. N. 

2d S. aft. East. 

Venus sets 9h. 9m. 
Sun ent. Taurus. 
Moon South. 



3d S. aft. Easter. 
St. Mark. 



Sun's decl. 14° N. 
Moon Apogee. 
Saturn stationary. 



&©£ 


FSea 


R>S 


5 44 7 


1 58 


10 29 


5 43 7 


2 44 


11 23 


5 41 7 


3 30 


morn. 


5 40 7 


4 IS 


VI 


5 38 7 


5 7 


1 6 


5 37 7 


5 57 


1 52 


5 35 7 


6 47 


2 35 


5 34 7 


7 38 


3 18 


5 32 7 


8 29 


3 57 


5 31 7 


9 21 


4 34 


5 30 7 


10 14 


5 9 


5 28 7 


11 8 


M.set 


5 27 7 


A 4 


7 58 


5 26 7 


1 1 


9 9 


5 24 7 


2 


10 21 


5 23 7 


3 


11 28 


5 21 7 


3 59 


morn. 


5 20 7 


4 57 


27 


5 19 7 


5 52 


1 19 


5 18 7 


6 44 


2 5 


5 17 7 


7 33 


2 43 


5 16 7 


8 20 


3 20 


5 14 7 


9 6 


3 50 


5 13 7 


9 50 


4 21 


5 12 7 


10 33 


4 50 


5 10 7 


11 17 


M. ri. 


5 9 7 


morn. 


7 33 


5 7 7 


1 


8 28 


5 6 7 


46 


9 24 


5 5 7 


1 321 


10 18 



1831.] JV/^iy, 31 days, begins on Sunday, 9 


USEFUL REMARKS. 


Amusement is the happiness of those who cannot think. Pope. 


No man ever did a designed injury to another, without doing 


a greater to himself. 


Noth.ng more easy than to do mischief; nothing more diffi- 


cult than to suffer without complaining. 


No man is wise or safe, but he that is honest. 




LENGTH OF DAYS. 


1st, 13h. 52m. 8th, 14h. 6m. 15th, 14h. 8m. 22d, 14h. 30m. 


Phases of the Moon. 


Last Q. 4th, lOh. 43m. even. 1 First Q. 18th, llh. 20m. morn. 


New M. 11th. 7h 9m even. | Full (VI. 26th, 111) 8m. morn. 


M 

1 


VV 

15 


Calendar. 


K<v) b ^beaK>S 


4th S. aft. East. St. Philip 


5 4 7 


2 ao 1 1 8 


2 


2 


Moon runs low. [& St. Ja's. 


5 3 7 


3 8; 11 56 


3 


3 


Invent, of the cross. 


5 2 7 


3 57 morn. 


4 


4 




5 1 7 


4 46 


39 


5 


5 




5 7 


5 3^ 


1 18 


6 


e 


Spica South lOh. 49m. 


4 59 8 


6 24 


I 56 


7 


7 


Venus sets 9h. 50m. 


4 58 8 


7 14 


2 33 


8 


B 


Rogation Sunday. 


4 57 8 


8 5 


3 8 


9 


2 


- 


4 56 8 


8 57 


3 42 


10 


3 


^un's decl. 17deg. 30m. N. 


4 55 8 


9 51 


4 20 


11 


4 


Moon Perigee. 


4 54 8 


10 47 


M.set 


12 


5 


A-cen. day. Holy Thurs. 


4 53 8 


11 46 


8 5 


13 


6 


Venus sets lOh. !m. 


4 53 8 


A 47 


9 15 


14 


7 


M. runs low. Taurus sta. 


4 52 8 


1 49 


10 20 


15 


B 


Sund. aft. Ascen. day. 


4 51 8 


2 49 


11 17 


Id 


2 




4 50 8 


3 47 


morn. 


17 


3 




4 49 8 


4 42 


5 


18 


4 


Herschel stationary. 


4 48 8 


5 33 


46 


19 


5 




4 47 8 


6 21 


1 24 


20 


6 


Jupiter ri. Oh. 46m. morn. 


4 46 8 


7 7 


I 56 


21 


7 


Sun ent. Gemini. [M. So. 


4 46 8 


7 51 


2 26 


22 


B 


rVhit Sunday. 


4 45 8 


8 34 


2 59 


23 


2 




4 44 8 


9 17 


3 25 


24 


3 


Arcturus so. 9h. 57m. 


4 43 8 


10 


3 54 


25 


4 




4 42 8 


10 45 


4 25 


26 


5 


Moon Apogee. 


4 41 8 


1 1 30 M. ri. 


27 


6 




4 40 8 


morn. 8 14 


28 7 




4 39 8 


17 


9 7 


29 B 


Trin. Sund. M. runs low. 


4 38 8 


1 5 


9 55 


301 2 




4 37 8 


1 53 10 39 


31i 3 


Sun's dfcl.21 deg. 51m. N, 


4 36 8 


2 42 11 19 



JO June, 30 days, begins on Wednesday. [1831. 


USEFUL REMARKS. 


When dunces call us fools without proving us to be so, our 


best retort is to prove them to be fools without condescending 


to call them so. Lacon. 


The want of due consideration is the cause of all the unhap- 


piness a man brings upon himself. Sir P. Sidney. 


JVlen fear death through ignorance, as children fear the dark. 




Bacon. 




LENGTH OF DAYS. 


1st, 14h. 50m. 8th, 14h. 56m. 15th, 15h. 4m, 22d, 15h. 4m. 


Phases of the Moon. 


Last Q. 2d, lOh. 28m. morn. 1 First Q. 16! h, llh. 7m. even. 


New M. 10th, lh. 59m. morn. | Full M. 25th, 2h. 8m. morn. 


M 

I 


W 


j Calendar. 


R©S 

4 35 8 


FSea 
3 30 


R])S 


4 


Venus sets lOh. 18m. 


11 57 


2 


5 


Anturus south 9h. 1 7m. 


4 34 8 


4 18 


morn. 


3 


6 




4 34 8 


5 7 


30 


4 


7 


Sun's decl. 22deg. 23m. N. 


4 33 8 


5 55 


1 4 


5 


B 


1st Sund. after Trinity. 


4 33 8 


5 44 


1 38 


6 


2 




4 32 8 


7 35 


2 12 


7 


3 




4 32 8 


8 29 


2 46 


8 


4 


Mercury stationary. 


4 32 8 


9 25 


3 27 


9 


5 


Moon Perigee. 


4 31 8 


10 24 


4 11 


10 


6 




4 31 8 


11 26 


M. set 


11 


7 


St. Barnab. Moon runs h. 


4 30 8 


A 28 


8 59 


12 


B 


2d Sund after Trinity. 


4 30 8 


1 29 


9 54 


13 


2 


Jupiter sets llh. 17m. 


4 29 8 


2 27 


10 41 


14 


3 




4 29 8 


3 22 


11 20 


15 


4 




4 28 8 


4 12 


11 54 


16 


5 


Anturus S. lOh. 29m. 


4 28 8 


5 


morn. 


17 


6 


Sun's decl. 23deg. 23m. N. 


4 28 8 


5 45 


26 


18 


7 




4 28 8 


6 28 


54 


19 


B 


3d S. aft. Trin. Moon S. 


4 28 8 


7 11 


1 22 


20 


2 


Mercury Gr. Elong-. 


4 28 8 


7 54 


1 53 


21 


3 


Sun enters Cancer. 


4 28 8 


8 38 


2 23 


22 


4 


Moon Apogee. 


4 28 8 


9 23 


2 56 


23 


5 




4 28 8 


10 9; 


3 30 


24 


6 


Nativity of St. John Bap. 


4 28 8 


10 57i 


4 10 


25 


7 


Moon runs low. 


4 28 8 


1 1 45 M. ri. 


26 


B 


4th Sund. aft Trinity. 


4 28 8 


morn.j 


8 33 


27 


2 




4 29 8 


34 1 


9 15 


28 


3 


Sun's decl. 23deg. 19m.N. 


4 29 8 


1 23! 9 54 


29 


4 


St. Peter. 


4 30 8 


2 11 10 31 


30 


5 




4 30 8 


2 59|11 2 



1831.] July , 31 days, begins on Friday. 11 


USEFUL* RFA1ARKS. 


Happiness, is less valued when we possess it, than when we 


have lost it. 


Life is short ; it cannot afford time for enmities. 


Remember that it makes a fault worse, to try to conceal it. 


The man whose word can always be depended upon, is sure 


to be always honoured. 


. LENGTH OF DAYS. 


1st, 15h. Om. 8th, 14h. 52m. 15th, 14h. 44m. 22d, 14h. 36m. 


Phases of the Moon. 


Last Q. 2d, 6h. 48m. even. 1 First Q. 16th, lh. 11m. even. 


NewM. 9th, 8h. 55m. morn. | Full M. 24th, 4h. 13m. even. 


M 

1 


W 

6 


Calendar. 


R©S 


FSea,R}S 


Sun's dccl. 23 deg.lOm. JN. 


4 30 8 


3 46 11 34 


2 


7 


Visit, of B. V. Mary. 


4 31 8 


4 34 morn. 


3 


13 


5th Sund. aft. Trin. 


4 31 8 


5 23 


9 


4 


2 




4 32 8 


6 14 


41 


5 


3 




4 32 8 


7 7 


1 17 


6 


4 


Anturus S. 9h. 7m. 


4 33 8 


8 3 


1 58 


7 


5 


Venus sets9h. 49m. 


4 33 8 


9 2 


2 43 


8 


6 


Moon Per. M. runs low. 


4 34 8 


10 3 


3 37 


9 


7 




4 34 8 


11 5 


M. set 


10 


B 


6th Sund. aft. Trin. 


4 35 8 


A 5 


8 25 


li 


2 




4 36 8 


1 3 


9 9 


ii 


3 




4 36 8 


1 56 


9 47 


ir; 


4 


Jupiter rises 9h. 0m. 


4 37 8 


2 47 


10 22 


14 


5 




4 37 8 


3 34 


10 50 


15 


6 


Sun's decl. 21 deg. 38m. N. 


4 38 8 


4 19 


11 20 


16 


7 




4 38 8 


5 3 


11 50 


17 


B 


7th Sund. aft. Trin. 


4 39 8 


5 47 


morn. 


18 


2 


Ant. S. 8h. 21m. 


4 39 8 


6 30 


20 


19 


3 


Venus S:9h. 27m. Moon S. 


4 40 8 


7 15 


52 


20 


4 


Moon Apogee. 


4 41 8 


8 1 


1 25 


2! 


5 




4 42 8 


8 48 


2 4 


22 


6 


Moon runs low. 


4 43 8 


9 37 


2 47 


23 


7 


Sun enters Leo. 


4 44 8 


10 26 


3 34 


24 


B 


8th Sund. aft. Trin. 


4 45 8 


11 15 


M. ri. 


25 


2 


St. James. Dog days begin. 


4 46 8 


morn. 


7 51 


26 


3 


St. Anne. 


4 47 8 


5 


8 26 


27 


1 




4 48 8 


53 


9 2 


28 


5 


Sun's decl. 19deg. 8m. N. 


4 48 8 


1 42 


9 35 


29 


6 




4 49 8 


2 30 


10 6 


30 


7 


Venus Gr. Elong. 


4 50 8 


3 18 


10 40 


31 


B 


9th Sund. aft. Trin. 


4 51 8 


4 8 


ill 16 



12 August, 31 days, begins on Monday. [1831. 


USEFUL'REMARKS. 


The best practical rule for morality is, neve^tp do any thing 


which you would be unwilling that all the world should know. 


The advantage of living does not consist in length of days, 


but in the right improvement of them. Montaigne. 


Fortune, like the milky way, is a cluster of small, twinkling, 


nameless virtues. Bacon. 


LENGTH OF DAYS. 


1st, 14h. 16m. 8th, 14h. 4m. 15th, 13h 46m. 22d, 13h. 28m. 


Phases of the Moon. 


Last Q. 1st, Oh. 49m. morn. | First Q. 15th, 5h. 32m. mom. 


New M. 7th, 5h. Urn. even. [ Full M. 23d, 5h. I3m. morn. 


Last Q. 30th, 5h. 56m. morn. 


M 


YY 


Calendar. 


4 52 8 


F Sea 

4 5^ 


R}S 

11 52 


2 


Lammas day. 


2 


3 




4 53 8 


5 52 


morn. 


3 


4 


Lyra S. 9h. 20m. 


4 54 8 


6 49 


35 


4 


5 


Moon Perigee. 


4 55 8 


7 47 


1 22 


5 


6 


Moon runs high. 


4 56 8 


8 47 


2 18 


6 


7 




4 57 8 


9 48 


3 22 


7 


B 


Sun eclipsed, invisible. 


4 58 8 


10 46 


M. set 


8 


2 




4 59 8 


11 42 


7 41 


9 


3 


Sun's decl. 16deg. 2m. N. 


5 7 


A 35 


8 16 


10 


4 


St Lawrence. 


5 2 7 


1 25 


8 50 


n 


5 




5 3 7 


2 12 


9 21 


12 


6 




5 4 7 


2 57 


9 51 


13 


7 


Venus sets81i. 31m. 


5 5 7 


3 42 


10 20 


14 


B 


11th S. aft. Trin. 


5 6 7 


4 26 


10 51 


15 


2 




5 7 7 


5 11 


11 25 


16 


3 


Moon Per. Moon South. 


5 8 7 


5 57 


morn. 


17 


4 




5 9 7 


6 44 


3 


18 


5 


Sun's decl. 13deg. 17m. N. 


5 10 7 


7 32 


43 


19 


6 


Moon runs low. 


5 12 7 


8 21 


1 29 


20 


7 




5 13 7 


9 11 


2 20 


21 


B 


12th S. aft. Trin. 


5 14 7 


10 1 


3 14 


22 


2 


[eclipsed partly vis. 


5 16 7 


10 51 


4 13 


23 


3 


Sun ent. Virgo. Moon 


5 17 7 


11 41 


M. ri. 


24 


4 


St Bartholomew. 


5 19 7 


morn. 


7 39 


25 


5 


Venus sets 7h. 58m. 


5 20 7 


30 


8 12 


2b 


b 




5 22 7 


1 19 


8 46 


27 


7 




5 23 7 


2 10 


9 22 


28 


B 


St. Augustine. 


5 24 7 


3 1 


9 58 


29 


2 


St. John Bap. beheaded. 


5 26 7 


3 54 


10 39 


30 


3 




5 27 7 


4 49 


11 25 


31 


4|M. Per. Mer. Gr. Elong. 


5 28 7 


5 461 


morn. 



1831.] September, 31 days, begins on Thursday. 13 



USEFUL REMARKS. 

Since custom is the powerful magistrate of man'slife, let men, 
by all means, endeavour to obtain good customs. 

He that follows his recreation instead of his business, shall 
in a little time have no business to follow. 

There is no condition that does not sit well upon a wise man 

The labouring man, in the present age, if he does but read, 
has more helps to wisdom, than Solomon had. . 



LENGTH OF DAYS. 

1st, 13h. 2m. 8th, 12h. 42m. 15th, 12h. 20m. 22d, llh. 56m. 



Phases of the Moon. 

New M. 6th, 3h. 41m. morn. I Full M. 21th, 5h. 3m. even. 

First Q. 13th, llh. 50m. even. | LastQ. 28th, llh. 36m. morn. 



Calendar. 



W| 

5 Moon runs high. 



London burnt 1666. 
Lyra S. 7h. 30m. 
14th S. aft. Trin. 

Sun's decl. 6 deg. 39m. N. 
Venus sets 7h. 17m. 
Nativity of B. V. Mary. 



R<v)S 



15th S. aft. Trin 

Moon Apogee. Mer. sta. 
Holy Cross. 
Moon runs low. M. S. 
Aquilla S. 7h. 58m. 
Lambert. Venus station . 
16th S. aft. Trin. 
Jupiter south 9h. 18m. 

St. Matthew. 

Sun enters Libra. 

17th S. aft. Trin. 
St. Cyprian 

Moon runs high. 
St. Michael. 

St. Jer ome. 

2 



FSea 



6 44 

7 43 

8 41 

9 37 

10 30 

11 21 
A 10 

56 



42 
27 
12 
58 
45 
32 
21 
10 
8 

8 50 

9 40 

10 30 

11 21 
morn. 

12 

1 4 

1 57 

2 54 

3 50 

4 48 

5 47 

6 44 



R}S 



17 

1 14 

2 19 

3 24 

4 29 
M. set 

7 25 

7 54 

8 25 

8 58 

9 30 
10 7 

10 47 

11 29 
morn 

19 



1 

2 
3 
4 
M. 
6 
7 
8 5 

8 47 

9 31 

10 22 

11 18 
morn. 

19 



14 October, 31 days, begins on Saturday. [1831* 


USEFUL REMARKS. 


Order in affairs is one of the things on which a man's success 


in life most especially depends. The rules of order are mostly 


summed up in these two precepts : — 


I. A place for every thing ; and every thing in its place. 


11. A time for every thing ; and every thing in its time. 


That pleasure only is according to nature which never cloys. 


LENGTH OF DAYS. 


1st, llh. 36m. 8th, llh. 18m. 15th, lOh. 56m. 22d, lOh. 36m. 


Phases erf the Moon. 


New M. 5th, 4h. 52m. even. 1 Full M. 21st, 3h. 52m. morn. 


First Q. 13th, 7h. 7m. even. | Last Q. 27th, 7h. 10m. even. 


M| 
1 


W 

T 


Calendar. 


R@S 

6 12 6 


FSea 


R])S 


Sun's decl. 3° N. 


7 40 


1 23 


2 


B 


18th Sunday afterTrin. 


6 13 6 


8 33 


2 28 


3 


2 


Aquilla S. 6h. 56m. 


6 14 6 


9 23 


3 34 


4 


3 


. 


6 16 6 


10 12 


4 38 


5 


4 


Venus stationary 


6 17 6 


10 5<i 


M.set 


6 


b 




6 18 6 


11 44 


6 34 


7 


6 


Jupiter South 8h. 10m. 


6 20 6 


A 30 


7 5 


8 


n 




6 21 6 


1 15 


7 37 


9 


B 


19th Sunday after Trin. 


6 23 6 


2 1 


8 12 


10 


2 


Jupiter stationary. 


6 24 6 


2 47 


8 50 


11 


o 


Moon Apogee. 


6 ^6 6 


3 34 


9 42 


12 


4 


Moon runs low. Mer. g. el. 


6 27 6 


4 22 


10 17 


13 


5 


Jupiter south 7h. 48m. 


6 28 6 


5 10 


11 7 


14 


6 




6 30 6 


5 59 


morn. 


15 


7 


Sun's Dec. 8° 21' S. 


6 32 6 


6 48 


2 


16 


B 


20th S. aft. Trin. Moon S, 


6 33 6 


7 37 


1 


17 


2 




6 34 6 


8 26 


2 3 


ia 


3 


St Luke. 


6 36 6 


9 16 


3 7 


19 


4 


Jupiter south 7h. 27m. 


6 37 6 


10 7 


4 12 


20 


5 




6 39 6 


10 59 


5 21 


2? 


6 




6 40 6 


11 53 


M. ri. 


22 


7 




6 42 6 morn. 


6 47 


23 


B 


21st aft. Trin. S. ent. Scor. 


6 43 6 


49 


7 31 


24 


2 


Moon Perigee. 


6 44 6 


1 47 


8 21 


25 


3 




6 46 6 


2 47 


9 15 


26 


4 


Moon runs high. 


6 47 6 


3 47 


10 18 


zl 


5 




6 48 6 


4 46 


U 21 


23 


6 


St. Simon and St. Jude. 


6 49 6 


5 42 


morn. 


29 


7 


Venus stationary. 


6 50 6 


6 36 


26 


30 


B|22d Sund. aft. Trinity. 


6 51 6 


7 26 


1 29 


31 


2|Sun'sdecl. 13° 58' S. 


6 52 6 


8 14 2 34 



1831.] November, 30 days, begins on Tuesday, 15 


USEFUL REMAKES. 


It is shameful for a man to live as a stranger in his own coun- 


try,and to be uninformed of her affairs and interests... Manutius. 


Nothing can constitute good breeding that has not good na- 


ture for its foundation. 


We are always clever with those who believe we think as 


they do. 


It is not in our stars, but in ourselves, that we are underlings. 


LENGTH OK DAYS. 


1st, 10h. 14m. 8th, 9h. 55m. 15th, 9h. 40m. 22ct, 9h. 26m. 


Phases of the Moon. 


New M. 4th, 8h. 46m. morn. I Full M. 19th, 2h. 5m. even. 


First Q. 12th, lh. 53m. even. | Last Q. 26th, 5h. 36m. morn. 


M 


W| Calendar. 


R(v) 8 


F Sea, JR. } S 


1 


3 lAll Saints. 


5 53 6 


9 


3 36 


2 


4 


All Souls. 


6 54 6 


9 45 


4 35 





5 




8 56 6 


10 30 


5 35 


4 


6 


Sun's decl- 15° 15' south. 


6 57 6 


11 14 


M. set 


5 


7 


Powder Plot, 1605. 


6 58 6 


1.1 59 


6 13 


6 


B 


23d Sund. aft. Trinity. 


6 59 6 


A 45 


6 50 


7 


2 


Jupiter sets 1 lh. 14m. 


7 5 


1 32 


7 30 


8 


3 


Moon Apog-ee. 


7 2 5 


2 19 


8 12 


9 


4 


Moon runs low. 


7 3 5 


3 7 


9 


10 


5 


Fomalhaut S. 7h. 43m. 


7 4 5 


3 55 


9 54 


U 


6 


St. Martin. 


7 6 5 


4 42 


10 49i 


12 


7 




7 7 5 


5 30 


U 47| 


13 


B 


24th Sund. aft. Trinity. 


7 8 5 


6 17 


morn, 


14 


2 




7 9 5 


7 5 


48 


15 


3 


Moon South. 


7 10 5 


7 53 


1 52 


u> 


4 


Sun's decl. 18° 38m. S. 


7 11 5 


8 43 


3 1 


1? 


5 




7 12 5 


9 35 


4 6 


u 


6 




7 13 5 


10 30 


5 14 


H 


7 


Jupiter sets lOh. 32m. 


7 14 5 


11 28 


M. ri. 


2(: 


B 


25th Sund. after Trinity. 


7 15 5 


morn. 


6 6 


21 


2 




7 16 5 


29 


7 


^ 


3 


Cuilia. Sun ent. Sagita. 


7 17 5 


1 31 


8 1 


23 


4 


St. Clement. 


7 17 5 


2 33 


9 6 


24 


5 




7 18 5 


3 32 


10 13 


25 


6 


Jupiter sets lOh. Urn. 


7 19 5 


4 28 


11 21 


26 


7 




7 20 5 


5 20 


morn. 


27 


B 


Advent Sunday. 


7 21 5 


6 9 


23 


28 


2 




7 22 5 


6 55 


1 25 


29 


3 




7 23 5 


7 40 2 27 


30 


4 


St. Andrew. 


7 24 5 


8 241 3 26 



16 December ', 31 days, begins on Thursday. [1831. 


USEFUL REMARKS. 


A man diligent in his business, shall stand before kings ; he 


shall not be ranked with the vulgar. 


Every man's fortune is in his own hand ; a wise man shall 


control the stars ; every way is passableto virtue. 


The slaves of custom are the sport of time. Bacon. 


LENGTH OF DAYS. 


1st, 9h. 10m. 8th, 9h. 2m. 15th, 8h. 56m. 22d,8h. 56m. 


Phases of the Moon. 


New M. 4th, 2h. 56m. morn. 1 Full M. 19th, Oh. 18m. mom. 


First Q. 12th, 6h. 30m. morn. | Last Q". 25th, 7h. 18m. even. 


M 


W 


Calendar. 


R©S 


F Sea 


R])S 


1 


5 


Jupiter .sets 8h. 49m. 


7 25 5 


9' 7 


4 22 


2 


6 


Sun's decl. 21° 55' S. 


7 26 5 


9 51 


5 21 


3 


7 




7 27 5 


10 36 


6 17 


4 


B 


2d Sund. in Advent. 


7 27 5 


11 22 


M.set 


5 


2 


Moon Apogee. 


7 28 5 


A 8 


6 1 


6 


3 


St. Nich. Moon runs low. 


7 28 5 


56 


6 49 


7 


4 




7 29 5 


1 44 


7 40 


8 


5 


Concep. of B. V. Mary. 


7 29 5 


2 31 


8 32 


9 


6 


7 *'s S. lOh. 22m. 


7 30 6 


3 17 


9 30 


10 


7 




7 30 5 


4 4 


10 28 


1! 


B 


3d in Advent. 


7 30 5 


4 50 


11 30 


\12 


2 




7 31 5 


5 36 


morn. 


13 


3 


Lucy. 


7 31 5 


6 23 


32 


14 


4 


Venus ri. 3h. 8m. morn. 


7 31 5 


7 12 


1 36 


lb 


5 


Moon South. 


7 32 5 


8 3 


2 42 


ici 


6 


Sun's decl. 23° 19' South. 


7 32 5 


8 58 


3 53 


1 7 


7 


7*'s South 9h. 43m. 


7 32 5 


9 56 


5 7 


18 


B 


4th S. in Adv. Mer. g. el. 


7 32 5 


10 58 


6 20 


19 


2 


Moon Perigee. Full Tides. 


7 32 5 


morn. 


M. ri. 


20 


3 


Moon runs high. 


7 32 5 


1 


6 33 


21 


4 


St. Thomas. 


7 32 5 


1 3 


7 43 


2 2 


s 


Sun ent. Capricornus. 


7 32 5 


2 3 


8 52 


23 


6 




7 32 5 


2 59 


9 57 


24 


7 


Saturn stationar} r . 


7 32 5 


3 51 


11 3 


2b 


B 


Christmas. Mer. gr. elong. 


7 32 5 


4 41 


morn. 


26 


2 


St. Stephen. 


7 32 5 


5 26 


7 


27 


2 


St. John. 


7 31 5 


6 10 


1 7 


25 


4 


Innocents. 


7 31 5 


6 53 


2 5 


29 


5 




7 31 5 


7 37 


3 4 


30 


6 




7 30 5 


8 21 


3 59 


31 


7 


Sylvester, 


7 30 5 


9 6 


4 55 



United States Government. 17 

GOVERNMENT 
OF THE 

UNITED STATES. 



Cabinet and Heads of Departments. 

Salary. 
Andrew Jackson, President, $25,000 

John C. Calhoun, Vice-President, 5,000 

Martin Van Buren, Secretary of State, 6,000 
Samuel D. Ingham, Sec. of the Treasury, 6,000 
John H. Eaton, Sec. of War, 6,000 

John Branch, Sec. of the Navy, 6,000 

John M. Berrien, Attorney General, 6,000 
William T. Barry, Post-Master General, 6,000 



Department of State. 
Martin Van Buren, Secretary. 
James A. Hamilton, Chief Clerk. 
Patent Office, 
John D. Craig 1 , Superintendent. 
J. T. Temple, Clerk. 



Treasury Department. 
Samuel D. Ingham, Secretary. 
Asbury Dickens, Chief Clerk. 

Joseph Anderson, First Comptroller. 
John Laub, Chief Clerk. 
James B. Thornton, Second Comptroller. 
Enoch Reynolds, Chief Clerk. 
Richard Harrison, First Auditor. 
William Parker, Chief Clerk. 
William B. Lewis, Second Auditor. 
James Eakin, Chief Clerk. 
Peter Hag-ner, Third Auditor. 
James Thompson, Chief Clerk. 
2* 



18 United States Government, 

Amos Kendall, Fourth Auditor. 

Thomas H. Gilliss, Chief Clerk. 

Stephen Pleasanton, Fifth Auditor. 

Thomas Mustin, Chief Clerk. 

John Campbell, Treasurer. 

Peter G. Washing-ton, Chief Clerk. 

T. H. Smith, Register. 

Michael Nourse, Chief Clerk. 

George Graham, Commiss'r General Land Office. 

James M. Moor, Chief Clerk. 

War Department. 
John H. Eaton, Secretary. 
Philip G. Randolph, Chief Clerk. 
Roger Jones, Adjutant General. 
Brooke Williams, Chief Clerk. 
Nathan Towson, Paymaster General. 
N. Frye,jr. Chief Clerk. 
George Bomford, Commissary of Ordnance. 
William Riddall, Chief Clerk. 
George Gibson, Commissary of Subsistence. 
James H. Hook, Chief Clerk. 
Joseph Lov r ell, Surg-eon General. 
Richmond Johnson, Chief Clerk. 
T. S. Jessup, Quarter Master General. 
William A. Gordon, Chief Clerk. 
Charles Gratiot, Chief Engineer. 

Navy Department. , 
John Branch, Secretary. 
J. W. Clark, Chief Clerk. 

Navy Commissionei*s. 
John Rodgers, President of the Board. 
Lewis Warrington. 
Daniel T. Patterson. 

C. W. Goldsborough, Secretary. 

Post Office Department. 
William T. Barry, Post Master General. 
Charles K. Gardiner, Assistant clo 
Selah R. Hobbie, do. do 

Obadiah B. Brown, Chief Clerk. 



United States Government. 19 

TWENTY-FIRST CONGRESS. 

Senate. 

John C. Calhoun, President. 
Maine — Peleg Sprague, John Holmes. 
New-Hampshire — Levi Woodbury, Samuel Bell. 
Massachusetts — Daniel Webster, Nathaniel Silsbee. 
Rhode-Island — Nehemiah R. Knight, AsherRobbins. 
Connecticut — Calvin Willey, Samuel A. Foot. 
Vermont — Dudley Chase, Horatio Seymour. 
New-York — Charles E. Dudley, Nathan Sanford. 
New Jersey — Mahlon Dickerson, Theodore Freling- 

huysen. 
Pennsylvania — William Marks, Isaac D. Barnard. 
Delaware— John M. Clayton, Arnold Naudain. 
Maryland — Samuel Smith, E. F. Chambers. 
Virginia — John Tyler, Littleton W. Tazewell. 
North-Carolina — James Iredell, John Brown. 
South-Carolina — William Smith, Robert Y. Hayne. 
Georgia— George M. Troup, one vacancy. 
Kentucky — John Rowan, George M. Bibb. 
Tennessee — Hugh L. White, one vacancy. 
Ohio — Benjamin Ruggles, Jacob Burnett. 
Louisiana — Josiah S. Johnson, Edward Livingston. 
Indiana — William Hendricks, James Noble. 
Mississippi — Powhattan Ellis, George Adams. 
Illinois — John M'Lean, Elias K. Kane. 
Alabama — John M'Kinley, William R. King. 
Missouri — David Barton, Thomas H. Benton. 



HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. 

Andrew Stevenson, of Virginia, Speaker* 
Maine— 7. 
John Anderson, Samuel Butman, George Evans, 
Rufus M'Intyre, James W. Ripley, Joseph F. Win- 
gate, one vacancj'. 

New-Hampshire — 6. 
John Broadhead, Thomas Chandler, Joseph Hairi- 
mons, Jonathan Harvey, Henry Hubbard, John W. 
Weeks. 



20 United States Government. 

Massachusetts — 1 3. 
Isaac C.Bates, John Baily, Benjamin W.Crownin- 
shield, John Davis, Edward Everett, Benjamin Gor- 
ham, George Grennell,Jr. Joseph Richardson, John 
Reed, John Varnum, Henry W. Dwight, Joseph C. 
Kendall, James L. Hodges. 

Rhode-Island — 2. 
Tristam Burgess, Dutee J. Pearce. 

Connecticut — 6. 
Noyes Barber, William W. Ellsworth, Jabez W. 
Hunting-ton, Ralph I. Ingersoll, William L. Storrs, 
Ebenezer Young-. 

Vermont — 5. 
Jonathan Hunt, Rollin C. Mallory, Benjamin 
Swift, Horace Everett, William Cahoon. 
New-York — 34. 
William C. Ang-ell, Benedict Arnold, Abraham 
Bockee, Thomas Beekman, Peter J. Borst, Churchill 
C. Cambreleng, Jacob Crockeron, Henry B.Cowles, 
Hector Craig, Timothy Childs, John D. Dick- 
enson, Jonas Earl,jr. Isaac Finch, Michael Hoffman, 
Joseph Hawkins, Jehiel H. Halsey, Perkins King-, 
James Lent, Henry C. Martindale, John Mag-ee, 
Robert Monell,Thomas Maxwell, Ebenezer F. Nor- 
ton, Gershom Powers, Robert S. Rose, Ambrose 
Spencer, Henry Storrs, James Strong-, John W. Tay- 
lor, Phineas L. Tracy, Gulian C. Verplank, Camp- 
bell P. White, Ch. G. D.eWitt, George Fisher. 
New- Jersey — 6. 
R. M. Cooper, Lewis Condict, T. H. Hughes* 
Isaac Pierson, James F. Randolph, Samuel Swan. 
Pennsylvania. — £6. 
James Buchanan, Richard Coulter, Thomas H. 
Crawford, Joshua Evans, Chauncey Forward, Jo- 
seph Fre}^ jr. James Ford, James Green, John Gil- 
more, Joseph Hemphill, Thomas Erwin, Adam 
King-, Daniel H. Miller, Alem Mar, Henry A. 
Muhlenburg-, William M'Creery, George G. Lieper, 
William Ramsay, John B. Sterigere, Joel B. Suth- 
erland, John Scott, Philander Stevens, T. H. Sill, 
Harmar Denny, Peter Ihrie, jr. Samuel A. Smith, 
Delaware — 1, 
Kensey Johns, jr. 



United States Government. 2t 

Maryland — 9. 
Elias Brown, Clement Dorsey, Benjamin C. 
Howard, G. E. Mitchel, Benedict J. Semmes, Rich- 
ard Spencer, Michael C. Sprig-g, George C. Wash- 
ing-ton, Ephraim K. Wilson. 

Virginia — 22, 
Mark Alexander, Robert Allen, William S. Ar- 
cher, William Armstrong*, John S. Barbour, • 



Thomas T. Bouldin, Richard Coke, jr. 
Robert Craig, Philip Doddridge,Thomas Davenport, 
N. H. Claiborn, Charles F. Mercer, William M'Coy, 
Lewis Maxwell, Thomas Newton, John Roane, 
Andrew Stevenson, , John Talia- 
ferro, James Trezvant, Nataniel H. Claiborne 

North Carolina — 13. 
Willis Alston, Daniel Barring-er, Samuel P. Car- 
son, Henry W. Conner, Edmund Deberry, Abram 
Reecher, Thomas H. Hall, Robert Potter, Augnstine 
H. Shepard, William B. Shepard, Jesse Spreight, 
Lewis Williams, Edward B. Dudley. 

South Carolina — 9. 
Robert Barnwell, James Blair, John Campbell, 
Warren R. Davis, George M'Duffie, William Dray- 
ton, William Martin, William T. Nuckolls, Starling 
Tucker. 

Georgia — 7. 
Thomas F. Foster, C. E. Haynes, Wilson Lump- 
kin, H.G.Lamar, Wiley Thompson, Richard M. 
Wilde, James M. Wayne. 

Kentucky — 12. 
Thomas Chilton, James Clark, N. D. Coleman, 
Henry Daniels, Jesse Gaither, Richard M. Johnson, 
John Kin-kaid, Joseph Lecompt, Robert P. Letcher, 
Lyon Chittendon, Charles A. Wickliffe, Joel 
Yancy. 

Tennessee — 9. 
John Blair, John Bell, David Crockett, Robert 
Desha, Jacob C. Isaacs, Cave Johnson, Pryor Lea, 
James K. Polk, James Standifer. 



22 United States Government. 

Ohio— 14. 
Mordecai Bartley, Joseph H. Crane, James Find- 
lay, John M. Goodnow, William W. Irvin, William 
Kennon, William Russel, William Stanbury, James 
Shields, John Thompson, Samuel F. Vinton, Joseph 
Vance, Elisha Whittlesey, William Creighton, jr. 
Louisiana — 3. 
Henry H. Gurley, W. H. Overton, E. D. White. 

Indiana— 3. 
RatclifFBoon, Jonathan Jennings, John Test. 

Mississippi — 1. 
Thomas Hinds. 

Illinois — 1. 
Joseph Duncan. 

Alabama — 3. 
Clement E. Clay, D. H. Lewis, R. E. B. Baylor. 

Missouri — 1. 
Spencer Pettis. 

Delegates from Territories. 
Arkansas. — Ambrose H. Sevier. 
Florida. — Joseph W. White. 
Michigan. — John Biddle. 



Location of the Public Offices at Washington City. 

In the 2d story of the new building east of the President's 
House, is the Department of State and Fifth Auditor's Office ; 
in the same building, below,, is the General Land Office and 
the Adjutant General's Office. 

In the old building directly south of the above, and also 
east of the President's House, is the Treasury Department — 
in the 2d story, are the Offices of the Secretary of theTreasury 
and First Comptroller of the Treasury : below are the offices 
of the Treasurer, Register and First Auditor. 

In the new building west of the President's House, in the 
2d Story, is the office of the Secretary of War, and the Offices 
of Engineers, Ordinance, Indian Affairs and Bounty Lands. 
The' Attorney General has also an office on this floor : below 
are the offices of the 2d Auditor, Paymaster General, Pension 
Office, Commissary, Quarter Master and Surgeon General. 

In the old building due south of the above, on the 2d story, 
is the Navy Department, Navy Commissioner's office, and the 
Second Comptroller's Office : below are the Third and Fourth 
Auditor's offices. 

General Post-Office, City Post-Office and Patent-Office, 
E. Street and North of Pennsylvania Avenue. 



United States Government. 23 

Judiciary Department. 
Supreme Court. * 

[Held at Washington,on the 2d Monday in January, annually.] 

Names of (he Judges, Attorney General, Clerk, Marshal, and 
Reporter, their Places of Residence, and their Salaries. 

Names. . Residence. Salary. 

John Marshall, Chief Justice, Richmond,Va. $5,000 

William Johnson, Asso. Jus. Charleston, S.C. 4,500 

Gabriel Duvall, " Marietta, Md. 4,500 

Joseph Story, " Cambridge,Ms. 4,500 

Smith Thompson, " New York. 4,500 

John McLean, " Ohio. 4,500 

Henry Baldwin, " Pennsylvania. 4,500 
John M. Berrien, Attor'y.Gen. Washington. 3,500 

William T. Carroll, Clerk, Washington. Fees. 

Tench Ringgold, Marshal, Washington. " 

Richard Peters, Reporter, Philadelphia. " 



District Courts. 

Names of the Judges, and the amount of their Salary. 

States. Judges. Salary. 

Maine, Ashur Ware, $1,800 

New-Hampshire, John S. Sherburne, 1,000 

Massachusetts, John Davis, 2,500 

Connecticut, William Bristol, 1,500 

Rhode-Island, John Pitman, 1,500 

Vermont, Elijah Paine, 1,200 
New-York 

Northern District, Alfred Conklin, 2,000 

Southern District, Samuel R. Betts, 3,500 

New-Jersey, William Russell, 1,500 
Pennsylvania 

Eastern District, Joseph Hopkinson, 2,500 

Western District, William Wilkins, 1,800 

Delaware, Willard Hall, 1,500 

Maryland, Elias Glenn, 2,000 

Virginia 

Eastern District, Philip P. Barbour, 1,800 

Western District, Alexander Caldwell, 1,000 



24 Judiciary of the United States, 

North-Carolina, H. Potter, 

South-Carolina, Thomas Lee, 

Georgia, Jeremiah Cuyler, 

Alabama 

Southern District, William Crawford, 

Northern District, William Crawford, 

Mississippi, Peter Randolph, 

Louisiana 

Eastern District, Samuel H. Harper, 

Western District, Samuel H. Harper, 

Tennessee 

Eastern District, John McNairy, 

Western District, John McNairy, 



Kentucky, 

Ohio, 

Indiana, 

Illinois, 

Missouri, 

Territories* 
Arkansas, 



Michigan, 



East-Florida, 
Middle-Florida, 
West-Florida, 
Southern-Florida, 



John Boyle, 
John W. Campbell, 
Benjamin Parke, 
Nathaniel Pope, 
James H. Peck, 

J. W. Bates, 
Benjamin Johnson, 
Thomas P. Eskridge, 
William Trimble, 
William Woodbridge, 
James Witherill, 
Solomon Sibley, 
Henry Chipman, 
James D. Doty, . 
Joseph L. Smith, 
Thomas Randall, 
•H. M. Brackenridge, 
James Webb, 



District of Columbia, William Cranch, 
•' Buckner Thruston, 

" James S. Morsel, 



2,000 
2,500 
2,500 

2,500 
2,500 
2,000 



1,500 
1,500 
1,500 
1.000 
1,000 

1,200 

1,200 
1,200 
1,200 
1,200 
1,200 
1,200 
1,200 
1,200 
1,200 
1,500 
1,500 
1,500 

2,700 
2,500 
2,500 



District Court of Connecticut. 
William Bristol, Judge, 
Asa Child, Attorney, 
Charles A. Ingersoll, Clerk, 
James Mitchell, Marshal, 
Deputy Marshals, — Elihu Olmsted, Hartford, — 
Erastus Osborn, New-Haven, — Henry Carrington, 
Middletown. 



Ministers and Consuls. 25 

Ministers, Consuls, and other Diplomatic and 
Commercial Agents of the United States, 
resident in foreign countries. 

England. — Louis McLane, Envoy Extraordinary and 
Minister Plenipotentiary, London ; Washington Ir- 
ving, Secretary of Legation, do. ; Thomas Aspenwall, 
Agent and Consul, do. Francis B. Ogden, Consul, 
Liverpool. Joel Hart, do. Leitlv-Scotland. Thomas 
Wilson, do. Dublin, Ireland. Bernard Henry, do. 
Gibraltar. Thomas Wynns, do. Turks Island. Ed- 
mund Roberts, do. Demarara. Peter Lanman, do. 
Kingston, Jamaica. John M. Kankey, do. Barbadoes. 
Reuben Harvey, do. Cork. Sam'l. Luke, do. Belfast. 

France. — William C. Rives, Envoy Extraordinary and 
Minister Plenipotentiary, Paris; Nathaniel Niles,jr.Sec- 
retary of Legation, do. ; Isaac Cox Barnett, Agent 
and Consul, do. Cornelius Bradford, do. Lyons. 
Daniel Stobel, Consul, Bordeaux. Daniel C. Crox- 
all, do. Marseilles. Peter Suau, do. Island of Gua- 
daloupe. John S. Meircken, do. Martinique. 

Russia. — John Randolph, Envoy Extraordinary and 
Minister Plenipotentiary, St. Petersburgh ; J. R, 
Clay, Secretary of Legation; Abraham P. Gibson, 
Consul, do. Charles Rhind, do. Odessa. 

Spain. — Cornelius P. Van Ness, Envoy Extraordinary 
and Minister Plenipotentiary, Madrid ; Charles S. 
Walsh, Secretary of Legation, do. Alexander Bur- 
ton, Consul, Cadiz. George W. Hubball, do. Island 
of Manilla. Payton Gray, do. TenerirTe. William 
Shailer, Commercial Agent, Havana. Lewis Shoe- 
maker, do. Matanzas. Sidney Mason, do. St. Johns, 
Thomas Davidson, do. Ponce, Porto Rico. 

Portugal. — Thomas L. L. Brent, Charge d'Affaires, Lis- 
bon ; Israel P. Hutchinson, Consul, do. John H. 
Marsh, do. Island of Madeira. Charles W. Dabney, 
do. Fayal. William G. Merrill, do. Cape de Verd 
Islands. 

Netherlands. — William Pitt Preble, Envoy Extraordina- 
ry and Minister Plenipotentiary, Brussels and the 
Hague ; A. Daveza,c, Secretary of Legation, do. John 
3 



26 Ministers and Consuls, 

W. Parker, Consul, Amsterdam. John Wamber- 
sie, do. Rotterdam. William D. Patterson, do. Ant- 
werp. Jehu Hollingsworth, Commercial Agent, Isl- 
and of St. Eustatia. 

Sweden, — Christopher Huges, Charge d'Affaires, Stock- 
holm ; David Erskine, Consul, do. C. A. Murray, 
do. Gottenburg. 

United Mexican States, — Anthony Butler, Charge d'Af- 
frires, Mexico ; John Mason, jr. Secretary of Lega- 
tion, do. ; James S. Willcocks, Consul, do. George R. 
Robertson, do.Tampico. William Taylor, do. Vera 
Cruz and Alvarado. John Ward, do. Chihuahua. 

Republic of Colombia — Thomas P. Moore, Envoy Ex- 
traordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary, Bogota ; 
J. C. Pickett, Secretary of Legation, do ; John M. 
Macpherson, Consul, Carthagena. John G. A. Wil- 
liamson, do. La Guayra. Abraham B. Jones, do. 
Maracaybo. 

Brazil. — E. A. Brown, Charge d'Affaires, Rio de Ja- 
neiro; W. H. D. C. Wright, Consul, do. Woodbridge 
Odlin, do. San Salvadore. John T. Mansfield, do. 
Pernambuco. Joshua Bond, do. Montevideo. Leon- 
ard Corning, do. Island of Maranham. Isaac A. 
Hayes, do. Rio Grande. 

Republic of Buenos Ayres. — John M. Forbes, Charge 
d'Affaires, Buenos Ayres ; G. W. Slacum, Consul, do. 

Chili. — John Hamm, Charge d'Affaires, St. Jogo de 
Chili ; Daniel Wynne, Consul, do. Michael Hogan, 
do. Valparaiso. 

Republic of Peru. — Asa Worthington, Consul at Lima 
and the Ports of Peru. 

Denmark. — Henry Wheaton, Charge d'Affaires, Copen- 
hagen ; John Raynals, Consul, do. Nathan Levy, do. 
Island of St. Thomas. Joseph Ridgway, do. Island 
of St. Croix. 

Prussia. — William T. Simons, Consul, Eberfield. F. 
Schillow, do. Port of Stettin. 

Saxony,— C. F. Goehring, Consul, Leipzig. 



Ministers and Consuls. 27 

Hanseatic Towns.— John Cuthbert, Consul, Hamburg. 

Frederick J. Wichelhausen, do. Bremen. Joseph H. 

Clark, do. Lubec. 
Italian States. — Thomas Appleton, Consul, Leghorn, 

Tuscany. Robert Campbell, do. Genoa, Sardinia. 

George Moore, do. Trieste, Austria. 
Roman States, and Kingdom of the two Sicilies. — Felix 

Ciccognani, Consul, Rome. Alexander Hammet, do. 

Naples. Benjamin Gardiner, do. Palermo. John L. 

Payson, do. Messina. 
Smyrna. — David Offley, Consul, Smyrna. 
Barbary Powers. — David Porter, Consul General, 

Algiers. Samuel D. Heap, Consul, Tunis. Charles 

D. Cox, do. Tripoli. John Mallowny, do. Tangier. 
Hayti, St. Domingo. — Francis M. Dimond, Commer- 
cial Agent, Port au Prince. " Joshua Webb, do. 

Aux Cayes. Samnel Israel, do. Cape Hatien. 
Sandwich Islands.— John C. Jones, jun. Commercial 

Agent. 
China. — John H. Grosvenor, Consul, Canton. 



Ministers from Foreign Nations now in the 
United States. 

Great Britain. — Right Hon. Charles Richard Vaughan, 
Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary. 

France. — Count de Menou, Charge d'Affaires. 

Russia. , Envoy Extraordinary and 

Minister Plenipotentiary. 

Spain. — Don Francisco Tacon, Minister Resident. 

Portugal. — Chevalier T. d'Azambuja, Charge d'Affaires. 

Austria. — Barron de Lederer, Consul. 

Prussia. — L. Neiderstetter, Charge d'Affaires. 

Denmark. — Chevalier Pedersen, Minister Resident. 

Sweden. — Baron Stackleberg, Charge d'Affaires. 

Netherlands. — Chevalier B. Huygens, Envoy Extraor- 
dinary and Minister Plenipotentiary. 

Mexico. — Don J. M. Tornell, Envoy Extraordinary and 
Minister Plenipotentiary. 

Chile. — Don Joaquim Cumpino, Minister Plenipoten- 
tiary. 

Colombia. — Don Xavier de Medina, Consul General. 



28 



Vessels of War — Collectors, %c 



Vessels or War belonging to the U. States. 



Ships of the Line— 


-7. 


Sloops of War— 


-13. 


Guns. 




Guns. 


Independence, 


74 


Erie, 


18 


Franklin, 


74 


Ontario, 


18 


Washing-ton, 


74 


Peacock, 


18 


Columbus, 


74 


Boston, 


18 


Ohio, 


74 


Lexing-ton, 


18 


North-Carolina, 


74 


Vincennes, 


18 


Delaware, 


74 


Warren, 


18 


Frigates — 1st Class- 


-7. 


Natches, 


18 


United States, 


44 


Fairfield, 


18 


Constitution, 


44 


Vandalia, 


18 


Guerriere, 


44 


St. Louis, 


18 


Java, 


44 


Concord, 


18 


Potomac, 


44 


Falmouth, 


18 


Brandywine, 


44 


Schooners — 7. 




Hudson, 


44 


Dolphin, 


12 


2d Class— 3. 




Grampus, 


12 


Congress, 


36 


Porpoise, 


12 


Constellation, 


36 


Shark, 


12 


Macedonian, 


36 


Fox, 


3 


Corvettes — 2d Class- 


-2. 


Alert, (store ship) 




John Adams, 


24 


Sea Gull, (Galliot) 




Cyane, 


24 







Navy Yards. 

There are seven JVavy Yard's in the United States, to. wit ; 

One at Portsmouth, N. H. ; one at Charlestown, 
Mass. ; one at New York ; one at Philadelphia ; 
one at Washington, D. C. ; one at Gosport, Vir. ; 
and one at Pensacola, in Florida. 



Collectors of Customs in Connecticut. 
Richard Law, New-London — William H. Ellis, 
New-Haven— Noah A. Phelps, Middletown — Wal- 
ter Bradley, Fairfield. 

Surveyors. 
Oliver Champlain, New-London — Samuel F. Den- 
ison, Stonington — William Baldwin, New-Haven — 
William Conner, Hartford— Daniel Burrows, Mid- 
dletown — William Willard, Saybrook. 
Richard Law, Superintendent of Light Houses^ 



Government of Connecticut. 29 

GOVERNMENT OF CONNECTICUT, 

FOR THE POLITICAL YEAR COMMENCING MAY, 1830, 
AND ENDING MAY, 1831. 



GIDEON TOMLINSON, Governor. 

Salary, $1,100. 

JOHN S. PETERS, Lieutenant Governor. 

Salary, $300. 

Isaac Spencer, Treasurer. Salary, $1000. 

Thomas Day, Secretary. 

Salary, $84, and fees of office. 

Elisha Phelps, Comptroller. Salary, $1000. 

Seth P. Beers, Commissioner of the School Fund. 

Salary, $1,250. 

Cyrus H. Beardslee, Executive Secretary. 

Salary, $200. 

SENATE. 

[Pay, $2 per day during the session of the Legislature, and 9 
cents per mile travel.] 
District No. 1. Samuel Hart 

" " 2. Lorrain T. Pease 
" " 3. Timothy Pitkin 
" " 4. William W. Boardman 
" " 5. Noyes Darling 
. " " 6. John D. Reynolds 
" 7. Elisha Haley 
" " 8. Roger Huntington 
" " 9. Henry M. Wait 
« " 10. Abraham D. Baldwin 
" " 11. Reuben Booth 
" " 12. Charles Hawley 
u & 13. Andrew T. Judson 
" " 14. Stephen F. Palmer 
" " 15. Phineas Miner 
" " 16. Homer Boardman 
" " 17. Augustus Pettibone 
" « 18. John Alsop 
" " 19. Georg-e Pratt 
" " 20. Ing-oldsby W. Crawford 
" " 21. Peyton R. Gilbert. 
Samuel H. Huntington, Clerk of the Senate. 
[Pay, same as Senators, with an extra grant for recording the 
Executive business of the Senate.! 
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Judiciary. 41 

JUDICIARY OF CONNECTICUT. 



Superior and Supreme Court of Errors. 

[Judges appointed by the Legislature, and hold their 
Offices during- good behaviour, limited to their ar- 
rival at 70 years of age.] 



Supreme Court. 






Chief Justice. 
STEPHEN T. HOSMER, 


Salary $1,100 


Associate Judges. 
JOHN T. PETERS, 
DAVID DAGGETT, 
THOMAS S. WILLIAMS, 
CLARK BISSELL, 


a 
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1,050 
1,050 
1,050 
1 ,050 


Reporter. 
THOMAS DAY, 


a 


0,350 



Superior Court. 
Allotment of Judges for 1830-81. 

Summer Circuit. 
HOSMER, Hartford and New-Haven. 
PETERS, Middlesex and Tolland. 
DAGGETT, New-London and Fairfield. 
WILLIAMS, Windham. 
BISSELL, Litchfield. 

. Winter Circuit. 

HOSMER, Fairfield. 
PETERS, Hartford. 
DAGGETT, Middlesex and Windham. 
WILLIAMS, Litchfield and Tolland. 
BISSELL, New-Haven and New-London. 
4* 



42 Judiciary. 

County Courts. 

The Judges are appointed annually by the Legislature. Pay 
of the Chief Judge, $3 50, and of the Associate Judges, 
f 3 per day, during the session of the Court, and 9 cents per 
mile travel. 

Hartford County. 

Thomas Day, Chief Judge. 

Lorrain T. Pease, Joel Holcomb, Associate Judges. 

Thomas Chester, Clerk, Treasurer, and Clerk of 

Superior Court. 

New-Haven County. 

Noyes Darling-, Chief Judge. 

William Hinman, Jared Bassett, Associate Judges. 

Joseph Darling, Treasurer. 

John Beach, Clerk, and Clerk of Superior Court. 

New-London County. 

William P. Cleaveland, Chief Judge. 

William Randall, Alexander Stewart, Asso. Judges. 

Joseph Williams, Treasurer. 

Charles Lathrop, Clerk, and Clerk of Sup. Court. 

Fairfield County. 

John Q. Wilson, Chief Judge. 

Benjamin Isaacs, Jedediah Graves, Asso. Judges. 

Jeremiah Sturges, Treasurer. 

Thos, B. Osborne, Clerk, and Clerk of Sup. Court. 

Windham County. 

Joseph Eaton, Chief Judge. 

Vine Robinson, John Dunlap, Associate Judges. 

Vine Robinson, Treasurer. 

D. C. Bolles, Clerk, and Clerk of Superior Court. 

Armin Bolles, Assistant do. do. 



Judiciary— Commissioners. 43 

Litchfield County. 

Augustus Pettibone, Chief Judge. 

Win. M. Burrall, Morris Woodruff, Asso. Judges. 

Abel Callin, 2d. Treasurer. 

F. Wolcolt, Clerk, and Clerk of Superior Court. 

Origen S. Seymour, Assistant do. do. 

Middlesex County. 

Ely Warner, Chief Judge. 

Franklin G. Comstock, Geo. Carter, Asso. Judges. 

John Fisk, Clerk, Treasurer, and Clerk of Supe#iqj; 

Court. 

Wm. H. Fisk, Assistant do. do. 

Tolland County. 

Asa Willey, Chief Judge. 

I. W. Crawford, Eliphalet Young, Associate Judges, 

— ! ; Treasurer. 

Jeremiah Parish, Clerk. 
Elisha Stearns, Clerk of Superior Court. 



COMMISSIONERS, 

Appointed by the Governor of this State, for the purpose of 
receiving the Acknowledgment of Deeds Sfc. in the seve- 
ral States, in lohich they reside. 

Names. Residence. 

Francis Brinley, jr. Boston, Mass. 

John R. Richmond, Bristol, R. 1. 

Wm. H. Maxwell, Ecfrvin Burr, City of New York. 

Bradford R. Wood, Albany, N. Y. 

John J. Hinman, Utica, N. Y. 

George Hebb, Baltimore, Md. 

Gurdon Deming, Fayetteville, N. C. 

Charles S. Henry, Savannah, Geo. 

Ebenezer Jessup, Huron Co. Ohio. 

William L. Perkins, Painsville, Ohio. 

Hugh Peters, * Cincinnati, Ohio. 

John M. Sterling, Cleaveland, Ohio. 

John Slidell, New Orleans, Lou. 

Joseph Watson, District, of Colombia. 



44 Judges of Probate. 

COURTS OF PROBATE. 

The Judges appointed annually by the Legislature — pay, fees 
of office. 



Districts. 



Ashford 

Berlin 

Bristol 

Chatham 

Cheshire, 

Banbury 

E. Haddam 

E. Windsor 

Ellington 

Fai|feld 

J^rmington 

Granby 

Guilford 

Hartford 

Haddam 

Hebron 

Killingly 

Lebanon 

Litchfield 

Lyme 

Middletown 

N. Hartford 

N. Haven 

N. London 

N. Milford 

Newtown 

Norfolk 

Nor walk 

Norwich 

Plainfield 

Pomfret 

Saybrook 

Sharon 

Simsbury 

Southington 

Stafford 

Stamford 

Stonington 

Stratford 

Suffieid 

Tolland 

Voluntown 

Wallingford 

Waterbury 

Windham 

Woodbury 



Judges. 



Ichabod Jbuikley 
Ira E. Smith 
Jared W. Pardee 
Franklin G. Comstock 
Silas Hitchcock 
Reuben Booth 
Benjamin Trumbull 
Lorrain T. Pease 
Asa Willey 
David Hill 
Noadiah Woodruff 
Joab Griffin, 
Reuben Elliott 
James Dodd 
Charles Arnold 
John S. Peters 
Thomas Backus, jr. 
Denison Wattles 
Frederick Wolcott 
Joel Loomis 
John Alsop 
Isaac Kellogg 
Charles A. Ingersoll 
John P. Trott 
Jehiel Williams 
Samuel C. Blackman 
Michael F. Mills 
Benjamin Isaacs 
John Hyde 
Joseph Eaton 
John Nichols 
Samuel Ingham 
Samuel Church 
John O. Pettibone 
Romeo Lowrey 
Rodolphus Wood worth 
Charles Hawley 
Wm. Williams, Groton 
Fitch Wheeler 
Luther Loomis 
Jeremiah Parish 
Sterry Kinne 
John D. Reynolds 
Joel Hinman 
C. F. Cleaveland 
Charles B. Phelps 



Clerks. 



Tracy Peck 

John A. Foote 
S. H. Phillips 
B. M. Trumbull 

Moses B. Bull 
David Hill, jr. 
Lemuel Whitman 
Joshua R. Jewett 
George Griswold 
Charles Bull 
Ely Warner 
Cyrus Mann 

E. Huntington 
J. W. Huntington 

John Fisk 

Anthony P. Sanford 
E. R. Warren 
Nathaniel Perrv 



Thaddeus Betts 
Burr ill Lathrop 
J. Gordon 
T. M. Grosvenor 

JCewis L. Peet * 



S. Lockwood, jr. 
George Hubbard 

Joseph Pease 
Joseph Howard 



C. D. Kingsbury 



Court Sessions. 4J 

SESSIONS OF COURTS. 

Sessions or the United States Courts i* 
Connecticut. 



Circuit Court. 
At Hartfor.d, September 17th. [CT When the 17th 

happens on Sunday, the session commences the 

Monday following-. J 
At New-Haven, last Wednesday in April. 

District Court. 
At Hartford, 4th Tuesday in May, and 4th Tuesday 

in November. 
At New-Haven, 4th Tuesday in February, and 4th 

Tuesday in August. 



Sessions of the Supreme Court of Errors, and 
Superior & County Courts, of Connecticut. 

Supreme Court of Errors. 

Hartford County, 2d Tuesday in June. 

New-Haven do. The Tuesday following" the 4th 
Tuesday in June. 

New-London do. 3d Tuesday in July at New- 
London, in 1831 ; (alternately at New-London and 
•Norwich.) 

Fairfield do. 4th Tuesday in June, at Fairfield. 

Windham do. 4th Tuesday in July, at Brooklyn. 

Litchfield do. 3d Tuesda)^ in June. 

Middlesex do. 2d Tuesday in July, at Haddam. 

Tolland do. The Tuesday following the 4th Tues- 
day in July. 

Superior Court. 

Hartford County, 2d Tuesday in February, and 4th 
Tuesday in September. 

New-Haven do. 3d Tuesday in January, and 4th 
Tuesday in August. 

New-London do. 3d Tuesday in March, at Nor- 
wich, and 2d Tuesday in September, at New- 
London. 



46 Court Sessions. 

Fairfield do. 4th Tuesday in September, atDanbu- 
ry, and last Tuesday in December, at Fairfield. 

Windham do. At Brooklyn, 1st Tuesday in Oc- 
tober, and 4th Tuesday in January. 

Litchfield do. 3d Tuesday in February, and 3d 
Tuesday in August. 

Middlesex do. 4th Tuesday in February, at Mid- 
dletown, and 4th Tuesday in August, at Haddam. 

Tolland do. 3d Tuesday in April, and 3d Tues- 
day in October. 

County Courts. 

Hartford County, 4th Tuesday in March, 2d Tues- 
day in August, and 2'd Tuesday in November. 

New-Haven do. 3d Tuesday in March, 4th Tues- 
day in June, and 4th Tuesday in November. 

New-London do. 2d Tuesday in June. .Norwich, 
2d Tuesday in November, and alternately at Nor- 
wich and New London, on the 2d Tuesday of Feb- 
ruary, of each year, beginning at Norwich, 1830. 

Fairfield do. 2d Tuesday in February, at Danbury. 
(This term alternately at Danbury and Fairfield.) 
3d Tuesday in April, at Fairfield; 3d Tuesday in 
November, at Danbury. 

Windham do. AtBroooklyn, 2d Tuesday in Au^ 
gust, 2d Tuesday in December, and 1st Tuesday _ 
in March. 

Litchfield do. 1st Tuesday in April, 4th Tuesday 
in September, and 3d Tuesday in December. 

Middlesex do. On the Tuesday following the 1st 
Monday in April, at Haddam ; on the 3d Tuesday 
in October, at Middletown. 

Tolland do. 4th Tuesday in August, 4th Tuesday 
in December, and 4th Tuesday in March. 



Justices of Peace. 47 

JUSTICES OF PEACE. 

Appointed annually by the Legislature — Pay, fees of office. 

Hartford County. 

Hartford — John T. Peters, John Russ, Thomas 
Day, Joseph Trumbull, Henry Seymour, Nathan 
Johnson, John M. Niles, Charles Sigourney, Isaac 
Toucey, Cyprian Nichols, Gaius Lyman, Jeremiah 
Brown, Thomas K. Brace, Henry L« Ellsworth, 
Enoch Parsons, Samuel H. Huntingdon, William 
Whitman, Henry Mix, Isaac Perkins, Charles 
Shcpard, Joseph Pratt, Caleb -Pond, Asa Child, 
Daniel Buck, William Hayden, Solomon Por- 
ter. 

Avon — George Norton, Amasa Woodford, Zerah 
Woodford. 

Berlin— Samuel Hart, Luther Beckley, Daniel 
Dunbar, Ira E. Smith, Norman Winchel, Benjamin 
Wilcox, Theron Osborn, William Smith, Samuel 
Kelsey, Levi Barnes, Freedom Hart. 

Bristol — Joel Truesdale, Jared W. Pardee, 
Charles G. Ives, Tracy Peck. 

Burlington — William Marks, Willard Hitchcock, 
Simeon Hart, Aaron Hitchcock, Darius F. Butler. 

Ccinton — Benjamin. Weed, jr. Decius Humphreys, 
Luther Higley, Isaac Mills, Ephraim Mills, Harvey 
Case. ( 

East-Hartford — Lemuel White, Ozias Williams, 
Daniel Easton, Selah Webster, Ozias Roberts, 
Samuel Brewer, Isaac Lester, William Bigelow, 
Giles Olmsted. 

East-Windsor — Jonathan Bartlett, Timothy 
Ellsworth, Eli B. Haskell, Daniel Hayden, Horace 
Barber, John Watson, William Barnes, Samuel 
Mills, Ebenezer Gibbs, Selah B. Treat, Reuben 
Olcott, William Foster. 

Enfield — Lorrain T. Pease, Jabez Collins, Geer 
Terry, John C. Pease, Henry Kingsbury, William 
Dixon, Ephraim P. Prudden. 

Farmington — Timothy Pitkin, Lemuel Whitman, 
Noadiah Woodruff, George Cowles, Horace Cowles. 
Edward Hooker, Egbert Cowles. 



48 Justices of Peace. 

Glastenbury — Pardon Brown, David E. Hubbard, 
Jeremiah Stocking, Jonathan Welles, Gideon 
Welles, George Covil; Henry Dayton, George Hale. 

Granby — Joab Griffin, Joel Holcomb, Daniel 
Benjamin,- Daniel B. Holcomb, Horace Clark, 
James Forward, Hiram R. Pettibone, Alexander 
Holcomb, Joseph Cornish, jr. Nathaniel Pratt, 
Anson Bates, Abner Case, Charles T. Hillyer. 

Hartland— Nathaniel Bosworth, Jared Newel, 
Ezra Doolittle, Eli Wilder, Willys Weight, Asa 
Bushnell, Phelps Humphreys. 

Manchester — Ephraim Wyllis, Joseph Noyes, 
John Mather, William" Cooley, George W. Cheney. 

Marlborough — Joel" Foot, Elisha Buell, Samuel 
F. Jones, Oliver Phelps. 

Simsbury — William Mather, Elisha Phelps, Asaph 
Tuller, J. O. Pettibone, James Cornish, Dudley 
Humphreys, Joseph Pinney, Lewis Dickinson, 
Zelotes Phelps, Ambrose Adams, William Mitchel- 
son, Frederick W. Jewett, M. Ensign. 

Southington — Theodore Byington,Romoe Lowrey, 
Roger Whittlesey, Asahel Newell, John Wightman. 

Sxiffield — William Gay, Oliver Pease, Martin 
Sheldon, Andrew Denison, William C. Gay, Sam- 
uel Norris, John Y. Parsons. 

W ether sjield— Henry Bulkley, James L. Belden, 
Joseph Hale, Stephen Willard, Martin Kellogg, 
Elijah Keach, Elias Francis, Archibald Bobbins, 
Martin Robbins, Ebenezer Goodale, Robert Francis, 
William Robbins, 2d. 

Windsor— Richard Niles, James Loomis, Oliver 
Thrall, Elisha N. Sill, Henry Sill, Hurlehigh. Has- 
kell, Benjamin Harger, Hiram Roberts, Oliver 
Filley. 

New-Haven County. 

New-Haven— Nathan Smith, J. Hunt, 2d, William 
Mix, William W. Boardman, Dennis Kimberley, A. 
P. Sanford, C. A. Ingersoll, E. Seeley, Joseph N. 
Clarke, William Buddington, C. Kingsbury,, Ransom 
Burritt, Samuel Wadsworth, John Babcock, Wm. H. 
Ellis, John Durrie, Daniel Brown,2d. John S. Mitch- 
ell, L. Bishop, Charles Chapman. 






Justices of Peace. 49 

Branford — B. Page, J. Frisbie, II. Tainter, C» 
Barker, Asa Norton, S. P. Russell, William Tyler. 

Cheshire— B. Beach, R. W. Roys, J. A. Foot,B. 
Ives, Silas Hitchcock, James Beach, Titus L. Gay- 
lord, Birdsey Booth, Alfred Doolittle. 

Derby — P. Bassett, Russell Hitchcock, J. French, 
J. T. Wheeler, B. Lum, W. Humphreys, Sheldon 
Curtis, Sheldon Smith. 

East- Haven— De Grasse Maltby, Bela Farnham, 
Wyllys Hemingway. 

&iiilford—D. S. Fowler, R. Elliott, T. Stone, W. 
Spencer, William Todd, H. Elliott, S. Fowler, Abel 
Rossiter, George Griswold, Samuel Elliott, Richard 
Fowler. 

Hamden—R. Pierpot, H. J. Warner, J. Bassett, 
Ambrose Tuttle, Alfred Bassett. 

Madison— F. Lee, J. F. Meigs, W. Blachley, N. 
Hopson, Reynold Webb, Jesse Crampton, Zebulon 
Hale, Josiah Cowan, 2d. 

Meriden — Benajah Andrews, W. Yale, T. Ives, 
Asahel Merriam, Noah Pomeroy, Ashbel Griswold. 

J)Iiddlebury—N. Richardson, James D. Wooster, 
Leonard Bronson. 

Milford—J. Clark, A. Carrington, S. B. Gunn, 
Andrew French, William Durand, jr. 

North- Haven— Justus Bishop, Daniel Pierpont, 
Jacob Bassett, Jesse Brocket, Isaac Stiles. 

Orange — I. A. Woodruff, J. F. Merwin, S. John- 
son, L.Prindle, N. Kimberley, A. Smith. 

Oxford— L. Candee, S. Meigs, N. Stone, S. Wire, 
Wait Bassett, Sheldon Clark. 

Prospect — Samuel Peck, A. Smith, Alvin Hoppia. 
Lauren Preston. 

Southbury — William Hinman, John Moseley, G. 
Judson, J. Pierce, Ebenezer Johnson, D. Bradley, 
E. Hinman, Elliott Beardsley, Benjamin B. Osborn, 
Charles Edmund. 

Wallingford — Amos Dutton, Caleb Cook, Hunii 
Munson, Malachi Cook, Ira Yale, William Marks, 
John D. Reynolds, J. Carrington, Lyman Miller, 
Russell Hall, L. Carrington. 

Waterbury — J. Kingsbury, A. Scott, Elias Ford, 
T. Porter, Joel Hinman, El'isha S. Abernethv, Dan- 
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50 Justices of Peace. 

iel Steel, jr., A. Sperry, R. S. Hinman, Letsom 
Turrel, Josiah Culver. 

Woodbridge — Ezra Kimberley, Archibald A. Per- 
kins, Adonijah French, Noj-es Darling, John Lyndes, 
Truman Hotchkiss, Robert Clark, Mark Sperry, 
John INorthrop. 

Wolcott — Archibald Miner, Orrin Plum, David 
Frisbie. 

New-London County. 

New-London — Jacob B. Gurley, Coddington Bil- 
ling's, Thomas Mussey, Anson Smith, Samuel Green, 
Wm. F. Brainard, John P. Trott, Oliver Champlin. 

Norwich — James Lanman, Joseph Williams, Jas. 
Stedman, Benjamin Snow, John Hyde, Eleazer 
Rogers, George Hill, Roswell Morgan, Eber Backus, 
Isaac Story, Asa Roath, Lewis Hyde, J. H. Towns- 
end, John A. Rockwell, Erastus Coit, Henry Strong-, 
Elisha Tracy, Jesse Fuller, W. H. Law, PelegHunt. 

JBozrah— Gardner Avery, William Whiting, Ezra 
Lathrop, Elijah Huntington, William Kelley. 

Colchester — Benj. Trumbull, Samuel A. Peters, 
Zechariah Olmsted, John Bigelow, Artemas Wor- 
thington, Avery Morgan, Amherst D. Scovill, Am- 
ariah Brainard, Merrit Bradford, Samuel Kellogg. 

Franklin — Darius Frink, Comfort D. Fillmore, 
Alvan Abel, Henry Hazen, Joseph Kingsley, Ben- 
jamin S. Hastings. 

Griswold — Welcome A. Browning, Alex. Stewart, 
Elisha Partridge, Nathan Stanton, Thomas Stewart, 
John W. Fanning, Samuel C. Morgan. 

Groton- — Ebenezer Avery, Ralph Hurlbut, John 
O. Miner, Amos A. Niles, Roswell Fisk, Caleb Ave- 
ry, John Brewster, John Spicer, William Williams, 
Rodman Niles, Palmer Hewitt, Nathan Daboll, Jo- 
seph Durfey, William Williams, 2d. Erastus T. j 
Smith, James Geere. 

Lebanon — William T. Williams, Peleg Thomas, jr. 
Thomas Babcock, Charles Abel, Denison Wattles, 
Elisha Waterman, Caleb Hay ward, Asel Dewey, 
Timothy Williams. 

Lisbon — Joseph L. Lyon, Charles Bushnell, Rus- 
sell Rose, John Gray. 

Lyme — Moses Warren, Ebenezer Brockway, 



Justices of Peace. 51 

Samuel B. Mather, Joel Loomis, Peter Comstock, 
Joseph Chadwick, Henry M. Waite, Ezra Pratt, 
Thomas VV. Strickland, Joshua R. Warren, Rich- 
ard E. Selden, jr. John S. Rogers, Charles Griswold, 
William Noyes,jr. Charles J. McCurdy, Peter 
Lord, Zebulon Brockway, jr. Oliver Coates, Joseph 
Strickland. 

Montville — Nathaniel Bradford, Stephen G. 
Thatcher, Hazard Browning-, Sherwood Raymond, 
Thomas Fitch, William Raymond, Caleb Lyon, 
Giles Turner, Samuel Hillhouse,jr. Nicholas Bishop. 

North- Stonington — Sands Cole, Chester Smith, 
Benjamin Pomeroy, John Langworthy, Perez Hew- 
itt, Dayid Coates, Latham Hull, Stephen Main, 
Thomas Browning, Philip Gray, Elias Hewitt, Amos 
Hull. 

Preston — Stephen Meech, Walter Palmer, Rob- 
ert S. Avery, Elisha Brewster, Charles Meech, 
Henry Palmer, Elisha Crary, George Giddings. 

Salem — Shubael Parks, Vine Stoddard, Henry 
Perkins, Ebenezer A. Packer, Richard Tiffany, 
David Patten, John C. Daniels. 

Stonington — William Randall, William Robinson, 
Joseph Noyes, Elias Brown, Gurdon Trumbull, Asa 
Fisk, Elisha Faxon, jr. Samuel F. Denison, John 
Davis, Stephen Babcock, Henry Harding. 

Waterford — Griswold Avery, Jonathan Comstock, 
Edward R. Warren, James Rogers, Gurdon T. 
Chappel. 

Fairfield County. 

Fairfield— David Hill, Hull Bradley, John Hull, 
Jeremiah Sturges, Eliphalet Swift, Thomas B. Os- 
borne, Jesup Banks, Obadiah Beardslee, John Q. 
Wilson, G. Wakeham, J. S. Wilson, A. D. Baldwin, 
Walter Thorp, Ebenezer Jessup, John Staples, Pe- 
ter Wyncoop. 

Danbury — Nathan Seeley, David Foot, Reuben 
Booth, Russel Hoyt, John S. Blackman, Oliver 
Shepard, Zadock Stevens, Edward Taylor, Ebene- 
zer Hickok, Sturges Sellick, Thomas T. Whittle- 
sey, Phinehas Taylor, Peter Barnum, Daniel B, 
Cooke. 



52 Justices of Peace. 

Bridgeport — Isaac Sherman, David Nichols, Philip 
A. Cannon, Fitch Wheeler, Mark Moore, Alanson 
Hamlin, Benjamin S. Smith, Joseph Backus, Willis 
S til man. 

Brookfield—¥A\ Rug-g-les, Zera S. A. Peck, Wait 
S. Northrop, Bryant Smith, John B. Sanford, Zal- 
mon Goodsell, Heman Birch. 

Darien — John Weed, jr. Jonathan Bates, Abra- 
ham Clock, Holley Bell, Joseph Weed. 

Greenwich— Gilbert Close, Joshua Ferris, Ard 
Reynolds, Samuel Close, John J. Tracy, James 
Smith. 

Huntington— Hezekiah Marks, Donald Judson, 
Joseph Shelton, Christopher N. Shelton, Lemuel 
Beardslee, Daniel Bennett. 

Monroe — Abel French, Samuel Wheeler, Cyrus 
H. Beardslee, Agur Lewis, Stephen Middlebrook, 
Charles Curtis, Lyman Wakelee, Truman Peck. 

New-Canaan — Samuel Raymond, Jonathan B. 
Benedict, Watts Comstock. 

New- Fairfield — David Lane, Jabez Treadwell, 
David Barnum, Jesse Scudder. 

Newtown — Samuel C. Blackman, Benjamin Hard, 
Zachariah Clark, jr. Jacob Beers, Adoniram Fair- 
child, Lamson Birch, Daniel Blackman, Henry 
Dutton, David H. Belden, James B. Fairman, Geo. 
Bradley. 

Norwalk — Henry Belden, Benjamin Isaacs, Clark 
Bissell, Thaddeus Betts, Seth Taylor, Samuel B.. 
Warren, Stephen B. St. John, Charles W. Taylor, 
William St. John, David Roberts, Timothy T. 
Merwin. 

Reading — Gershom Sherwood, William Sanford, 
Jonathan "Meeker, Aaron Sanford, jr. Ebenezer Hill, 
Jonathan R. Sanford. 

Ridgefield — Samuel Stebbins, Jesse S. Bradley, 
Bradley Hull, Lot Forester, Harvey Smith, Elias 
Rirchard, Thaddeus Keeler, 2d. 

Stamfoi'd — Simeon H. Miner, Daniel Lockwood, 
Charles Hawley, Theodore Davenport, Jotham 
Hoyt, Smith R. Sibley, David Hoyt, Seymour Jar- 
vis, Joshua B. Ferris, Gould Raymond. 

Stratford— Daniel Judson, David Brooks, Elijah 



Justices of Peace. 53 

Booth, Josiah Gorham, David B. Brooks, Stephen 
Booth, Robert Fairbhild, Isaac G. Booth, Hunting- 
ton Tomlinson, Abner Judson. 

S Herman — Eli Beardslee, James A Gid lings, Le- 
vi Northrop, Abraham Briggs, Philo S. Woodin. 

Trumbull — Elijah Middle brooks, David Havvley, 
Daniel Wakelee, Samuel Beardslee, Eiihu Beach, 
David Beach, Ali Brinsmade, Elam Hawley. 

Weston — Stephen Wheeler, Isaac Bennett, Sim- 
eon Fanton, Oliver C. Sanford, Walker Sherwood, 
Peter Silliman, Ward Nichols, Calvin Wheeler, jr. 
Harvey Hubbell. 

Wilton — Erastus Sturges, Hawley Olmsted, 
George Mead, James T. Chapman, Samuel Scott* 

Windham County. 

Brooklyn — Vine Robinson, Samuel Scarborough, 
Elisha Adams, Adams White, jr. Uriel duller, Jona- 
than A. Welch, John Parish, Armin Bolles, Daniel 
P. Tyler. 

Ashford — Thomas Dow, Nathan Hayward, Levi 
W r ork, Michael Richmond, Daniel Knowlton, Amasa 
Lyon, Edward S. Keyes, Elisha Byles, Ichabod Bulk- 
ley, Andrew Huntington, Calvin Whitne} T . 

Canterbury — Andrew T. Judson, Peter Morse, 
Rufus Johnson, jr., Samuel L. Hough, Walter Wil- 
liams, Rufus Adams, Asahel Bacon, Chester Lyon, 
Daniel Frost, jr., Comfort S. Hyde, Daniel Paclier, 
Solomon Paine, David Walden. 

Chaplin — Origen Bennett, John Ross, John Clark, 
Luther Ripley, William Martin. 

Hampton — Charles Moulton, C. F. Cleaveland, 
Jonathan Clark, Roger Taintor, Ebenezer Burn- 
ham, Eben. Griffin, Philip Pearl, jr. John Tweedy. 

Killingly — Ebenezer Young, Penuel Hutchins, 
Luther Warren, Arba Covil, David Chase, John 
Dixon, Thomas Durfey, Thomas Backus, jr., Wm. 
Alexander, Daniel Brown, George Warren, Joseph 
Adams, jr., Alexander Thompson. 

Plainfield — Joseph Eaton, James Gordon, John 
Dunlap, Sessions Lester, Francis B. Johnson, Geo, 
Middleton, Jonathan Goff, Daniel Wheeler, Erastus 
Lester, Benjamin Bacon. 
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54 Justices of Peace, 

Porn/ret — Ephraim Ing-alls, John Holbrook, Geo. 
Sharpe, Thomas M. Grosvenor, Job Williams, Wil- 
liam James, Chauncey Fenton, Simeon S. Park- 
hurst, Benjamin Dow, J. J. Fuller, H. Gallup. 

Sterling— Calvin Hibbard, Azel Cole. 

Thompson — George Earned, Simon Davis, Jona- 
than Nichols, John Nichols, Stephen Holmes, John 
Bates, jr., Talcott Crosby, Faxon Nichols, Jesse 
Ormsbee. 

Voluntown — Sterry Kinne, Daniel Keig-win, Mi- 
ner Bobbins, Joseph Wiley. 

Windham — Samuel Perkins, John Baldwin, Jona- 
than Devotion, Abner Robinson, Edwards Clarke, 
Henry Hunting-ton, Thomas Gray, George S. Catlin, 
Stoel Lincoln, Stephen Hosmer, Joel W. White, 
Benjamin Webb, Henry Hall. 

Woodstock — John M'Clellan, Ebenezer Stoddard, 
John Paine, William Bowen, Abraham W. Paine, 
Luther Rawson, Penuel Corbin, Jonathan May, 
Wheeler Phillips, John F. Williams. 

Litchfield County. 

Litchfield — Fi^ederick Wolcott, Asa Bacon, Levi 
Catlin, Morris W r oodruff, Seth P. Beers, Jabez W. 
Huntington, Jonathan Buel, Elihu Harrison, Enos 
Stoddard, David C. Sanford, Hugh P. W r elch, Tru- 
man Smith, Joseph Birg-e, Joseph Adams, Qrigen S. 
Seymour, Asa Hopkins, Phineas Miner, Truman 
Kilbourn. 

I.iarkhamsted — John Merrill, Amos Beecher, 
Samuel Munson, Lester Loomis, Anson Wheeler, 
Jesse Ives, Matthew Allyn, Georg-e Merrill. 

Bethlem — Nathan Burton, jr., Conant Catlin, Jo- 
seph H. Bellamy, James Allen, David Bird. 

Canaan — William M. Burrall, Joshua Cornwall, 
James Fenn, William Hollibird, Leman Church, 
Reuben Hunt, Moses Benedict, Marvin Tanner, 
William C. Sterling-. 

Colebrook — Reuben Rockwell, Seth Marshall, 
Lancelot Phelps, Samuel Whitford. 

Cornvmll — Oliver Burnham, Georg-e Wheaton, 
Samuel Ho*pkins, Peter Bierce, John A. Sedgwick, 
Philo Kellog-g, James Wadsworth. 



Justices of Peace. 35 

Goshen — Truman Starr, Erastus Lyman, Augus- 
tus Miles, Theron Beach, Eber Bailey, Samuel 
Chapin, Birdseye Baldwin. 

Harwinton — Noah Welton, Benajah Ilayden, Ja- 
cob O. Callin, Gaylord Wells, Marvin Griswold, 
Uriah Hopkins. 

Kent— Nathaniel P. Perry, John Mills, John H. 
Swift, Nathan Slossvin, Birdseye Beardslee, Garrit 
Winegar, Alphcus Fuller, Lewis Mills, Frederick 
Chittenden. 

New Hartford — Asa Goodwin, Andrew Aberne- 
thy, Roger Mills, William G. Williams, Isaac Kel- 
logg. 

New Milford — David S. Boardman, Joel Sanford, 
Homer Boardman, Eli Todd, Stephen Crane, Perry 
Smith, Ezra Noble, Eldad C. Jackson, Nathan Gay- 
lord, Dunning Babbit, Benjamin B. Soule, Orange 
Merwin, Levi Morris, Nathaniel Perry. 

Norfolk — Augustus Pettibone, Michael F. Mills, 
Joseph Riggs, Edmund Brown, Bushnell Knapp. 
Joseph Battell, Amos Pettibone. 

Plymouth — Calvin Butler, Thomas Mitchel, 
Chauucey Warner, Ransom Blakesley. 

Iloxbury — Josiah R. Eastman, Royal R. Hinman, 
Stephen Sanford, James Trowbridge, Willam Pierce, 
Isaac Leavenworth. 

Salisbury — Lot Norton, Martin Strong, Samuel 
Church, Eliphalet Whittlesey, Newman Holley, John 
G. Mitchel, Elisha Sterling, Philander Wheeler. 

Sharon — Samuel E. Everett, Cyrus; Swan, Ansel 
Sterling, Samuel R. Gager, Benoni Peck, Samael 
Roberts. Horatio Smith, Stephen Heath, Israel 
Camp, Leman Bradley, Charles F. Sedgwick, Ol- 
iver Kellogg, jr. Jacob Chamberlain, Ebenezer 
Blackman. 

Torrington — William Battell, Erastus Hodges, 
Roswell C. Abernethy, Griswold Woodward, Levi 
Munsel, Barzillai Hudson, Demas Coe. 

Warren — Stephen Strong, Sherman Hartwell, 
Georg-e Starr. 

Washington— Daniel B. Brinsmade, Curtis Hic- 
ock, Youngs Elliot, Ensign Bushnell, Alvin Brown, 
Frederick J. Fenn. 



56 Justices of Peace. 

Watertown — John Buckingham, Holbrook Curtis, 
James Skilton, Benjamin De Forest. 

Winchester — Joseph Miller, James Beebe, Luman 
Wakefield, Isaac Bronson, Truman S. Wetemore, 
William S. Flollibird, Jonathan Coe, John Boyd. 

Woodbury — Charles B. Phelps, Jesse Miner, 
Matthew Miner, jr. Elijah Sherman, jr. Leman 
Sherman, Gideon B. Botsford, John Strong-, jr. 
Treat Camp. 

Middlesex County. 

Middletown — Stephen T. Hosmer, Josiah Savage, 
Daniel J. Griswold, Josiah Sage, George W. Stan- 
ley, Elisha Treat, Augustus Cook, Hezekiah Rice, 
Daniel Burrows, William L. Storrs, Abiel A. Loo- 
mis, Elisha Coe, Eli Wilcox, jr. Isaac Webb, Josh- 
ua Stow, Samuel Cooper, Jonathan Barnes, Jedediah 
Wilcox, Lancelot C. Bradley, William Bull. 

Haddam — Samuel Arnold, Jonathan Usher, Ch's. 
Arnold, Ely Warner, Smith Clark, Russel Shailer, 
Hezekiah Scovill, Elias Selden, Simeon Hazleton, 
Liman E. Burr, James Brainard. 

Chatham — Samuel Hall, Philip Sage, Ira Lee, 
Franklin G. Comstock, Guy Cooper, Diodate D. 
West, Daniel Penfield, Horace Foot, Noah Brooks, 
Nathaniel C. Smith, Abel Lewis, Amasa Carrier. 

Durham — W. G. Chauncey, Asahel Strong, Sam- 
uel Tibbals, John White, Lemuel Camp, Timothy 
Coe. 

East-Haddam — Josiah Griffin, Isaac Chapman, 
Isaac Chester, Russell Dutton, Oliver Green, Aaron 
C. Palmer, Thomas C. Boardman, Ozias Holmes, 
Azel Utley, Brainard Cone, William Palmer. 

Killingworth — Jared Elliot, William Carter, Aus- 
tin Olcott, Jedediah Harris, Benjamin Hurd, David 
Griswold, George Carter, Jeremiah Hull, John Stan- 
ton, Elisha Kelsey, David Wright, Leonard Davis, 
David P. Kelsey, David Dibbell. 

Saybrook — William Lynde, Rufus Clarke, Clark 
Nott, Joel Pratt, Jedediah Post, Samuel Carter,- 
Gurdon Smith, George Pratt, George Read, Samu- 
el Ingham, Joshua L'Hommedieu, Ezra S. Mather, 
Alanson Redfield. 



Justices of Peace. 57 

Tolland County. 

Tolland— Calvin Willey, Eliphalet Young, Jere- 
miah Paiish, George M. Hyde, Klisha Stearns, Lo- 

rin !\ Waldo, John Warren, Carlos Chapjpan. 

Bolton — Jabez L. White, Daniel W. Badger, No- 
ah Strong, Saul Alvord, jr. Jabez L. White, jr. 

Columbia — Samuel Little, Gcrshom Dorrance. 
Amherst Scovill, Silas Fuller, Asahel Clark. 

Coventry — Cephas Brigham, Zelotcs Long, Levi 
Svvcetland, Daniel White, Calvin Manning, Chaun- 
cey Burgess, Don F. Brigham. 

Ellington — Asa Willey, Robert Hyde, Benjamin 
Pinney, Oliver W. Steele. 

Hebron — John S. Peters, AbncrHendee, William 
Brown, Levi Waldo, Judah Porter, Ralph Gilbert, 
Joseph White, Peyton R. Gilbert, Leonard Hendee. 

Mansfield— -John Salter, Seth Dunham, David 
Conant, Luther Kingsley, John Fitch, Zalmon 
Storrs. 

Somers — Horatio A. Hamilton, Walter R. Kibbe, 
Ichabod Mudge, Oliver Chapin, 2d. 

Stafford — Benning Mann, Rhodolphus Wood- 
work, Nathan Bartlett, Amos Harvey, Nathaniel 
Sibley, Zina Winter, Isaac F. Cady,Rufus Leonard. 

Union— Ingoldsby W. Crawford, Luther Craw- 
ford, Augustus Moore. 

Vernon— Francis McLean, Lebbeus P. Tinker, 
O. H. King. 

Willington — Daniel Glazier, J. J. Moulton, O. 
Holt, Origin Dimock. 

SURVEYORS. 

George Gillet, Surveyor General, Hebron. 
Deputy Surveyors. 

Names. . Counties. Residence. 

Daniel St. John, Hartford County, Hartford. 

Noyes Darling, New-Haven Co. Woodbridgc. 

Moses Warren, New-London Co. Lyme. 

Benjamin Hoyt, Fairfield Co. Danbury. 

Jonathan Nichols, Windham Co. Thompson. 

William M. Burrall, Litchfield Co. Canaan. 

Edwin F. Johnson, Middlesex Co. Middletown. 



58 Notaries Public. 

NOTARIES PUBLIC. 

Hartford — Hezekiah Huntington, Walter Mitchell, John 
M. Gannett, Joseph Trumbull, Isaac Perkins, Henry L. Ells- 
worth, JNathan Johnson, Samuel H. Parsons, Samuel H. Hun- 
tington, Alfred Terry, Asa Child. 

Berlin — Daniel Dunbar. 

Granby — Anson bates. 

Windsor — Samuel Woodruff, James Loomis. 

New-Haven — Dyer White, Leonard A. Daggett, C. A. In- 
gersoll, Sherman Croswell, John M. Edwards. 

Cheshire — Burrage Beach. 

Derby — JohnL. Tomlinson. 

Guilford— William Todd. 

New-London — Lyman Law, Ebenezer Learned, W. F. 
Brainard, W. P. Cleaveland, jr. E. F. Dutton. 

Norwich — James Lanman, James Stedman, Joseph Wil- 
liams, Henry Strong, .George Hill, J. A. Rockwell, W. H. 
Law. 

Colchester — Amherst D. Scovill. 

Griswold — Thomas Stuart. 

Groton — John Hudson. 

Lebanon — Wra. T. Williams. 

Lyme — Henry M. Waite, Charles Griswold. 

Stonington — Alexander G. Smith, George Hubbard, Elias 
Brown, Francis Amy. 

Waterford — Isaiah Rogers. 

Danbury — Daniel A. Cook, Russel Hoyt. 

Bridgeport — Joseph Backus, Daniel Sterling, Joseph Wood, 
Alanson Hamlin. 

Norwalk — Clark Bissell, Benjamin Isaacs, Thaddeus Betts, 
E. M. JVJ organ. 

Ridgefield— Thaddeus Keeler, 2d. 

Stamford — Charles Hawley. 

Stratford — Daniel Judson. 

Brooklyn — John Parish, Adams White, jr. 

Windham — Samuel Perkins. 

Woodstock— John McClellan. 

Litchfield — Frederick W'olcott, Seth P. Beers, David C. 
Sanford. 

New-Milford — David S. Boardman. 

Salisbury — Eiisha Sterling. 

Middletown — G. W. Stanley, Jonathan Barnes, Wm. Van 
Deursen, Abiel A. Loomis, Chauncey Whittlesey. 

Haddam — Linus Parmalee. 

East-Haddam — N. L. Foster. 

Saybrook, (Essex Borough) — Samuel Ingham. 

Tolland— Jeremiah Parish. 

) Icbron — Abner Hendee. 



Counsellors and Attorneys. 59 

COUNSELLORS AND ATTORNEYS. 

Hartford County. 

Isaac Toucev, Attorney for the State. 

Hartford — Nathaniel Terry, Hezekiah Huntington, 
Jonathan VV. Edwards, Walter Mitchell, Thomas Hunt- 
ington, jr. Isaac Perkins, Joseph Trumbull, Seth Ter- 
ry, Nathan Johnson, John M. Niles, William W. Ells- 
worth, H. L. Ellsworth, Alfred Smith, Isaac Toucey, 
Samuel H. Huntington, Thomas C. Perkins, Francis 
Parsons, Jonathan Edwards, Samuel H. Parsons, Al- 
fred Terry, Benjamin L. Raynor, William M. Holland, 
O. E. Williams, Seth P. Beers, Jared Griswold, Asa 
Child, William Hungerford, Charles M. Emerson, 
Charles Shepard, Isaac E. Crarey. 

Berlin — Daniel Dunbar, Ira E.Smith, Sheldon Moore. 

East-Windsor — William Barnes, Selah B. Treat. 

Enfield — William Dixon, Ldrrain T. Pease. 

Farmington — Timothy Pitkin, Lemuel Whitman, 
Hiram Hunt. 

Glastenbury — George Merrick. 

Granby — Grove Griswold, Silas Higley, Hiram R. 
Pettibone, Samuel H. Woodruff, Anson Bates, Chaun- 
cey P. Holcomb. 

Manchester — Ralph R. Phelps, George W. Griswold. 

Simsbury — Elisha Phelps, Frederick W. Jewett. 

Southington — Roger Whittlesey, Romeo Lowrey. 

Suffield—Wm. Gay, Seth Parsons, Wm. C. Gay. 

Wethersfield — Asher Robbins, Elijah Keach. 

Windsor — Horace H. Sill, Erastus Smith. 

New-Haven County. 
Nathan Smith, Attorney for the State. 

New-Haven — Wm. Hillhouse, Simeon Baldwin, Na- 
than Smith, Henry W. Edwards, Ralph I. Ingersoll, 
John Beach, Roger S. Baldwin, Samuel J. Hitchcock, 
Dennis Kimberly, R. S. Skinner, C. A. Ingersoll, Wm. 
W. Boardman, Ebenezer Seeley, Charles Chapman, 
George C. Goddard, Isaac H. Townsend, Sherman 
Croswell, H. E. Peck, Ammi Harrison, J. M. Edwards 

Cheshire — Burrage Beach, John A. Foote, 



60 Counsellors and Attorneys. 

Derby— John L. Tomlinson, Horace M. Shepherd. 
Guilford— William Todd. 
Meriden — Benajah Andrews. 
Milford — David B. Ingersoll. 
North Haven— Isaac Stiles. 
Southbury— Edward Hinman. 

Waterbury — Joel Hinman, E. S. Abernetby, Robin- 
eon S. Hinman. 

New -London County. 

Jacob B. Gurley, Attorney for the State. 

New-London— Lyman Law, Jacob B. Gurley, Cod- 
dington Billings, Jirah Isham, William F. Brainard 
William P. Cleaveland, jr., Thomas S. Ferkins. 

Norwich — Calvin Goddard, Joseph Williams, James 
Stedman, George Hill, Rosweil Morgan, Henry Strong, 
John A. Rockwell, George B. Ripley, Alfred Lee, Wm. 
H. Law, L. H. Goddard* 

Colchester— -Benjamin Trumbull, Samuel A. Peters, 
Amherst D. Scovill, Eliphalet A. Bulkley. 

Griswold— Samuel C. Morgan. 

Lebanon — William T. W T illiams, Denison Wattles. 

Lyme — Henry M. Waite, Charles Griswold, Charles 
J. McCurdy. 

North-Stonington— Benjamin Pomeroy. 

Stonington— George Hubbard, Alexander G. Smith, 
Elias Brown. 

Fairfield County. 

Simeon Miner, Attorney for the State. 

Fairfield—- Samuel B. Sherwood, Samuel Rowland, 
Roger M. Sherman, Eliphalet Swift, Thomas B. Os- 
borne, Daniel Wakeman. 

Danbury — Matthew B. Whittlesey, Reuben Booth, 
Thomas T. Whittlesey, Edward Taylor. 

Bridgeport— Joseph Backus, Alanson Hamlin, Jo- 
seph Wood, Fitch Wheeler, Mark Moore. 

Brookfield— Heman Birch, Bryant Smith. 

Huntington — Ira L. Ufford. 

Monroe— Cyrus H. Beardslee. 

Newtown — Samuel C. Blackmail, Henry Dutton, 
David H. Belden. 



Counsellors and Attorneys. 61 

JVorwalk — Thaddeus Betts, Cyrus H. Beardelee, Tim- 
othy T. Merwin. 

Stamford — Simeon H. Miner, Charles Hawley, John 
Bissell, jr., Joshua B. Ferris. 

Stratford — Robert Fairchild. 

Windham County. 

Andrew T. Judson, Attorney for the State. 

Brooklyn — John Parish, Jonathan A. Welch, Uriel 
Fuller, Daniel P. Tyler. 

Ashford — Ichabod Bulkley, Jared D. Richmond. 

Canterbury — Rufus Adams, Andrew T. Judson, Dan- 
iel Frost, jr. 

Hampton — Chauncey'F. Cleaveland. 

Killingly — Thomas Backus, jr. 

Plainjield— Joseph Eaton, James Gordon, Francis! 
B. Johnson. 

Pomfret — John Holbrook, Chauncey Fenton. 

Sterling — Calvin Hebbard. 

Thompson — George Larned, Simon Davis. 

Windham — Samuel Perkins, John Baldwin, Henry 
Huntington, Thomas Gray, Edwards Clarke, George 
S. Catlin. 

Woodstock — John McClellan, Ebenezer Stoddard, 
John F. Williams. 

Litchfield County. 

Samuel Church, Attorney for the State. 

Litchfield — Asa Bacon, Phineas Miner, Seth P. Beers, 
Jabez W. Huntington, Truman Smith, D. C. Sanford, 
Nathan Cooley, Origen S. Seymour, George C. Wood- 
ruff, George Gould. 

Bethlem — Joseph H. Bellamy. 

Canaan — Reuben Hunt, Leman Church, John El- 
more, jr. Wm. P. Burrall. 

Cornwall~^*George Wheaton. 

Goshen — Nelson Brewster, Birdseye Baldwin. 

Kent — Nathaniel P. Perry, Frederick A. Chittenden. 

New-Hartford — Roger Mills, Wm. G. Williams, Hi- 
ram Goodwin. 

New-Milford — David S. Boardman, Perry Smith, 
Nathaniel Perry. 

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62 Counsellors and Attorneys* 

Norfolk — Michael F. Mills. 

Plymouth— Calvin Butler, Henry A. Mitchell. 

Roxbury— Royal R. Hinman, J. Leavenworth. 

Salisbury— Samuel Church, Philander Wheeler, 
John G. Mitchell, John H. Hubbard. 

Sharon— Ansel Sterling, Cyrus Swan, Charles F» 
Sedgwick, Ebenezer Blackman, R. Smith. 

Washington— Frederick J. Fenn. 

Watertown — Holbrook Curtiss. 

Winchester— Joseph Miller, William S. Hollibird, 
John Boyd. 

Woodbury— Noah B. Benedict, Matthew Miner, jr, 
Charles B. Phelps, John Strong. 

Middlesex County. 
Samuel Ingham, Attorney for the State. 

Middletown— George W. Stanley, Elijah Hubbard, 
Chauncey Whittlesey, Wm. Van Deursen, Jonathan 
Barnes, Abiel A. Loomis, William L. Storrs, Samuel D. 
Hubbard, Isaac Webb, Stillman K. Wightman, Eben'r 
Jackson, jr., Charles C. Tyler, Thomas G. Mather. 

Haddam — Ely Warner, Linus Parmelee, Smith Clark, 

Chath am— Horace Foot. 

East-Haddam—Azel Utley, N. L. Foster. 

Killingworth—A. M. Bolles. 

Saybrook— Samuel Ingham, Stephen W. Starkey. 

Tolland County. 
John Fitch, Attorney for the State. 

Tolland — Calvin Willey, Elisha Stearns, Jeremiah 
Parish, Lorin P. Waldo. 

Bolton— Saul Alvord, jr. 

Columbia — Asahel Clarke. 

Coventry— Cephas Dunham. 

Ellington — John H. Brockway. . . 

Hebron— Amasa G. Porter. 

Mansjield— John Fitch. 

Somers— Walter R Kibbe, Aholiah Johnson. 

Stafford — Benning Mann, Rodolphus Woodworth, 
Stuart Beebe. 






Sheriffs and Deputies. 

SHERIFFS AND DEPUTIES. 

Hartford County. 
Jeremy Hoadley, Hartford, Sheriff. 
Deputy Sheriffs. 
Hartford, Horace Wadsworth ; Berlin, Norris Wil- 
cox ; Canton, Ansel Humphreys ; East-Windsor, Jesse 
Charlton ; Enfield, Gilbert Allen ; Farmington, Jame* 
H. Cowles ; Granby, Lemuel C. Holcomb ; Simsbury. 
Jeffery O. Phelps ; Windsor, Samuel Phelps ; Glasten- 
bury, Samuel Hollister. 

Chester Adams, Gaoler, 

New-Haven County. 
Charles H. Pond, Neiv-Havcn, Sheriff. 
Deputy Sheriff's. 
New-Haven, Erastus Osborn, Willis F. Colt ; Water* 
bury, Orrin Hotchkiss ; (Salem Bridge, Waterbury,) Au- 
gustus Beebe ; Meriden, Samuel Yale ; Southbury, 
William Hickok ; Oxford, N. I. Wilcoxon ; Cheshire, 
Bethuel Flagg ; Guilford, Reuben Stone ; 
Ichabod Taylor, Gaoler. 

New-London County. 
Simeon Smith, New-London, Sheriff. 
Deputy Sheriffs. 
New-London, Nathan Raymond ; Norwich, Burrell 
Lathrop, Frederick Prentice ; Colchester, Newhall Tain- 
tor ; Lyme, Lodowick Bill ; Groton, Stephen Haley ; 
Stonington, John W. Hull ; Preston, David Baldwin. 
Champlain Lester, N. London, > ^ , 
Augustus Kyde, Norwich, \ 

Fatrfield County. 

Friend Starr, Danbury, Sheriff. 

Deputy Sheriffs. 

Fairfield, Lewis N. Nash ; Danbury, Aaron Seeley ; 

Bridgeport, Philo Hurd ; Monroe, William Wheeler, jr. ; 

JVetr/own,Theophilus Nichols ; Norwalk, Charles Isaacs; 

Reading, Ralph Sanford ; Stamford, Davis Lockwood ; 

Weston, Moses Burr. 

Samuel Beers, Fairfield, > n 7 
Eli Starr, Danbury, 



64 Sheriffs and Deputies 

Windham County. 

David Keyes, Ashford, Sheriff. 

Deputy Sheriffs. 

Ashford, Alfred Clark ; Brooklyn, Bela P. Spaulding ; 

Chaplin, Roswell Bill, jr. ; Hampton, William Dur- 

kee, 3d. ; Plainjield, George Cady ; Sterling, John 

Thurston ; Woodstock, Moses Chandler. 

Daniel P. Tyler, Gaoler. 

Litchfield County. 
Ozias Seymour, Litchfield, Sheriff. 
Deputy Sheriffs. 
Litchfield, Ozias Lewis ; Kent, Philo G. Mills ; New- 
Hartford, Tertius Wadsworth ; New-Milford, Oliver W. 
Picket ; Washington, Charles A. Judson ; Woodbury, 
Nathan Preston ; Plymouth, John S. Warner ; Win- 
chester, Gideon Hall ; Norfolk, Thomas Curtis ; Salis- 
bury, William H. Walton ; Canaan, William "P. Rus- 
sell. 

Albert Sedgwick, Gaoler. 

Middlesex County. 
Linus Coe, Middletown, Sheriff. 
Deputy Sheriffs. 
Haddam, Ezekiel S. Clarke ; Chatham, Olmsted 
Gates ; East-Haddam, William Marsh ; Killingworth^ 
Charles Stevens ; Saybrook, William H. Lynde. 
Harvey Tread way, Middletown, ) n 7 
Noah Clark, Haddam, $ Lraolers - 

Tolland County. 

Hiram Rider, Willington, Sheriff. 

Deputy Sheriffs. 

Tolland, Samuel Kent ; Hebron, Simon House - 

Ellington, Daniel Kimball, jr. ; Mansfield, Harvey Cark ; 

Stafford, Joseph Sibley. 

Joseph Rurnham, jr. Gaoler, 



Connecticut Medical Society. 



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CONNECTICUT MEDICAL SOCIETY. 

John S. Peters, M. D. President. 
William Buel, M. D. Vice-President. 
George Sumner, M. D. Secretary. 
Joseph Palmer, M. D. Treasurer. 



Fellows from the several Counties. 

Hartford County. 
Samuel Hart, 
William J. Barry, m. d. 
Pardon Brownell, m. d. 
Simeon Birge, 
Julius S. Barnes. 

New -London County. 
William Robinson, 
Georg-e E. Palmer, 
Avery Downer, m. d. 
Mason Manning', 
Joseph Peabody, m. d. 

Fairfield County. 



John Judson, 
Samuel Simons, m. d. 
David Ufford, 
John Goulding*, m. d. 
Rufus Blackman, m. d. 

Middlesex County. 
Samuel Carter, m. d. 
Richard Warner, m. d. 
Charles Smith. 

Standing Committees. 
Conant Catlin, m. d. \ 

Samuel B. Woodward, m. d. ( Committee of 



JVew- Haven County. 
Jonathan Knight, m. d. 
Abiram Stoddard, 
Isaac Jennings, m. d. 
Virgil M. Dow, 
Wyllys Woodruff, m. d. 

Windham County. 
Elijah Baldwin, m. v. 
Joseph Palmer, m. d. 
Thomas Huntington, 
William A. Brewster, 
William Webb. 

Litchfield County, 
Conant Catlin, m. d. 
Luther Tickner, m. d. 
Moses A. Lee, 
Norman Bull, m. d. 
Benj. Welch, jr. m. d. 

Tolland County. 
Eleazer Hunt, 
Orson Wood, 
Timothy Dimock. 



Andrew Harris, m. d. 
Silas Fuller, m. d. 
Eli Todd, m- d. 
Luther Tickner, m. d. 
Thomas Miner, m. d. 
Thomas Hubbard, M. i 
Eli Ives, m. d. 
John S. Peters, m. d. 
William Buel, m. d. 
George Sumner, m. d. 
6* 



Examination. 

f Committee to nominate 
i Professors. 

J Committee to 
nominate Phy- 
sician of Retreat. 



66 



Connecticut Medical Society, 
Clerks of the Counties. 



Hartford, 

New-Haven, 

New-London, 

Fairfield, 

Windham, 

Litchfield, 

Middlesex, 

Tolland, 



M. M. Reed, m. d. 
J. F. Denison, m. i>. 
W. Hooker, m. d. 
S. Simons, m. d. 
W. Hutchins, m. d. 
S. W. Gold, m. d. 
R. Warner, m. d. 
O. H. Isham, m. d. 



List of Members of the Society, 
Hartford County. 



Mason F.Cogswell 
Sylvester Wells 
Eli Todd 
Dwell Morgan 
Elijah F. Ree.d 
Daniel Fuller 
Zephaniah Swift 
Benjamin Weed 
S. B. Woodward 
Erastus F. Cooke 
John L. Comstock 
Ralph Carter 
George Sumner 
Wm, S. Pierson 
Samuel Hart 
Julius S. Barnes 
Asahel Thompson 
J. W. Pardee 
John Chubbuck 



Charles Woodward 
Charles Byington 
Wm. H. Morgan 
Simeon Birge 
Caleb H. Austin 
E. P. Terry 
Samuel W. Brown 
O. B. Freeman 
Phelps Humphreys 
J. D. Wilcox 
Richard Ells 
Henry B. Porter 
Pardon Brownell 
Henry C. Hart 
Horatio Gridley 
William J. Barry 
Maro M: Reed 
John .W. Crane 
W. F. Hudson 



Hiram Watson 
Joseph P. Converse 

Loomis 
Milo L. North 

Badger 

Collins 

Williams 
J. J. Abernethy 
James H. Morton 
G. H. Brown ' 
Asaph L. Bissell 

Andrews 
Thomas Ritter 
Richard S. Kissam 
George H. Lewis 
W. T. Peters 
D. H. Hubbard 
H. C. Gillet 



New-Haven County. 



Bela Farnham 
Eli Ives 
Edward Field 
A nson Foot 
Timothy P. Beers 
Isaac Good sell 
Jonathan Knight 
Willoughby L. Lay 
Virgil M. Dow 
Samuel Punderson 
Andrew French 
Alfred S. Monson 



Isaac Jennings 
Lyman Parker 
Charles Hooker 
Jacob Linsley 
Reynold Webb 
Josiah M. Colburn 
Wyllis Woodruff 
Abraham L. Smith 
| Harvey Norton 
| Joel Canfield 
| Andrew Castle 
! Abiram Stoddard 



Noah Stone 
Hull Allen 
Titus C. Pratt 
Jehiel Castle 
Chauncey B. Foote 
Sheldon C. Johnson 
John D. Miers 
Joseph Porter 
Lucien Spencer 
Thomas A. Dutton 
Josiah F. Hunt 
Joseph Tomlinson 



Connecticut Medical Society. 



67 



Elijah F. Bryan 
C. B. M'Carty 

Friend Cooke 
Asa J. Diig'^s 
Arza Andrews 



J. F. Denison 
Nathan B. Ives 
John P. Herrick 
Increase Harrison 
Jerome B. Pomeroy 

New-London Coun 



Elisha North 
Thomas Coit 
Archibald Mercer 
Samuel H. P. Lee 
Dyer T. Brainard 
N. S. Perkins 
Abel T. Sizer 
James Morgan 
Nathan Todd 
Wm. P. Eaton 
Richard P. Tracy 
Ralph Farnsworth 
W. Hooker 
John O. Miner 



Benj. F. Stoddard 
George O. Sumner 
Joseph Durfey 
Richard Noyes 
J..C. JV1. Brockway 

Munson 
Avery Downer 
Eleaz. B. Downin; 
Mason Manning 
Wm. Robinson 
Wm. Hyde 
Geo. E. Palmer 
Lucius Tyler 
John C. Tibbets 



Jesse Bronson 
Lester Keep 
Henry D. Bulkley 
Thomas Hubbard 
William Tully 

TY. 

Wm. W 7 . Miner 
Reuben Burgess 

Woodward 
Vine Smith 
Earl Knight 
Samuel Johnson 
Joseph Peabody 
Henry C. Brown 
Thomas P. Wattles 
Joseph Comstock 
Charles H. Dutton 
ElisrTa Hutchinson 
James Rogers 



Fairfield County. 



John Tomlinson 
John Judson 
S. Banks 
W T m. T. Shelton 
II. B. Botsford 
Elijah Middlebrook 
C. H. Booth 
Lloyd Seeley 



John A. M'Lane 
Daniel Ufford 
Rufus Blakeman 
Sturges Bulkley 
Samuel Simons 
John Gould in g 
Uriah Parrock 
James Baldwin 



Steph. Middlebrook 
T. D. Shepard 
David Dodge 
James A. Shelton 
M. M. Shelton 
Samuel Beach 
George Blackman 



Windham County. 



Darius Hutchins 
Joseph Palmer 
Josiah Fuller 
Elijah Baldwin 
Luther Manning 
Ezekiel Skinner 
Andrew Harris 
Mowry Burgis 
Christ. S. Avery 
Wm. A. Brewster 
Andrew Huntington 
Harvey Campbell 
Hazael Peckham 
Chester Hunt 
William Webb 



Dyer Hughes 
Charles F. Morse 

Warren 
Wm- Grosvenor 

Knight 
Dan. F. Hovey 
Justin Hammond 
Henry Durfee 
Wm. H. Campbell 
Thos. Huntington 
Orrin Witter 
Wm. H. Cogswell 
Samuel Ballard 
Asa Witter 
Hiram Holt 



John G. Rice 
William Hutchins 
David E. Hall 
Isaac Clark 
Patrick Carpenter 
Jas. B. Whitcomb 
Eleazer Litchfield 
Alexan. H. Vinton 
Chester Parkis 
W 7 illiam W'itter 
Samuel Bowen 
Thos. G. Hubbard 
Dan. F. Moseley 



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Connecticut Medical Society. 



Litchfield County. 



Wm. Buel 


Stephen Reed 


Norman Bull 


Samuel Buel 


Joshua Cornwall 


R. S. Woodward 


Samuel R. Childs 


Luther Tickner 


R. Abernethy 


Alanson Abbe 


Henry Fish 


F.B. Woodward 


Bushrod Camp 


Benj. Welch 


J. Williams 


Norman Langdon 


Wm. Carrington 


Geo. Taylor 


J. M. West 


G« A. Jarvis 


Norman Lyman 


A. Peters 


Amos Beecher 


R. M. Fowler 


G. H. Miner 


Gaylord Wells 


J. C Hatch 


M. A. Lee 


J. G. Candee 


J. Hatch 


C. Ticknor 


C. Catlin 


John Calhoun 


Josiah G. Beckwith 


L. Catlin 


Hollister 


L. Barnes 


A. P. Lewis 


B. North 


S. W. Gold 


Royal Cooke 


Jefferson Stone 


J. Deforest 


Wm. Woodruff 




• M 


iddlesex County. 


Thomas Miner 


Samuel Carter 


Christopher E. Hill 


Sylvester Bulkley 


Ulysses Mather 


Charles Smith 


Henry Woodward 


Asa H. King 


Fr. G. Edgerton 


Edward S. Cone 


BurrW. Noyes 


Asa M. Holt 


David Harrison 


Lathrop McCray 


Richard Warner 


Henry Holmes 


Geo. H. Abemethy 


Datus Williams 


Austin Olcott 


Ira Hutchinson 




liufus Turner 

r 


Benjamin H. Catlin 
roLUAND Count 


r- 


Oliver K. Tsbam 


H. A. Hamilton 


Warren Fuller 


Abijah Ladd 


Allyn Hyde 


Eleazer Hunt 


J. H. Landon 


Frederick Morgan 


Chauncey Burgess 


Joseph C. Dow 


Hortio Dow 


Timothy Dirnock 


Joseph Sibley 


Jabez L. White 


Earl Swift 


Orson Wood 


John S. Peters 


Archibald Welch 


Joshua Blodget 


Silas Fuller 


Alden Skinner 


Number of Men 


ibers in the severa 
1830. 


I Counties, JMay^ 


Hartford, 


56 


Windha 


m, 43 


New-Haven, 


51 


Litchfiel 


d, - - 44 


New-London, - • 


41 


Middles( 


Jx, - - 22 


Fairfield, 


- 23 


Tolland, 


21 



Total, 301 






Commissioners on Roads. 60 

COMMISSIONERS ON ROADS, <fcc. 

[Appointed by the Senate— May, 1830.] 
On Turnpikes. 



No. 1. Boston Turnpike. 
-^Zelotes Long-, Thomas M. Grosv r enor. 

2 Bridgeport and Newtown Turnpike. 
Abijah Meritt, James B. Fairman. 

3 Canaan and Salisbury Turnpike. 
Benajah Douglass, Jeremiah Hosford. 

4 Centre Turnpike. 
Luther Crawford, Ichabod Corbin. 

5 Chatham and Marlborough Turnpike. 
Daniel Burrows, John Stewart. 

6 Cheshire Turnpike. 
Lemuel Whitman, Charles H. Pond. 

7 Chester and North- Killing worth Turnpike, 
Samuel Webb, Joshua L'Hommedieu. 

8 Colchester and Chatham Turnpike. 
Abner Hendee, Daniel Burrows. 
g> • 9 Colchester and Norwich Turnpike. 
Charles Thomas, Abner Hendee. 

10 Columbia Turnpike. 
John Graves, Zachariah Cone. 

1 1 Connecticut Turnpike. 
Jeremiah Sturges, Charles Hawley. 

12 Cornwall and Warren Turnpike. 
Chalker Pratt, Stephen Bonney. 

13 Cornwall and Washington Turnpike. 
Elijah Hayes, Justus Sacket. 

14 Canaan and Litchfield Turnpike. 
William^M. Burrall, Erastus Lyman. 

15 Connecticut and Rhode-Island Turnpike. 
Luther Warren, (of Ashford,) Ichabod Bulkley. 

16 D anbury and Ridgefield Turnpike. 
Stephen Hoyt, Russel Hoyt. 

17 Durham and East-Guilford Turnpike. 
Daniel Burrows, Frederick Lee. 

18 East-Haddam and Colchester Turnpike* 
Samuel S. Warner, Joseph H. Mather, 

•19 East Middle Turnpike. 
Jared W, Pardee, James BishoD. 



70 Commissioners on Roads. 

20 Essex Turnpike. 
Daniel Griswold, Jedediah Post. 

21 Farmington River Turnpike. 
Lent Benham, Abiram Chamberlin. 

22 Fairfield, Redding and Weston Turnpike. 
Abel Hoyt, John Hull. 

23 Fair-Haven Turnpike. 
Charles H. Pond, Jedediah Harris. 

24 Goshen and Sharon Turnpike. 
Seth Dibble, Benjamin Hollister. 

25 Granby Turnpike. 
Elizur Benjamin, Roswell Hoskins. 

26 Green-Woods Turnpike. 
Gideon Hall, Grove Pinney. 

27 Groton and Stonington Turnpike. 
Thomas Mussey, Amos Gallup. 

28 Guilford and Durham Turnpike. 
Frederick Lee, Richard Robinson. 

29 Had dam and Durham Turnpike. 
John Swathell, Charles Arnold. 

30 Hartford and Mew-Haven Turnpike. 
Charles H. Pond, Luther Beckley. 

31 Hartford and New- London Turnpike. 
James Mitchell, George Risley. 

32 Hartford, Tolland, Windham and New-London 

Counties Turnpike. 
Leonard Hendee, Stephen Tracy. 

33 Hartford and Tolland Turnpike. 
Orrin Holt, Henry Phelps. 

34 Hebron and Middle- Haddam Turnpike. 
John Stewart, John Graves. 

35 Housatonic Turnpike. 
Samuel Meigs, Peter Tomlinson, 

36 Huntington Turnpike. 
Abraham D. Baldwin, Philo Bassett. 

37 Killingworth and Haddam Turnpike. 
Jared Elliott, Jedediah Harris. 

38 Litchfield aud Cornwall Turnpike. 
Lewis Peck, Daniel Hall. 

39 Litchfield and Harwinton Turnpike. 
Uriah Hopkins, Joseph Adams. 

40 Litchfield and New-J\lilford Turnpike. 
Selah Richmond, Abel Hine. 



Commissioners on Roads. 71 

41 Middlesex Turnpike. 
Lorrain T. Pease, Jedediah Post. 

48 Middletown and Berlin Turnpike. 
Richard Wilcox, Daniel Burrows. 

43 JWiddletown and Durham Turnpike. 
Henry L. Dekoven, Charles H. Pond. 

44 Middletown and Meriden Turnpike. 
William Yale, Daniel Barrows. 

45 Mohigan Turnpike. 
James Rogers, Adam Larrabee. 

46 Monroe and Zoar Bridge Turnpike. 
Philo Bassett, Abraham D. Baldwin. 
47 Moosup Turnpike. 
Chester Lyon, Luther Paine. 

48 New-Milford and Roxbury Turnpike. 
Selah Richmond, Abel Hine. 

49 Norwich and Salem Turnpike. 
Joel Pratt, Charles Thomas. 

50 New-Haven and Derby Turnpike. 
Alexander Harrison, Samuel Ware. 

51 New- Haven and Milford Turnpike. 
William Durand,jr. Grinley Harrison. 

52 New -London and Lyme Turnpike. 
Albert Latham, Thomas Mussey. 
53 New-London and Windham Counties Turnpike. 
Sessions Lester, Joseph Eaton. 

54 New-Milford and Sherman Turnpike. 
Daniel A. Pickett, Ichabod Noble. 

55 New- Preston Turnpike. 
Abel Beach, John R. Fuller. 

56 Northfield Turnpike. 
Aaron Sanford,jr. , Jessup Wakeman. 

57 Norwalk and Danbury Turnpike. 
Joseph Darling-, Isaac H. Seeley. 

58 Norwalk and Newtown Turnpike. 
Abraham D. Baldwin, Jacob Burr. 

59 Norwich and Woodstock Turnpike. 
Chester Lyon, William Lester. 

60 Oxford Turnpike. 
Nehemiah C. Sanford, Silas Mix. 

61 Pettipaug and Guilford Turnpike. 
Humphrey Williams, George Griswold. 



12 Commissioners on Roads* 

62 Pine's Bridge Turnpike, 
Nathaniel Richardson, John Buckingham. 

63 Providence Turnpike, 
Benjamin E. Palmer, Thomas Backus. 

64 Rimmon Falls Turnpike, 
Charles H. Pond, Samuel Ware. 

65 Salem and Hamburg Turnpike, 
Samuel Ingham, Felix Starkey. 

66 Sharon and Cornwall Turnpike, 
Lewis Peck, Daniel Hall. 

67 Shetucket Turnpike, 
Charles Thomas, John A. Rockwell. 

68 Stafford Mineral Spring Turnpike, 
John J. Moulton, Augustus Moore. 

69 Still River Turnpike. 
Joseph Miller, Launcelot Phelps. 

70 Southington and Waterbury Turnpike, 
Joel Hinman, Romeo Lowrey. 

71 Sandybrook Turnpike, 
Gideon Hall, Ezra Doolittle. 

72 Straits Turnpike, 
Charles H. Pond, Morris Woodruff. 

73 Sugar Hollow Turnpike. 
Erastus Sturges, Jesse S. Bradley. 

74 Talcott Mountain Turnpike. 
Jeremy Hoadley, George C. Kellogg. 
75 Thompson Turnpike. 
Willam H. Mason, William Fisher. 

76 Tolland County Turnpike. 
Walter Newcomb, Charles Bard well. 

77 Torrington Turnpike. 
Jonathan Buel, Phineas Lord. 

78 Tolland and Mansfield Turnpike. 
Calvin Manning, Orrin Holt. 

79 Washington Turnpike. 
Samuel Leavitt, jr., Harmon Hine. 

80 Windham and Coventry Turnpike. 
Asahel Bacon, Comfort S. Hyde. 

81 Windham and Mansfield Turnpike, 
Amasa Hyde, William Rice. 

82 West Middle Turnpike. 
Nehemiah C. Sanford, Samuel Steele. 

83 Windham and Brooklyn Turnpike. 
John Searle, William Foster. 



Commissioners on Bridges. 73 

84 Woodstock and Somers Turnpike. 
William Rice, John F. Williams. 

85 JVaterbury River Turnpike. 
* Jonathan Coe, jr., John Bucking-ham. 
86 Wolcottville Turnpike. 
Uriel Tuttle, Horace Higley. 

87 Weston Turnpike. 
Aaron Sanford, jr., Oliver C. Sanford. 
88 Wells Hollow Turnpike. 
Abraham D. Baldwin. 

On Bridges. 

JVb. 1 Niantic Bridge, 
James Chadwick, James Rog-ers. 

2 Hartford Bridge. 
Lemuel White, Cyprian Nichols, James Dodd. 

3 Norwich and Preston Bridge. 
Erastus Coit, Elias Brown, Jonathan Brewster. 

4 Mystic Bridge. 
Stephen Haley, Asa Fish. 

5 Tomlinson's Bridge. 
Charles H. Pond, Orrin D. Squires. 

6 Bridgeport Bridge. 
Edwards Johnson, John Hull. 

7 Washington Bridge. 
Charles H. Pond, Enoch Foote. 

8 Leavenworth's Bridge. 
John Wheeler, William Hinman. 
9 Zoar Bridge. 
Newton Tuttle, Samuel Wheeler. 

10 Bennett's Bridge. 
Benjamin Hard, Jacob Beers. 

11 Hawley's Bridge. 
Wait S. Northrop, Czar Nearing-. 

12 New-Milford Toll Bridge. 
Nathan Gayiord, Daniel Gay lord. 

]3 Bull's Falls Bridge. 
Nathan Gayiord, Daniel Gayiord. 

14 Pratt's Bridge. 
Nathan Gayiord, Daniel Gayiord. 

1 5 Fuller's Bridge. 
Nathan Gayiord, Daniel Gayiord. 

7 



74 Commissioners on Ferries. 

16 Union Bridge. 
Henry Beers, Daniel Hinman. 

1 7 Edmonds' Bridge. 



On Ferries. 

No. 1 Derby Ferry , at the Narrows* 
Alexander Harrison, Philip Saunders. 
2 New-London Ferry. 
James Mitchell, Charles Bulkley. 
3 Gale's Ferry. 
Ralph Hurlbut, Elisha M. Comstock. 

4 Chapman's Ferry. 
John Bushnell, Joshua L'Hommedieu. 

5 Warner's Ferry. 
Ebenezer Brockway, John Shiprnan. 

6 Higganum Ferry. 
Benjamin Hurd, Joshua L'Hommedieu. 

7 East-Haddam Ferry. 
John Bushnell, Joshua L'Hommedieu. 

8 Middle- Haddam Landing Ferry. 
Benjamin Hurd, Cheves Brainard. 

9 Essex Ferry. 
Ebenezer Brockway, Jedediah Post. 
10 Rocky -Hill Ferry. 
Robert Hunt, Henry Bulkley. 

1 1 Pratt's Ferry, 
Josiah B. Holmes, Leonard Wells. 

12 King's Ferry. 
Jabez Collins, Apollos Fuller. 
J 3 East- Windsor Ferry, at the mouth ofScantic River 
John Watson, Henry Sill. 

14 East- Windsor Ferry, at Warehouse-Point. 
John Chubbuck, William Barnes. 

15 Enfield and Suffield, or Lovejoy's Ferry. 
Jabez Collins, Apollos Fuller. 

16 Saybrook Ferry. 
James Mitchell, Noyes Barber, Albert Latham. 

1 7 Haddam Island Ferry. 
Benjamin Hurd, Charles Arnold. 



Commissioners on Rivers, tyc. ?.; 

On Asylum. 

k: ' Gideon Tomlinson, the Governor of the State, h 
^•appointed Commissioner, with authority to contract 
'with the Directors of the American Asylum, for the 

instruction of Deaf and Dumb persons in indig-ent 

circumstances, at the expense of the State— Sum 

not to exceed $2,500. 

Union Company. 
Commissioners on the works of the Union Company 

% in Connecticut River. 
Lemuel White, James Dodd, Jeremiah Brown. 

On Connecticut River. 
Commissioners on the works of the Connecticut River 

Company. 
John S. Peters, Calvin Willey, Martin Welles. 

On Thames River. 
Commissioners on the Thames Channel Company, nomi- 
nated by the Governor, and appointed by the Senate. 
Ebenezer Hunting-ton, of Norwich. 
Richard Law, of New-London; 
Denison Palmer, of Preston. 

On Farmington Canal. 
Commissoners. 
Simeon Baldwin, William Moseley, George Cowles, 
John O. Pettibone, Roger Mills. 

On State Prison. 
John Russ, } 

Martin Welles, v Directors, 
S. H. Huntington, ) 
And Commissioners for erecting additional Prison 
Buildings. 

Amos Pillsbury, Warden. 

, Deputy Warden. 

On Assessment List. 

The Commissioners to equalize the Assessment List 
for the State, are the Treasurer and Comptroller for 
the time being. 



76 



Clergymen, 
CLERGYMEN, 



OF ALL THE DIFFERENT DENOMINATIONS OF CHRIS- 
TIANS OFFICIATING IN THE SEVERAL TOWNS IN 
THIS STATE. 

Explanation C. Congregationalist. — E. Episcopalian.— B. 

Baptist. — M. Methodist. — U. Universalist. 



HARTFORD. 
Nathan Perkins, d. d. 
Joel Hawes, d. d. 
Joel H. Linsley 
Samuel Spring-, C. 
N. S. Wheaton 

F. L. Hawkes, E. 

G. F. Davis, B. 
George Cole, M. 
Menzies Rayner, U. 
John I. Wells, Friend, 
James Fitten 

B. O'Cavanagh, Catholic, 

AVON. 

Harvey Bushnell, C. 

BERLIN. 

Royal Robbins 
Jonathan Cogswell 
Samuel Goodrich, C. 

BRISTOL. 

A. J. Leavenworth, C. 
H. Stanwood, B. 

BURLINGTON. 

Jonathan Miller ) 

Erastus Scranton, C. ) 
L. Mead, M. 

CANTON. 

Jairus Burt, C. 
G. Phippin, B. 

EAST-HARTFORD. 

Asa Mead, C. 

EAST-WINDSOR. 

Samuel W. Whelpley 
Shubael Bartlett, C. 
Gurdon Robins, B. 



Georg-e Sutherland 
Edmund M. Beebe, M. 

ENFIELD. 

Francis L. Robbins, C. 
Nathaniel Chapin,jr. U. 
N. Burlengame 
J. Bennet, Shakers. 

FARMINGTON. 

Noah Porter, d. d. C 

GLASTENBURY. 

Samuel H. Riddel 
Jacob Allen, C. 
Hector Humphreys, E. 
Jeremiah Stocking- 
Hector Bronson, M. 

GRANBY. 

Isaac Porter 
Stephen Crosby, C. 
Asa Cornwall, E. 

HARTLAND. 

Ammi Linsley 
Nathaniel Gaylord } 
Adolphus Ferry, C. ) 
Asa Bushnell 
Daniel Gorman, M. 

MANCHESTER. 

Bennet F. Northrop, C, 

Hodge, B. 

H. Perry 
Scott, M. 

MARLBOROUGH. 

Chauncey Lee, d. d. C. 

SIMSBURY. 

Allen M c Lean, C. 
Ransom Warner, E< 



Clergymen. 



77 



Smith Dayton, M. 

SOUTHINGTON. 

David L. Ogden, C. 
James Keeler, E. 
James Atkins, B. 

SUFFIELD. 

Ebenezer Gay 
Ebenezer Everitt, C. 
Jonathan Wilson 
Amos Le Favour, B. 

WETHERSFIELD. 

Caleb J. Tenney, d. d. 
Calvin Chapin, d. d. 
Joab Brace, C. 
Benedict, M. 

WINDSOR. 

Henry A. Rowland 
JohnBartlett, C. 
John B. Ballard, B. 
Asa Bushnell, M. 
NEW-HAVEN, 

Samuel Merwin 
Leonard Bacon 
Eleazer T. Fitch, d. d. 
Charles A. Boardman, C. 
Harry Croswell, E. 
Benjamin M. Hill, B. 
L. Clarke 
James Young's, M. 
S. S. Jocelyn, African. 

BRANFORD. 

Timothy P. Gillett 
Judson A. Root 
Matthew Noyes, C. 
E. T. Ives, E. 

CHESHIRE. 

Joseph Whiting", C. 
Christian F. Cruse, E. 

DERBY. 

Zephaniah Swift 
Charles Thompson, C. 
Stephen Jewett, E. 

7* 



L. C. Chceney 
John Lovejoy, M. 

EAST-HAVEN. 

Stephen Dodd C. 
Edward Ives, E. 

GUILFORD. 

Aaron Dutton 
Zolva Whitmore, C. 
David Baldwin, E. 
Alva B. Goldsmith, B. 

HAMDEN. 

Stephen Hubbel, C. 
John M. Garfield, E. 
D. Bradley, B. 
Eli Barnet 
L. Baldwin, M. 

MADISON. 

Samuel N. Shepard 
David Metcalf, C. 
Samuel West, B. 

MERIDEN. 

Charles J. Hinsdale, C. 
James Keeler, E. 

MIDDLEBURY. 

Jason Atwater, C. 
Daniel Wooster, M. 

MILFORD. 

Bezaleel Pinneo 
Asa M. Train, C. 

NORTH-HAVEN. 

Wm. J. Boardman, C. 
Ashbel Baldwin, E. 
Joseph Glazier. B. 

ORANGE. 

Stephen W. Stebbins 
Horatio A. Parsons, C. 

OXFORD. 

Abraham Brown, C. 
Wm. A. Curtis, E. 

PROSPECT. 

John E. Bray, C. 



19 



Clergymen. 



SOUTHBURY. 

Thomas L. Shipman, C. 
Stephen B. Bray, B. 
Newton Tuttle, M. 

WALLINGFORD. 

James Noyes, C. 
Ashbel Baldwin, E. 
Farnam Knowlton, B. 

WATERBURT. 

William Barlow, E. 

WOLCOTT. 

S. M. Wheelock, C. 

WOODBRIDGE. 

Prince Hawes, C. 
William A. Curtiss, E. 
NEW-LONDON. 
Abel M'Ewen, C. 
Bethel Judd, E. 
Daniel Wildman, B. 
E. Hyde, 
L. Griffing, M. 

NORWICH. 

Joseph Strong-, d. d. > 
Cornelius B. Everest S 
Alfred Mitchell 
Charles Hyde, C. 
Seth B. Paddock, E. 
William Palmer, B. 
David N. Bentley 
C. D. Bog-ers 
L. B. Griffing-, M. 

BOZRAH. 

David Austin, C. 

COLCHESTER. 

Lyman Strong" 
Joseph Harve}% C. 

FRANKLIN. 

Samuel Nott, d. d. C. 
Comfort D. Fillmore 
Amaziah Fillmore, M. 

GR1SWOLD. 

Seth Bliss 

Spafford D. Jewett, C. 



GROTON, 

Timothy Tuttle, C- 
John G. Wightman 
Roswell Burrows 
Erastus Denison, B. 
Ralph tturlbut, M. 

LEBANON. 

Edward Bull 
Daniel Waldo 
Erastus Ripley, C. 
Esec Brown, B. 

LISBON. 

Levi Nelson 
Barnabas Phinney, C. 
Amos Reed, B. 

LYME. 

Chester Colton 
Josiah Hawes 
Herman L. Vaill, C. 
Nathan Wildman 
Tubal Wakefield, B. 

MONTVILLE. 

A. Alden 
R. Land fear, C. 
Oliver Wilson 
R. Palmer, 1VI. 

NORTH-STONINGTON. 

Joseph Ayer, jr. C. 
Asher Miner 
Jonathan Miner 
Levi Meech, B. 
Abel Collins, Quaker. 

PRESTON. 

Augustus B. Collins, C* 
N. B. Burg-ess 
Harry Finch, E. 
Luther Goddard, B. 

SALEM. 

Eli Hyde, C. 

A. Steele 

Asa Wilcox, B. 

John Whittlesey 

Joseph Morg-an, M. 



Clergymen. 



79 



STONINGTON. 

Joseph Whittlesey, C. 
Elihu Cheesebrough 

Asa Bronson, II. 

WATER FORD. 

Francis Darrow 
Lester Rogers, B. 

FAIRFIELD. 
John Hunter 
Thomas F. Davis, C. 

DANBURY. 

Anson T. Rood, C. 
Lemuel G. Hull, E. 
Georg-e Benedict 
John Mitchell, B. 
Rory Starr 
John Nickerson 

Pierce, M. 

L. Osborn, Sandemanian. 

BRIDGEPORT. 

John Blatchford 
Nathaniel Hewit, C. 
Henry R. Judah, E. 
Charles Sherman 
H. Bartlett, M. 

BROOKFIELD. 

Abner Brundagre, C. 
Joseph S. Covell, E. 

DARIEN. 

Ebenezer Piatt, C. 

GREENWICH. 

Piatt Buffet 
Joel Mann, 
Chauncey Wilcox, C. 

HUNTINGTON. 

Thomas Pundersom, C. 

MONROE. 

Daniel Jones, C. 
Rodney Rossiter, E. 
Shubael R. Cushman, B. 

NEW-CANAAN. 

William Bonney, C. 
Charles J. Todd, E. 
A. W. Whitney, B. 



Daniel J. Wright 
Samuel Cochran, M. 

NEW-F AIRFIELD. 
Daniel Crocker, C . 
W.Mcad,M. 

NEWTOWN. 

William Mitchell, C 
Daniel Burhans, E. 
N. B. Benedict, B. 
S. Glover, U. 

NORWALK. 

Henry Benedict, C. 

READING. 

William L. Strong*, C. 
Lemuel B. Hull, E. 
E. Washburn, 
G. Pierce, M. 

RIDGEFIELD. 

Nathan Burton, C. 
Orig-en P. Holcomb, E. 
Georg-e Benedict, B. 
O. E. Amerman, M. 

STAMFORD. 

Daniel Smith, 
Henry Fuller, C. 
Ambrose S. Todd, E. 
John Ellis, B. 

STRATFORD. 

Thomas Robbins, C. 
Georg-e C. Shepard, E. 
Stephen Curtis, B. 

TRUMBULL. 

James Kant, C. 
Rodney Rossiter, E. 

WESTON. 

Nathaniel Freeman, C. 

WILTON. 

Sylvanus Haig-ht, C 
Orig-en P. Holcomb, E. 
A. W. Whitney, B. 
BROOKLYN. 
Ambrose Edson, C. 
Ezra B. Kellogg, E. 
Saml. J. May, Unitarian. 



80 



Clergymen. 



ASHFORD. 

Philo Judson, 
Reuben Torry, 
Luke Wood, C. 
Ezekiel Skinner, 
Elder Gage, B. 
John Lovejoy, 

Sabin, 

Gould, M. 

CANTERBURY. 

Dennis Piatt, 
Israel G. .Rose, C. 
George S. White, E. 
Levi Kneeland, B. 

CHAPLIN. 

Elias Sharp, B. 
Warren Clarke, Christfn. 

HAMPTON. 

Daniel G. Sprague, C. 
James Burnham, 
Alfred Burnham, M. 

KILLINGLY. 

Elisha Atkins, 
Roswell Whitmore, C. 
G. D. Appleton, B. 

PLAINFIELD. 

Orrin Fowler, C. 
J. Birdsdeli; B. 
B. R. Allen, M. 

POMFRET. 

Charles Fitch, C. 
Ezra B. Kellogg, E. " 

STERLING. 

Otis Lane, C. 

THOMPSON. 

Daniel Dow, C. 
James Graw, B. 

voluntown. 
Otis Lane, C. 
Nathaniel Sheffield, B. 

WINDHAM. 

Richard. F. Cleveland, 
Jesse Fisher, C. 
Chester Tilden, B. 



Roger Bingham, Ch'n. 

WOODSTOCK. 

Alvan Underwood, C. 
George B. Atwell, B. 
LITCHFIELD. 
Laurens P. Hickok, 
Joseph E. Camp, C. 
Truman Marsh, 
Isaac Jones, 
Henry Finch, E. 
N. Atwood, B. 

BARKHAMSTED. 

Joseph Hurlbut, 
Daniel Hitchcock, M. 

BETHLEM. 

Paul Couch, C. 

CANAAN. 

Charles Prentice, 
Pitkin Cowles, C. 
Freeman Hopkins, 
Ebenezer Hall, B. 
Ezra Donald, Friend. 

COLEBROOK. 

Amariah Clark, C. 
Thomas Larcomb, B. 

CORNWALL. 

William Andrews, 
Walter Smith, C. 
Silas Ambler, B. 

GOSHEN. 

Grant Powers, 
George Carrington, C. 
Hermon Ellis, B. 
Bradley Sellick, M. 

HARWINTON. 

George E. Pierce, C. 

KENT. 

George B. Andrews, E, 

NEW-HARTFORD. 

Cyrus Yale, 
B. Baldwin, C. 

NEW-MILFORD. 

Heman Rood, C. 
Enoch Huntington, E. 



Clergymen. 



81 



Eleazer Beeeher, B. 
Josiah L. Dickerson, M. 

NORFOLK. 

Vacant, C. 

PLYMOUTH. 

Luther Hart, C. 
► Joseph T. Clarke, E. 

ROXBURY. 

Fosdick Harrison, C. 

David Baldwin, B. 
Dickinson, M. 

SALISBURY. 

Leonard E. Lathrop, C. 
Stephen Beach, E. 

SHARON. 

D. L. Perry, 
Frederick Gridley, C. 
G. B. Andrews, E. 
Matthews, 

Pierce, M. 

TORR1NGTON. 

William R. Gould, 
Samuel J. Mills > 

E. Goodman, C. \ 

WARREN. 

Hart Talcott, C. ; 
Charles Everett, M. 

WASHINGTON. 

Gurdon Hayes, C. 
Isaac Jones, E. 

WATERTOWN. 

D. O. Griswold, C. 
Frederick Holcomb, E. 

WINCHESTER. 

James Beach, C. 
Daniel Coe, M. 

WOODBURY. 

Grove L. Brownell, 
Samuel R. Andrew, C. 

MIDDLETOWN. 
J. R. Crane, 
J. L. Williams. 
James Noyes, jr. 



E. It. Tyler, 
Stephen Topliff, C. 

John Cookson, 
Frederick Wig-htman, B. 
Thomas Birch, 
Daniel Burrows, M. 
Charles Remington, 

[Freewill Baptist. 

HADDAM. 

John Marsh, C. 
S. Shailer, B. 

CHATHAM. 

Harvey Tolcott, C. 
William Jarvis, E. 
ifisley, M. 

' DURHAM. 

David Smith, d. d. C. 

EAST-IIADDAM. 

Isaac Parsons, 
Joseph Vaill, C. 
P. G. Clark, E. 
Alvin Ackley, B. 

KILLINGWORTH. 

Asa King-, C. 
P. G. Clark, E. 
Joseph Glazier, B. 
N. S. Kellogg-, M. 

E. Lester, U. 

SAYBROOK. 

F. W. Hotchkiss, 
Aaron Hovey, 
William Case, 
Sylvester Selden, C 
Ashbel Steel, E. 
Russel Jenning-s, 

P. Brocket, B. 

R. Gilbert, 

L. Andrews, M. 

TOLLAND. 

Ansel Nash, C. 
Elisha Frink, 
P. Townsend, 
R. Lathrop, M, 



32 



Clergymen. 



BOLTON. 

James Ely, C. 

COLUMBIA. 

David Dickinson, C. 

COVENTRY. 

Chauncey Booth, 
G. A. Calhoun, 
Alpha Miller, C. 
Isaac Dwinnell, B. 
Henry Brown, U. 

ELLIJNGTON. 

Diodate Brock way, 
Lavius Hy^de, C. 

Ramsdell « 

H. Moulton, M. 

HEBRON. 

Hiram P. Arms, 
Charles Nichols, C. 
Alpheus Geer, E. 
Peter Griffin, 
Samuel Davis, 



J. E. Risley,M. 

MANSFIELD. 

Anson S. Atwood, 
William Ely, C. 
Asa Bronson, B. 
Ella Dunham, 
Daniel Fletcher, M. 

STAFFORD. 

John Hunt, B. 
Jasial P. Fuller, U. 

SOMERS. 

Rodney G. Dennis, C. 

union. 
N. B. Beardsley, C. 
Stephen Fairbank, M. 

VERNON. 

Daniel L. Hunn, C. 
Isaac Dwinnel, B. 

WILLINGTON. 

Francis Wood, C. 
I Samuel S. Mallory,B. 



BISHOPS 
Of the Protestant Episcopal Church, in the United 

States. 
Rt. Rev. William White, d. d. of Pennsylvania. 

Henry U. Onderdonk, Assistant Bishop do. 

Benjamin T. Onderdonk, d. d. of ;\ew-York. 

Alexander V. Griswold, d. d. of the E. Diocese. 

Richard C. Moore, d. d. of Virginia. 

William M. Stone, d. d. of Maryland. 

John Croes, d. d. of New-Jersey. 

Nathaniel Bowen, d. d. of South Carolina. 

Philander Chase, d. d. of Ohio. 

T. C. Brownell, d. d. l. l. d. of Connecticut. 

of North Carolina. 

BISHOPS 

Of the Catholic Church, in the United States. 
Rt. Rev. James Whitfield, Arch-Bishop of Baltimore. 
" u B. J. Flaget, Bardstown, Kentucky. 
" " John England, Charleston, S. C 
44 u Henry Conwell, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 



Bishops— -Statistics. 33 

Rt. Rev. Edward Fenwick, Cincinnati, Ohio. 

•* " Joseph Rosati, St. Louis, Missouri. 

" " B. J. Fenwick, Boston, Mass. 

M " Portier, Mobile, Alabama. 

44 u John Dubois, New- York. 

44 tl Leo De Nekere, New Orleans. 

41 " Joseph David, Coadjutor to the Bishop of Bardstown. 

41 " , F. P. Kenrick, Coadjutor to the Bishop of Philadera. 

BISHOPS 

Of the Methodist Episcopal Church, in the United States. 
Right Reverends, William M'Kendree— Robert R. Roberts, 
— Joshua Soule — Elijah Iledding. 



STATISTICS. 

Number of Children in this State, between the ages of 4 and 16 
years, in each School Society according to the enumeration 
in August, 1829, and the Dividends of School Money made 
to such Society in the year ending March 31,1830 — and 
Town Tax, for 1829. 

Hartford County. 




Hartford, 1st S. 

Avon, 

Berlin 1st, or Kensington, 
Do 2d, or New Britain, 
Do 3d, or Worthington, 
Bristol, 
Burlington, 

Canton, 1 

East-Hartford, 1 

East-Windsor, 1 

Do 2 

Enfield, 
Farmington, 1 

Do 2d, or Northington, 
Glastenbury, 1 

Do 2d, or Eastbury, 
Granby, 1 

Do 2 



s. 


2,022 


U 


178 


..: 


344 


(1 


333 


e< 


415 


n 


397 


a 


349 


a 


694 


u 


238 


a 


563 


a 


576 


a 


535 


a 


314 


(< 


686 


u 


349 


u 


632 


a 


292 



1,819,80 

160,20 
309,60 
298,80 
373,50 
357,30 
314,10 
624,60 
214,20 
506,70 
518,40 
481 ,50 
282,60 
617,40 
.314,10 
# 568,80 
262,80 



H 

n 



2£ 
4 



3 
3* 

2i 

24 



84 


Statistics. 


Hartland, 


1 " 


Do 


2 " 


Manchester, 


« 


Marlborough, 


a 


Simsbury, 


a 


Southington, 


u 


Suffield, 


1 " 


Do 


2 " 


West-Hartford, 


a 


Wethersfield, 


1 " 


Do 2, or Newin 


g-ton, " 


Do 3, or Rocky 


-Hill, 


Windsor, 


1 « 


Do 


2 " 


Wintonbury, 


IC 


Wapping, 


(t 



199 


179 10 


215 


193 50 


512 


468 80 


199 


179 10 


529 


474 30 


516 


464 40 


498 


448 20 


218 


196 20 


314 


282 60 


629 


566- 10 


168 


151 20 


278 


250 20 


346 


311 40 


175 


157 50 


428 


385 20 


123 


110 70 


14,261 


12,834 90 



New-Haven County. 

New Haven, 1st S. S. 

Branford, 1 " 

Do 2 " 

Do 3d, or Northford, " 

Cheshire, 1 " 

Derby, 1 " 

Do 2 " 

East-Haven, " 

East-Plains, " 

Guilford, 1 " 

Do 2 " 

Madison, 1 " 

Do 2 " 

Meriden, " 

Middlebury, " 

Milford, 1 " 
Mount Carmel, or Hamden^l " 

North-Haven, " 

North-Milford, " 

Oxford, « 

Orange, " 

Prospect, * " 



2,644 


2,379 60 


368 


331 20 


133 


119 70 


155 


139 50 


488 


439 20 


444 


399 60 


175 


157 50 


365 


328 50 


241 


216 90 


516 


464 40 


156 


140 40 


320 


288 


152 


136 80 


409 


368 10 


240 


216 


692 


622 80 


245 


220 50 


395 


355 50 


237 


213 30 


490 


448 20 


220 


198 



Statistics. 






85 


Southbury, 


1 " 


208 


187 20 


Si 


Do 2d, or South Britain, " 


215 


193 50 




Wallingford, 


a 


627 


564 30 


4 


Waterbury, 


1 " 


537 


483 30 


6 


Do 2d, or Salem, 


a 


365 


328 50 




West-Haven, 


a 


197 


177 30 




Woodbridge 1st, or Amity 


a 


254 


228 60 


4 


Do 2d, or Bethany, 


a 


274 


246 60 




Wolcott, 


it 
N Coi 


217 


195 30 


H 




11,987 

LJNTY. 


10,788 30 




New-Londo 






New-London, 


S.S.I 


1,746 


1,571 40 


U 


Bozrah, 




292 


262 80 


3 


Chesterfield, 


a 


408 


367 20 




Colchester, 


1 " 


466 


419 40 


t\ 


Franklin, 


1 " 


169 


152 10 


n 


Do 


2 " 


122 


109 80 




Griswold., 


a 


657 


591 30 


3 


Groton, 


1 " 


742 


667 80 


3* 


Do 


% " 


678 


610 20 




Hanover, 


a 


158 


142 20 




Lebanon 1st, or South, 


a 


220 


198 


4 


Do 2d, or Goshen, 


a 


197 


177 30 




Do 3d, or Exeter, 


a 


108 


97 20 




Do 4th, or North, 


a 


171 


153 90 




Lisbon, 


a 






4 


Lyme, 


1 " 


385 


346 50 


5 


Do 


2 " 


298 


268 20 




Do 


3 " 


384 


345 60 




Montville, 


1 " 


422 


379 80 


4 


New-Salem, 


a 


267 


240 30 




Newent, 


a 


215 


193 50 




North-Stonington, 


tt 


852 


766 80 


3 


Norwich, 


1 " 


653 


587 70 


6 


Do 


2 " 


743 


668 70 




Preston, 


1 " 


287 


258 30 


4 


Do 


2 " 


314 


282 60 




Stonington, 


a 


910 


819 


3* 


West-Chester, 


tt 


180 
12,044 


162 






10,839 60 





86 



Statistics. 



Fairfield County. 



Fairfield, 1 S. 

Do 2d, or Greenfield, 

Do 3d, or Greens-Farms, 
Bridgeport, 
Brookneld, 
Bethel, 

Danbury, 1 

Greenwich, 1 

Do 2d, or West, 
Huntington, 1 

Middlesex, or 2d, 

New-Fairfield, 
Monroe, or New-Stratford, 
New-Canaan, 

Norwalk, 1 

Newtown, 
North-Stamford, 
Reading-, 
Ridgefield, 

Do 
Sherman, 
Stamford, 
Stanwich, 

Stratford, 1 

Stratfield, 
Trumbull, 
Weston 1st, or Norfield, 

Do 2d, or North Fairfield, 
Wilton, 



1 



479 
309 
345 

380 
379 
844 
164 
748 
351 
398 
288 
430 
522 
959 
896 
351 
433 
539 
197 
291 
710 
423 
616 
639 
361 
357 
508 
607 



431 10 
278 10 
310 50 

342 
341 10 
759 60 
147 60 
673 20 
315 90 
358 20 
259 20 
387 ' 
469 80 
863 10 
805 40 
315 90 
389 70 
485 10 
177 30 
261 90 
639 

380 70 
554 40 
575 10 
324 90 
321 30 
457 20 i 
546 30 I 2 



4 

a 

44 

3 

2 
4 

44 



13,524 12,171 60 | 



Windham County. 



Brooklyn, S. 

Ashford, 1 

Do 2d, or Westford, 
Do 3d, or Eastford, 

Abington, 

Bethesda, or Sterling North, 

Canterbury, 1 

Chaplin, 



s. 


362 


325 80 




239 


215 10 




179 


161 10 




390 


351 




241 


216 90 




220 


198 




310 


279 




209 


188 10 



31 

64 



Statistics. 



87 



Hampton, 
Killing-ly North 

Do "Middle, or 2d, 

Do South, 
Nazareth, 
Plainfield, 
Pom fret, 
Thompson, 
Voluntown, 
Westminster, 
Westfield, 
Windham, 

Do 2d, or Scotland, 
Woodstock, 

Do 

Do 



1 " 


330 


ct 


338 




281 




172 




277 




714 


I " 


267 




973 




327 




245 




229 


1 " 


656 




206 


t " 


243 


2 " 


348 


3 " 


301 




8,057 



297 

304 20 
252 90 
154 80 
249 30 
642 60 
240 30 
875- 70 
294 30 
220 50 
206 10 
590 40 
185 40 
218 70 
313 20 
270 90 
7,251 30 



Litchfield County. 



Litchfield, 
Barkhamsted, 
Bethlem, 
Bridg-ewater, 
Canaan, 
Do 
Colebrook, 
Cornwall, 
Ellsworth, 
Goshen, 
Harwinton, 
Kent, 
Milton, 

New-Hartford, 
New-Milford, 
New-Preston, 
Norfolk, 
Northfield, 
Plymouth, 
Roxbury, 
Salisbury, 
Sharon, 



s. s. 


719 


1 " 


351 


a 


245 


a 


257 


1 " 


352 


2 " 


307 


a 


363 


1 " 


522 


tc 


279 


1 " 


416 


a 


' 480 


1 " 


476 


a 


291 


1 " 


515 


1 " 


809 


a 


452 


a 


454 


■ a 


225 


1 " 


490 


u 


340 


ti 


786 


I " 


526 



647 10 

315 90 
220 50 
231 30 

316 80 
276 30 
326 70 
469 80 
251 10 
374 40 
432 
428 40 
261 90 
463 50 
728 10 
406 80 
408 60 
202 50 
441 
306 

707 40 
473 40 



6 
Si 



88 



Statistics. 



South Farms, 

Torrington, 

Torringford, 

Warren, 

Washington, 

Watertown, 

Winchester, 

Do 2d, or Winsted, 
Woodbury, 



260 


234 [ 


225 


202 50 


313 


281 70 


304 


273 60 


243 


218 70 


420 


378 


178 


160 20 


414 


372 60 


589 


530 10 


12,601 


11,340 90 



Middlesex County. 

Middletown, 1 S. 

Do 2d, or North, 

Do 3d, or Middlefield, 

Do 4th, or Westfield, 
Chatham, 
Durham, 
East^Hampton, 
East-Haddam, 1 

Do 2d, or Millington, 1 
Haddam, 
Hadlyme, 
Killing-worth, 1 

Do 2 

Middle-Haddam, 
Saybrook, 1 

Do 2 

Do 3 

Do 4 



s. 


1,446 


1,301 40 


44 


294 


264 60 


44 


160 


144 


a 


164 


147 60 


44 


537 


483 30 


a 


307 


276 30 


c< 


254 


228 60 


44 • 


445 


400 50 


a 


281 


252 90 


a 


758 


682 20 


a 


173 


155 70 


a 


359 


323 10 


a 


333 


299 70 


U 


437 


393 30 


a 


289 


260 10 


a 


535 


481 50 


a 


325 


292 50 


a 


240 


216 




7,337 


6,603 30 



Tolland County. 



Tolland, 

Andover, 

Bolton, 

Columbia, 

Coventry,. 

Do 
Ellington, 
Giiead, 



s. s. 


491 


a 


168 


a 


214 


a 


298 


1 " 


277 


2 " 


259 


44 


415 


4C 


168 



450 


90 


151 


20 


192 


60 


268 


20 


249 


30 


233 


10 


373 50 


151 


20 



Statistics. 



89 



Hebron, 
Mansfield, . 

Do 
Somers, 
Stafford, 

Do 
Union, 
Vernon, 
Wellington, 



Grand Total, 



345 


310 50 


350 


315 


430 


387 


470 


423 


501 


450 90 


267 


240 30 


• 206 


185 40 


426 


383 40 


376 


338 40 


5,671 


5,103 90 


85,482 


76,933 80 



% 

H 



Governors of the several States and 
Territories, 

With the Commencement and Expiration of their res- 
pective Terms of Office. 



Maine, 


S. E. Smith, 


Jan. 


1831, 


Jan. 1832. 


N. Hampshire, 


Matthew Harvey, 


June, 


1830, 


June, 1831. 


Vermont, 


Samuel C. Crafts, 


Oct. 


1830, 


Oct. 1831. 


Rhode-Island, 


James Fenner, 


May, 


1830, 


May, 1831. 


Connecticut, 


Gideon Tomlinson, 


May, 


1830, 


May, 1831. 


Massachusetts, 


Levi Lincoln, 


May, 


1830, 


May, 1831. 


New- York, 


Enos T. Throop, 


Jan. 


1831, 


Dec. 1832. 


New- Jersey, 


Peter D. Vroom, jr. 


Oct. 


1830, 


Oct. 1831. 


Pennsylvania, 


George Wolf, 


Dec. 


1829, 


Dec. 1832. 


Delaware, 


David Hazzard, 


Jan. 


1830, 


Jan. 1833. 


Maryland, 


Thos. K. Carroll, 


Jan. 


1830, 


Jan. 1831. 


Virginia, 


John Floyd, 




1830, 


1831. 


N. Carolina, 


John Owen, 


Dec. 


1829, 


Dec. 1830. 


S. Carolina, 


Stephen D. Miller, 


Dec. 


1828, 


Dec. 1830. 


Georgia, 


George R. Gilmer, 


Nov. 


1829, 


Nov. 1031. 


Alabama, 


Gabriel Moore, 


Nov. 


1829, 


Nov. 1831. 


Mississippi, 


Gerard C. Brandon 


Jan. 


1830, 


Jan. 1832. 


Louisiana, 


A. B. Roman, 


Jan. 


1831, 


Jan. 1835. 


Tennessee, 


William Carroll, 


Oct. 


1829, 


Oct. 1831. 


Kentucky, 


Thomas M etcalfe, 


Sept. 


1828, 


Sept. 1332. 


Ohio, 


Duncan M'Arthur, 


Dec. 


1830, 


Dec. 1832. 


Indiana, 


James B. Ray, 


Dec. 


1828, 


Dec. 1831. 


Illinois, 


John Reynolds, 


Jan. 


1831, 


Dec. 1834. 


Missouri, 


John Miller, 


Nov. 


1C28, 


Nov. 1832. 


Territories. 










Florida, 


William P. Duvall, 


April, 


1828, 


April. 1831. 


Michigan, 


Lewis Cass, 


Feb. 


1829, 


Feb. 1832. 


Arkansas, 


John Pope, 
8* 


Feb. 


1329, 


Feb. 1832. 



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Cities. 
INCORPORATED CITIES. 



HARTFORD. 

Nathaniel Terry, Mayor. 
Aldermen. 
Nathan Johnson, I Cyprian Nichols. 

Alfred Smith, | Isaac Perkins, 

Common Council. 
William Hay den, Thomas K, Brace, Horace 
Goodwin, 2d., Jeremiah Brown, Oliver Woodford,. 
Chauncey Barnard, Denison Morgan, James T. 
Pratt, Job Allyn, Henry Waterman, Albert Day, 
^Eliphalet Averill, Robert Watkinson, Frederick 
Oakes, William H. lmlay. 

William Conner, Clerk. 

Nathaniel Goodwin, Treasurer. 

Horace Wadsworth, Benjamin Hastings, Sheriffs. 

Elisha Dodd, Auditor. 

Benjamin Hastings, Collector. 

Francis Parsons, City Attorney. 

City Court, first Monday in each month. 

William Whitman, Clerk of City Court. 

Annual Meeting last Monday in March. 



NEW-HAVEN. 
Ralph I. Ingersoll, Mayor. 
Aldermen. 
Henry W. Edwards, | William H. Jones, 
William W. Boardman, | Joseph N. Clarke. 

Common Council. 

William Mix, William Moseley, John Babcock, Smith 

Tuttle, Eli Mix, Newton Wheeler, Nehemiah Bradley, 

Asa Buddington, Daniel Brown, 2d., John Gilbert, 

Alexander Harrison, Nahum Flagg, George Bradley, 

Joseph Fairchild, Nathaniel Booth, Isaac Judson. 

Elisha Munson, Clerk. 

John Fitch, Treasurer. 

E. Munson, Justin Redfield, Sheriffs. 

Charles A. Ingersoll, City Attorney. 

City Court, first Tuesday in each month. 

Annual Election, first Tuesday in June. 



Cities. t 97 

NEW-LONDON. 
Elias Perkins, Mayor. 
Aldermen. 
Coddington Billings, I Jonathan Coit, 
John Mussy, | Oliver Champlain. 

Coii%ion Council. 
John Way, W. A. Weaver, John Mason, Joseph 
Lawrence, D. B. Hempsted, John Deshon. 

John Danforth, Hezekiah Goddard, Sheriffs. 

Henry Douglass, Clerk. 

John A. Fullton, Treasurer. 

William F. Brainard, Clerk of City Court. 

City Court, first Monday in each month. 

William F. Brainard, Agent. 

Annual Election, 2d Monday in June. 



MIDDLETOWN. 
Elijah Hubbard, Mayor. 
Aldermen. 
Samuel Cooper, l Henry L. De Koven, 

John Alsop, I John Selden. 

Common Council. 
Joseph Taylor, Charles Brewer, William J. French, 
Samuel D. Hubbard, Richard Rand, Theodore Hins- 
dale, Timothy Savage, Merrils Ward, John L. Smith. 
John Fisk, Clerk, Treasurer, and Clk. of City Court. 
George W. Bull, Harvey Treadway, Sheriffs. 
George W. Stanley, City Allarney. 
Auditors. 
Stephen Taylor, Samuel D. Hubbard, Dayid Allen, 
City Court, 2d Tuesday in each month. 
Annual Meeting, 3d Monday in January. 



NORWICH. 

Calvin Goddard, Mayor. 
Aldermen. 
James Lanman, I George Hill, 

John De Witt, | Joseph Williams. 

Common Council. 
John Lathrop, N. Kinney, William C. Gilman, Sam- 
uel Tyler, Samuel Story, John Hilliard, Asa Roath, 
Peter Lanman, Peleg Hunt, Appleton Meech, Erastus 
Coit, Shubael Breed. 
9 



98 Boroughs, 

J. A. Rockwell, Clerk of City and of City Court, 

Francis A. Perkins, Treasurer. 

Frederick Prentice, Sheriff. 

Annual Meeting, 1st Monday in June. 

BOROUfHS. 

DANBURY. 
Daniel B. Cooke, Warden. 
Burgesses. 
Abel B. Blackman, Najah Wildman, Curtiss Clarke* 
Samuel Tweedy. 

Darius Starr, Clerk. 
Russel Hoyt, Treasurer. 
Elias S. Sanford, Bailiff. 



GUILFORD. 

William Todd, Warden. 
Burgesses. 
John B. Chittendon, Friend Collins, Miner Bradley, 
Samuel C. Johnson, Abraham S. Fowler, Joel Tuttle. 
Amos Seward, Clerk. 
Joel Canfield, Treasurer. 

Bailiff. 

Annual Meeting, 1st Monday in March. 



BRIDGEPORT. 

Reuben Tweedy, Warden. 
Burgesses. 
Ezekiel Hubbell, Daniel Sterling, Richard Hyde, 
David B. Nichols, Smith Tweedy, William Wordin. 
Roswell L e wis,. Cler k. 
Charles Foote, Treasurer. 
D. L. Mills, Bailiff. 



NEWTOWN. 
David V. B. Baldwin, Warden. 

Burgesses. 

John Judson, Henry Beers, James B. Fairman, Czar 
Keeler, Henry Dutton, William Blakeslee. 
Thomas Blackman, Clerk. 
William G. Smith, Bailiff. 



Boroughs— Banks. 99 

STOttlNGTON. 

George Hubbard, Warden. 

Burgesses. 

Samuel F. Denison, Gurdon Trumbull, David C. 
Smith, Ephraim Williams, William C. Woodbridge, 
Giles R. Hallam. 

Francis Amy, Clerk and Treasurer. 

John D. Smith, Bailiff. 

STAMFORD. 
Simeon H. Minor, Warden. 

Burgesses'. 
John W. Leeds, William H. Holly, Charles Hawley, 
John S. Winthrop, David Hoyt. 



WATERBURY. 

Moses Hall, Warden. 
E. S. Abernethy, Clerk. 



KILLINGWORTH. 
Edward Wilcox, Warden. 
Burgesses. 
John Stanton, Austin Olcott, Gideon Kelsey, Friend 
Whittlesey, Martin Griswold, Samuel R. Dibbel. 
H. W. Bull, Clerk. 
Edward Wright, Treasurer and Bailiff. 



BANKS. 



Batiks at Hartford. 

UNITED STATES BRANCH BANK. 

Enoch Parsons, President. 
Joshua P. Burnham, Cashier. 
Directors. 
Enoch Parsons, Stephen Bulkley, John Russ, Na- 
thaniel Goodwin, Thomas K. Brace, Job AUyn, Alva 
Gilman, Samuel Mather, Caleb Brintnell. 
Discount days, Mondays and Thursdays. 
Samuel H. Parsons, Attorney for the Bank. 



J 00 Banks. 

HARTFORD *ANK. 

Capital $1,100,000. 
Joseph Trumbull, President. 
Henry A. Perkins, Cashier. 
Directors. 
Joseph Trumbull, Nathan Morgan, Harman Hen- 
dricks, Amos M. Collins, James B. Hosmer y Timo- 
thy Cowles, Robert Watkinson, David Watkinson, 
Charles Goodwin, Roderick Terry, Daniel P. Hop- 
kins, Samuel Deming-. 

Appointed by the State, William M. Holland. 

Discount days, Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays* 

Alfred Terry, Attorney for the Bank. 

PHOENIX BANK. 

Capital |1,213,000. 
Charles Sigourney, President. 
George Beach, Cashier. 
Directors. 
Charles Sigourney, Ward Woodbridge, Cyprian 
Nichols, Epaphras L. Phelps, Edward P. Cooke, 
Plowden Stevens, Albert Day, Elisha Peck, Samuel 
Tudor, Thomas Day, Charles Seymour. — Appointed 
by the State, Solomon Porter, Samuel H. Hunting-ton. 
Discount days, Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. 

Walter Mitchell, Attorney for the Bank. 
Annual Election, 1st Thursday in September. — Divi- 
dends semi-annually, in March and September. 
BRANCH BANK AT MTCHFIELD. 
James Gould, President. 
Charles Spencer, Cashier. 
Directors. 
James Gould, Asa Bacon, Samuel Buel, David 
C. Sanford, Jabez W. Huntington, David S. Board- 
man, Joseph Battell. 

Seth P. Beers, Attorney for the Bank. 



CONNECTICUT RIVER BANKING COMPANY. 

Alfred Smith, President. 
Horatto Alden, Cashier. 
Directors. 
Alfred Smith, Daniel WadswoTth, Thomas S. Wil- 
liams, James H. Wells, William H. Imlay, Eliphalet 
Averill, Dudley Buck, Edward Watkinson, Richard 
Big"elow. 



Banks. 101 

Banks at New-Haven. 

NE W-HA V EN 11 YNK. 

Capital $335,000. 

TEneas Munson, President. 

Henry R. Pynchon, Cashier, 

Directors. 

JEneas Munson, Henry Denison, R. S. Baldwin, 

Abraham Bradle}-, Wm. Lemng-well, Wm. Bristol, 

Herve}' Sanford,isa*ac Townsend, Henry Trowbridge. 

Days of Discount, Mondays and Saturdays. 

Hours of business, from 10 A. M. till 3 P. M. 



MECHANICS BANK. 

Charles Atwater, President. 
John Fttch, Cashier. 
Directors. 
Charles Atwater, Elihu Sanford, John Babcock, 
Stephen Twining-, J. N. Clark, Nathaniel Bacon, 
Simeon. Marble, Russel Hoyt, James Hunt. 



Banks at New-London. 

UNION BANK. 

Capital $1.00,000. 
William P. Cleaveland, President. 
Ebenezer Learned, Cashier. 
Directors. 
William P. Cleaveland, Jonathan Starr, John Hal- 
lam, Robert Coit, Jonathan Starr, jr. John O. Miner, 
William P. Cleaveland, jr. Archibald Mercer, Wil- 
liam Williams, jr. R. M'Curdy, Jirah Isham,William 
Stearns, Joseph Lawrence. 
William P. Cleaveland, jr. Attorney for the Bank. 



NEW-LONDON BANK. 

Capital $145,000 

Jacob B. Gurlev, President. 

Anthony Thatcher, Cashier. 

Directors. 

Jacob B. Gurley, Isaac Thompson, Thomas W. 

Williams, Noyes Barber, Ezra Chappell, Nathaniel 

S. Perkins, Ralph Isham, Noyes Billing's, Jonathan 

Coit. Discount days, Tuesdays and Fridays. 

Thomas S. Perkins, Attorney for the Bank. 



10£ Banks. 

Banks at Middletown. 

MIDDLETOWN BANK. 

Capital $400,000. 

Elijah Hubbard, President. 

Henry Carrington, Cashier. 

Directors, 

Elijah Hubbard, Nehemiah Hubbard, J. W. Alsop, 

Samuel D. Hubbard, Henry L. DeKo^en, Timothy 

Cowles, Richard Hubbard, Daniel Rand, Joseph 

Taylor, Joseph Hill, Alpheus Starkey. — Appointed 

by the State, Epaphroditus Champion, Senior. 

Discount days, Tuesdays and Fridays. 

Jonathan Barnes, Attorney for the Rank. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY BANK. 

Capital $200,000. 
Henry L. De Koven, President. 
Charles Foot, Cashier. 
Directors. 

Henry L. De Koven, John Alsop, Ebenezer Jack- 
son, jr. Henry Woodward, Noah A. Phelps, John 
Selden, Randolph Pease, Joseph W. Alsop, jr. John 
Stewart, Enoch Foote, Noah Pomeroy. 



Banks at Norwich. 

NORWICH BANK. 

Incorporated 1792. 
Capital $200,000. 
Jabez Hunt in ton, President. 
Francis A. Perkins, Cashier. 
Directors. 
Jabez Huntington, John L. Buswell, Benjamin 
Coit, J. G. W. Trumbull, Joseph Williams, Nathan- 
iel Shipman, Joseph Hunting-ton, George L.Perkins 
James Treat, Jedediah Hunting-ton, Frederick Pe: 
kins, Charles Taintor, John Isham. 

Joseph Williams, Attorney for the Bank. 

Annual Election, 3d Monday in June. — Dividem 

in January and July* 



Banks. 103 

THAMES BANK. 

Capital $-200,000. 
William P." Greene, President. 
Lyman Brewer, Cashier. 
. Directors. 
William P. Greene, Joseph Perkins, William C. 
Xjrilman, Calvin Goddard, Amos A. Hubbard, Adam 
Larrabce, Henry M. Waite, Edward Whiting-, 
James Stedman. 
Annual Election in June. — Dividends in March 
and September. 



Bank at Sloninglon. 

STONINGTON B ANK. 

Capital $53,000, with proviso to increase to $200,000. 
William Randall, President. 
Francis Amy, Cashier. 
Directors. 
William Randall, Giles R. Hallam, William Wil- 
liams, Gurdon Trumbull, William Lord, Joseph D. 
Mason, John W. Hull, Cyrus Williams, Russel 
Wheeler, Erastus T. Smith, Benjamin Pomeroy, 
Jesse D. No3^es. 

Annual Election, first Monday in September. 



Bank at Brooklyn. 

WINDHAM COUfrTY BANK. 

Capital $107,690. 
Joseph Eaton, President. 
Adams White, jr. Cashier. 
Directors. 
Joseph Eaton, Vine Robinson, Andrew T. Judson, 
John M'Clellan, Roger Taintor, E. C. Eaton, Har- 
vey Blash field, James Gordon, Ebenezer Young-, 
William Putnam, Daniel Burgess, Samuel lngalls, 
Asahel Hammond. 

Days of Discount, every Wednesday. 
Annual Election, second Monday in June. 



104 Banks, 

Bank at Bridgeport. 

BRIDGEPORT BANK. 

Capital $100,000. 
Isaac Bronson, President. 
Josiah S. Hoyt, Cashier. 
Directors. • 

Isaac Bronson, Philip A. Cannon, Jessup Wakeman, 
William Peet, Thaddeus Hubbell,Isaac Burroug-hs, 
Sylvanus Sterling-, David Minot, Ebenezer Jessup. 
Annual Election, 1st Wednesday in July. 

Bank at Nor walk. 

FAIRFIELD COUNTY BANK. 

Henry Belden, President. 
E. M. Morgan", Cashier. 
Directors. 
Henry Belden, Eleazer Jessup, Clark Bissell, 
William St. John, Thaddeus Betts, David Holley, 
William I. Street. 

BRANCH BANK AT BANBURY. 
Samuel Tweedy, President. 
Curtiss Clark, Cashier. 
Directors. 
Samuel Tweedy, David Foot, Abel B. Blackman, 
Reuben Booth, David V. B. Baldwin, Friend Starr, 
John F. King-. 

Bank at Tolland. 

TOI^AND COUNTY BANK. . 

Eltsha Stearns, President. 
Elijah Chapman, Cashier. 
Directors. 
Elisha Stearns, Elijah Smith, Erastus Coit, Wil- 
liam C.Gilman, George M. Hyde, John Fitch, Fran- 
cis M'Lean, Joseph B. Pitkin, Ebenezer Clark. 



HARTFORD SAVINGS BANK. 

Ward Woodbridg.e, President. 
Vice Presidents. — James H. Wells, John T. Pe- 
ters, Charles Sig-ourney, John Russ, Isaac Perkins, 
David Watkinson, William Ely, Cyprian Nichols, 
Mason F. Cogswell, Henry Hudson, Samuel Tudor, 
James B. Hosmer. 



Insurance Companies. 10a 

Norm and Smith, jr. Secretary. 
Reuben Lan«don, Treasurer. 
The Office of the Society is open every afternoon 
from 2 to 5 o'clock, Sundays excepted. 



NEW-HAVEN SAVINGS BANK. 

William Bristol, President. 
Vice President. — Obadiah llotchkiss. 
S. J. Hitchcock, Secretary. 



NEW-LONDON SAVINGS BANK. 

Ezra Chappell, President. 
Vice Presidents. — Thomas W. Williams, Ebenezer 
Learned. 

J. C. Sistare, Secretary and Treasurer. 



NORWICH SAVINGS BANK. 

Incorporated in 1824. 
Jabez Huntington, President. 
Vice Presidents. — John L. Busvvell, William C. 
Gilman, Goorge L. Perkins, Joseph Perkins. 
Joseph Williams, Secretary. 
Francis A. Perkins, Treasurer. 
Amount of deposits, $55,000. 
Number of Depositors, 550. 



MIDDLETOWN SAVINGS BANK. 

Nehemiah Hubbard, President. 

Vice Presidents. — Samuel Southmaj'd, Augustus 
Cooke. 

Directors. — Richard Rand, John L. Smith, Geo. 
W. Stanley, Charles Brewer. 

E. G. Southmayd, Secretary and Treasurer. 



INSURANCE COMPANIES. 



INSURANCE COMPANIES AT HARTFORD. 

Hartford Fire Insurance Company. 
Capital $150,000, with power to enlarge it to $250,000. 
Nathaniel Terry, President. 
Walter Mitchell, Secretary. 
Annual Meeting, first Thursday in June. 



106 Insurance Companies. 

JEtna Fire Insurance Company. 

Capital $200,000, with liberty to increase it to $500,000. 

Thomas K. Brace, President. 

James M. Goodwin, Secretary. 

Semi-Annual Meetings in June and December. 

Protection Insurance Company. 

Capital $150,000, with power to enlarge it to $500,000. 

William W. Ellsworth, President. 

Thomas C. Perkins., Secretary. 

Annual Election, first Monday in January. 



INSURANCE COMPANIES AT NEW-HAVEN. 

Marine Insurance Company. 

Capital $50,000. 
Gilbert Totten, President. 
John Shipman, Secretary. 

Ocean Insurance Company. 
Roger Sherman, President. 
Truman Woodward, Secretary and Treasurer. 
Annual Election, first Monday in December. 



INSURANCE COMPANY AT N. LONDON. 

New-London Union Insurance Company. 
Coddington Billings, President. 
David Coit, Secretary. 



INSURANCE OFFICES AT NORWICH. 

Mutual Assurance Company. 
Incorporated in 1795 — Capital, $6,666. 
Ebenezer Huntington, Treasurer. 
Joseph Williams, Secretary. 

Fire Insurance Company. 
Incorporated in 1829— Capital $100,000. 
George L. Perkins, President. 
Joseph Williams, Secretary. 
Annual Meeting, first Wednesday in January, 

WINDHAM CO. MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY. 

Vine Robinson, President. 
A. White, jr. Secretary. 



Bank of the United States. 



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Annual Election, 2d Monday in June. 

Meetings of Directors, *2d Wednesday each month. 



TOLLAND COUNTY MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE 
COMPANY. 

John Fitch, President. 

Jeremiah Parish, Secretary. 
Annual Election, 3d Wednesday in June. 
Meetings of Directors, 3d Wednesday each month. 



WETIIERSFIELD MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMP Y. 

Asher Rohbins, President. 
Annual Election, 3d Monday in January. 
Meetings of Directors, 2d Wednesday each month. 

BANK OF THE UNITED STATES. 



Location. 



At Philadelphia. 
Capital $35,000,000. 



Offices established at 
Portland, Maine, 
Portsmouth, N. H. 
Boston, Mass. 
Providence, R. Island, 
Hartford, Conn. 
New-York city, N.-Y. 
Baltimore, Maryland, 
Washington, Dis. Col. 
Richmond, Virginia, 
Norfolk, .do. 

Fayetteville, N. Car. 
Charleston, S. Car. 
Savannah, Georgia, 
Mobile, Alabama, 
New Orleans, Louis'a. 
St. Louis, Missouri, 
Nashville, Tennessee, 
Louisville, Kentucky, 
Lexington, do. 
Cincinnati, Ohio, 
Pittsburgh, Penn. 
Buffalo, New- York, 
Utica, do. 

Burlington, Vermont. 



President. 



Nicholas Biddle. 



Presidents. 
Joshua Wingate, jr. 
Jeremiah Mason, 
Gardner Greene, 
Philip Allen,. 
Enoch Parsons, 
Isaac Lawrence, 
William Patterson, 
Samuel H. Smith, 
Richard Anderson, 
George Newton, 
John Huske, 
Joseph Johnson, 
John dimming, 
Philip M'Loskey, 
Beverlv Chew, 
John 6'Fallon, 
Josiah Nichol, 
James Hughes, 
John Tilford, 
James Reynolds, 
A. Brackenridge, 
Wm. B. Rochester 
John C. Devereux, 
Heman Allen, 



Cashier. 



William M'llvaine, 
J. Anderson, 1st Ast. 
J.Cowperthwaite,2ri 



Cashiers. 
Scott Greene. 
Eben. Wentworth. 
Sam'l Frothingham. 
Nath'l Waterman,jr. 
Joshua P. Burnham. 
Morris Robinson. 
John White. 
Richard Smith. 
James Robertson. 
Joseph L. Roberts. 
John W. Sandford. 
Peter Bacot. 
James Hunter. 
George Poe, jr. 
Samuel Jaudon. 
Henry S. Coxe. 
John Summerville. 
Edward Shipper. 
James Harper. 
Peter Benson. 
James Correy. 
John R. Carpenter. 
William W. Fmaier. 
Thomas Hockley, 



1 08 Colleges. 

C OLLEG ES. 

YALE COLLEGE NEW-HAVEN. 

FACULTY. 

Rev. Jeremiah Day, S. T. D., LL. D. President. 

Hon. David Daggett, LL. D. Professor of Law. 

Thomas Hubbard-, M. D. Prof, of Surgery and Obstetrics. 

Benjamin Silliman, M. D., LL. D. Professor of Chemistry, 
Pharmacy, Mineralogy, and Geology. 

James L. Kingsley, A. M. Professor of the Hebrew, Greek, 
and Latin Languages. 

Eli Ives, M. D.Prof. of the Theory and Practice of Physic. 

William Tully, M. D. Prof, of Materia Medica and Botanv. 

Rev. Nathaniel W. Taylor, S. T. D. Dwight Professor of 
Didactic Theology. 

Jonathan Knight, M. D. Prof, of Anatomy and Physiology. 

Josiah W. Gibbs, A. M. Professor of Sacred Literature. 

Rev. Eleazer T. Fitch, S. T. D. Professor of Divinity. 

Rev. Chauncey A. Goodrich, A. M. Prof. Rhet. and Oratory. 

Denison Olmsted, A. M. Prof. Matth. and Nat. Philosophy. 

Tutors.— Amos Pettengill, A.M., William A. Larned, A. M. 
Horace Bushnell, A. JVL, Henry Durant, A. M., Robert Mc 
Ewen, A. M., William Carter, A. B., Frederick A. P. Bar- 
nard, A. B. 

Charles A. Coulomb, Instructer in French. 

1 1nstructer in Spanish. 

Charles Upham Shepard,A.B. Assistant to the Prof, of Chem. 

Treasurer. — Hon. James Hillhouse, LL. D. 

Steward. — Stephen Twining, Esq. 



WASHINGTON COLLEGE HARTFORD. 

FACULTY. 
Right Rev. Thomas C.Brownell, D. D., LL. D. President. 
George Sumner, M. D. Professor of Botany. 
Rev. Hector Humphreys, A. M. Prof, of Ancient Languages. 
Hon. W T illiam W/Ellsworth, A. M. Professor of Law. 
Rev. Horatio Potter, A. M. Prof, of Math, and Nat. Phil. 
Rev. Samuel F. Jarvis, D. D. Prof, of Orient. Lang, and Lit. 
J. Smyth Rogers, M. D. Prof, of Chemistry and Mineralogy. 
Rev. Norman Pinney, A. M. Adj. Prof, of Ancient Lang. 
Rev. Francis L. Hawkes, A. M. Professor of Divinity. 
Rev. Smith Pyne, Prof, of Moral Science and Belles Letters. 
Gregory Perdicari, A. M. Instructer in the Greek Language. 
Joseph DeNorris, Teacher of French, Span, and Ital. Lang. 
Augustus F. Lyde, A. B. Librarian. 



Academies. 109 

WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY-MIDDLETOWN. 

[The. Trustees and Visiters of this University have deter- 
mined to commence tire regular course of instruction, on the 
third Wednesday in August, 1831. J 

Rev. Wilbur Fisk, S. T. D. President, and Prof, of Intellectual 
Philos. Logic, Poht. Econ. and the Evi. of Revealed Religion. 

Rev. William C. Larrabee, A. M. Professor of the "Hebrew, 
Greek, and Latin Languages. 

Edwin F. Johnson, Esq. Prof, of Math. Natural Philos. Civil 
Engineering, and Topography. 

Isaac Webb, Esq. Professor of History, Rhetoric, and Moral 
Philosophy. 

Joseph Barratt, M. D. Prof, of Chemistry, Mineralogy, Geol- 
ogy, and Botany. 

, Professor of Modern Languages. 

PHI BETA KAPPA. 

Hon. Roger M. Sherman, ll. d., President. 
Prof. Jonathan Knight, m. d., Vice-President. 
Aaron N. Skinner, Esq., Cor. Secretary* 
Charles Hooker, m. d., Treasurer, 
The Orators elected for the next year are, Hon. 
James Kent, Hon. Edward Everett. 

The Poets elected for the next year are, Ebenezer 
Bailey, Alanson Hamlin, Esquires. 

Connecticut Academy. 
Jeremiah Day, s. t. d. ll. d., President. 
Stephen Twining-, Esq., Treasurer. 
Prof. E. A. Andrews, Secretary. 



ACADEMIES. 



Hartford Grammar School. 
Trustess. — Rev. Nathan Perkins, D. D., Jonathan W. Ed- 
wards, Nathaniel Terry, Daniel Wads worth, Thomas S. Wil- 
liams, Thomas Day, Esqrs., Rev. Joel Hawes, D. D. 
Elijah P. Barrows, Principal 

John E. Edwards, Anthony D. Stanley, Selden W. Skinner, 
Assistants. 

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110 Academies. 

Hartford Female Seminary. 

Miss Catherine E. Beecher, Principal. 

Teachers. — Mrs. Sarah Gamage, Misses Harriet E. Beecher, 

Lucy Reed, Frances A. Strong, Susan B. Brigham, Catharine 

Watson, Ann Fisher, Caroline Munger, Harriet Seymour. 

Prudential Committee. 

H. Hudson, O. D. Cooke, W. W. Ellsworth, Esqrs. 



Norwich Female Academy. [Incorporated 1828.] 
George L. Perkins, Treasurer. 
Joseph Williams, Secretary. 
Trustees— J as. Lanman, Dwight Ripley, Rev. Alfred 
Mitchell,Rev.S.B. Paddock,Rev.W^m. Palmer ,Joseph 
Williams, Jed. Perkins, Erastus Davison, George 
L. Perkins, Thomas Robinson, Russell Hubbard. 
Rev. Daniel Hemingway, Principal. 
Miss J. Inffersoll, > a . . . 
MissL. Cooley, \ Assistants. 

Miss A. T. Lanman, \ Instructress in Drawing 

' ( and Fainting. 
R. Farnsworth,M. d. Lecturer in Chemistry, S?c. 
W. Hooker, m. d. Lecturer in NaVl. Theology. 

Plainfield Academy. 
John Witter, a. m. Principal. 
Warren B. Dutton, a. b. > a . .. 
Hiram A. Tracy, \ ■*""*»**• 

Tolland Academy. [Incorporated May > 1829.] 
Trustees — Rev. Ansel Nash, Calvin Willey, Jere- 
miah Parish, Elisha Stearns, Elijah Chapman, Rev. 
George A. Calhoun, Rev. Lavius Hyde, Rev. Wm. 
Ely, John Fitch, Zebulon Crocker, Zalmon Storrs, 
Hiram Rider. 

Hubbard, Instructer. 

Litchfield Female Academy. 
Sarah Pierce, > , . 
John P. Brace, \ ************ 
Trustees— Erederick Wolcott, Phineas Miner, S. 
P. Beers, William Buel, John R. Landon, Daniel 
Sheldon, Truman Smith, Jabez W. Huntington, 
John P. Brace, Leonard Goodwin. 



Academies. 1 1 1 

Episcopal Academy, (Cheshire.) 
Rev. Christian P. (J ruse, Preceptor. 
Mrs. Cruse, Instructress toFemale Department. 
Vacations, four weeks from 1st Monday in May — 
four weeks from 1st Monday in September. 

Morris Academy. (Litchfield, South Farms.) 

Samuel M. E nsign, Instructer. 
Trustees — Daniel Lamson, Ephraim S. Hall, Isaac 

Ensign. 

Torringford Academy. 

Moore, Principal. 

Trustees — William Battell, Thaddeus Griswold, 
Vci Curtis, Horace Gillett, Giles A. Gay lord. 

Farminglon Academy. 
Simeon Hart, jr. a. m., Principal. 
Edward L. Hart, Assistant. 
Trustees — Rev. Noah Porter, d. d., Timothy Pit- 
kin, Edward Hooker, George Cowles, James K. 

Camp. 

Ashford Academy. 
Ebenezer Denison, Principal. 
Trustees— Dyer Clark, Alva Simmons, Joseph 
Palmer, Stephen F. Palmer, Rev. Philo Judson. 

Union Academy, (Sharon.) 
II. Close, Principal. 
Miss M. Gould, Assistant. 

Wilton Academy. 
Hawley Olmsted, Principal. 

East-Haddam Academic School. 
Nathan L. Foster, Principal. 

Guilford Academy. 
Samuel Robinson, jr., Instructer. 
Trustees — Miner Bradley, Samuel Elliot, George 

Landon. 

Stratford Academy. 
Committee — Daniel Judson, M, Nicol. 
Asa Curtis, Treasurer* 



112 Academies, 

Ellington School. 
John Hall, Principal. 
Luther Wright, Zebulon Crocker, Ariel Parish, 

Instructers. 

Fairfield Academy. 
Rev. Chauncey G. Lee, a. m. Principal. 

New-London Grammar School. 
Ulysses Dow, Principal. 

Bacon Academy, (Colchester.) 
Charles P. Otis, Principal. 
Samuel H. Fox, Dillon Williams, Assistants. 
Trustees — J. R. Watrous, M. Bradford, J. Isham. 

Wethey*sjield Female Seminary. 
Rev. Joseph Emerson, Principal. 
Mn. Emerson, Preceptress. 
Miss N. Emerson, Assistant. 
Latin School — T. G. Brainard, Principal. 

Brooklyn Academy. 
Trustees — Vine Robinson, William Putnam, D. 
P. Tyler, George Benson, Ebenezer Young, Harvey 
Blashfield, Philip Scarborough. 

Daniel P. Tyler, Secretary & Treasurer. 
W. Wilmasth, Preceptor. 

Goshen Academy. 
Rev. John D. Pierce, Principal. 
David S, By on, Assistant. 
Trustees — Erastus Lyman, Samuel W. Gold, Sam- 
uel Lyman, Truman Starr, Lewis M. Norton, Geo. 

Stanley. 

Burlington Academy. 
Trustees — Flavel Beckwith, Edward Fields, Mar- 
tin Hale, Willard Hitchcock, Enoch Cornwall. 

Lee's Academy, (Madison.) [Incorporated in 1825.] 
Oliver Baker, Jnstructer. 
Trustees—Frederick Lee, Rev. David Baldwin* 
Rev. Samuel N. Shepard, Reynold Webb, 



American Asylum. 113 

New-Haven Gymnasium. 
Rev. S. E. Dwight, a. m. > p rincina i s 
Henry E. Dwight, a. m. \ ^ rinCi P als ' 

8. E. Dwight, Jnstructer in Latin and Greek. 

H. E. Dwight, Jnstructer in Geography, History 
and German. 

John Andrews, Instructer in Latin and Greek. 

Timothy Dwight, Instructer in Mathematics. 

Jean Louis Noros, Instructer in French. 

Feaquim Rovira, Instructer in Spanish. 

E. D. North, Instructer in Elocution. 

Julius Meiere, Instructer in Penmanship. 

Frederick W. Chapman, Schoolmaster. 



AMERICAN ASYLUM, 

FOR THE EDUCATION AND INSTRUCTION OF DEAF AND 
DUMB PERSONS. 

Hon. Nathaniel Terry, President. 
Vice Presidents, elected in May, 1830. — Mason F. Cogs- 
well, Joseph Battell, Ward Woodbridge, Henry Hudson, 
Thomas Day, Samuel Tudor, Willim Ely, Stephen 
Whitney. 

Directors by Election.— David Watkinson, Jas. Ward, 
William Watson, Charles Seymour, John Butler, James 
B. Hosmer, Barzillai Hudson, Seth Terry, Thomas S. 
Williams, John Beach. 

[Besides these, there are eight Vice Presidents for Life, 
by subscription of $200 and upwards, and twenty-eight 
Directors for Life, by subscription of $100 and upwards.] 
Daniel P. Hopkins, Secretary. 
James II. Wells, Treasurer. 
William Ely, Commissioner of the Fund. 
Instructors. — Lewis Weld, A. M. Principal. 
Assistants. — Laurent Clerc, Rev. William W. Turner, 
A. M., Harvey P. Peet, A. M., Rev. Horatio N. Brins- 
made, A. M., David E. Bartlett, A. B., Charles Rock- 
well, A. B., Wilson Whiton, George H. Loring, Fisher 
A. Spofford. 

Steward. — Harvey P. Peet. 
Matron. — Mrs. Peet. 
Mason F. Cogswell, > ^ - , mi 

James H. Wells, \ Com - f or admlss ' °/P u P^- 
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1 14 Retreat for the Insane. 

Vacations begin on the last Wednesdays in April and 
September, and continue four weeks each. The time 
of admitting pupils, is at the close of the spring vaca- 
tion. Punctuality in this respect, is very important. 

RETREAT FOR THE INSANE. 
His Excellency Gideon Tomlinson, President. 
Rt. Rev. Thomas C. Brownell, Vice President. 
Charles Sheldon, Secretary. 
James Ward, Treasurer. 
Oliver D. Cooke, Auditor. 
Phineas Talcott, Steward. — Mrs. Talcott, Matron. 
Directors. — Eli Todd, Samuel B. Woodward, Mason 
F. Cogswell, John Russ, George Sumner, John Rutler, 
Cyprian Nichols, Charles Sheldon, Roderick Terry, 
Thomas C. Perkins, James Ward, James B. Hosmer, 
Thomas H. Gallaudet, Joseph Trumbull, Daniel P. 
Hopkins, Gaius Lyman, John Olmsted, John L. Corn- 
stock, Isaac D. Bull, Edward P. Terry. 

Visitors. — Mason F. Cogswell, Samuel B.Woodward, 
George Sumner, John L. Comstock, Edward P. Terry, 
Horatio Gridley. 

Physician. — Eli Todd. 



GENERAL HOSPITAL SOCIETY, 

W 7 illiam Leffingwell, Esq. President. 
Hon. John S. Peters, Vice President. 
Dr. John Skinner, Treasurer. 
Dr. Nathan B. Ives, Secretary. 
William Leffingwell, Esq., Dr. V. M. Dow, Dr. Jona- 
than Knight, Prudential Committee. 

CONNECTICUT COLONIZATION SOCIETY. 
His Excellency Gideon Tomlinson, President. 
Hon. John T. Peters, Hartford, ) Tr . ~ ., ' 
Prof. B. Silliman, Yale College, \ Vlce Presidents. 
Rev. T. H. Gallaudet, Secretary. 
Seth Terry, Esq. Treasurer. 
Managers. — His Honor John S. Peters, Hon. Ebene- 
zer Young, Rev. Joel H. Linsley, Rev. Samuel Merwin, 
Right Rev. T. C. Brownell, Rev. Leonard Bacon, Seth 
P. Beers, Esq. Hon. John Alsop, Hon. Ralph I. Ingersoll. 



Connecticut Bible Society, <$c 115 

WINDHAM COUNTY COLONIZATION SOCIETY, 

Auxiliary to the State Colonization Society. 
Hon. Ebenezer Young, President. 
Rev. Samuel J. May, Vice President. 
Chauncey F. Cleaveland, Esq. Secretary. 
E. B. Newbury, Treasurer. 
D. P. Tyler, Esq., Darius Matthewson, Esq., Rev. 
Roswell Whitmore, Managers. 



CONNECTICUT BIBLE SOCIETY. 
Rev. Samuel Nott, D. D. President. 
Vice Presidents. — Rev. Calvin Chapin, D. D., John 
Hall, Esq., Rev. Joel Hawes, D. D., Jabez Hunting- 
ton, Esq. 

Henry Hudson, Secretary. 
James R. Woodbridge, Treasurer. 
Directing Committee. — Samuel Pitkin, Rev. Henry A. 
Rowland, Rev. Joab Brace, Charles Hosmer, Rev. Joel 
H. Linsley, Rev. Caleb J. Tenney, Rev. Bela Kellogg, 
Rev. Shubael Bartlett, Eliphalet Terry, Rev. David 
Smith, Rev. Horace Hooker, Joseph Trumbull, Rev. 
Samuel Spring, Oliver D. Cooke, Rev. John Bartlett, 
Elisha Hart, Normand Smith, jr. Daniel P. Hopkins. 
Charles Hosmer, Hartford, General Agent. 

New- Haven County Bible Society. 
Rev. Jeremiah Day, d.d. ja,. d., President. 
Vice-Presidents— Rev. Samuel Merwin, Bennet 
JBronson, Esq. Joseph Foot, m. d. Eleazer F. Back- 
us, Esq. Rev. John Pratt, Rev. Aaron Dutton. 
Henry White, Esq. Secretary. 
Samuel J. Hitchcock, Esq. Treasurer. 
Executive Committee — Timothy Dwight, Claudius 
Herrick, Wm. K. Townsend, James E. Hotchkiss. 
Cleaveland J. Salter, Depositary. 

New-London and vicinity Bible Society auxiliary to the 

American Bible Society. 

Hon. Elias Perkins, President. 

Vice-Presidents — William P. Cleaveland, Rev. A. 

McEwen, Rev. Bethel Judd, Rev. Daniel Wildman, 

William W. Rodman, Charles Griswold. 



1 16 Bible Societies, fyc. 

Charles Butler, jr. Secretary. 
Robert Coit, Treasurer. 
Ebenezer Learned, Thomas W. Williams, Jona- 
than Starr, jr., Executive Committee. 

Bible Society, Norwich. 
Zachariah Huntingdon, President. 
James Stedman, Vice-President. 
Joseph Hunting-ton, Secretary. 
Henry Strongs Treasurer. 

Auxiliary Bible Society of East-Haddam and vicinity. 
Josiah Griffin, Esq. President. 
Vice-Presidents — Rev. Joseph Vaill* Samuel C. 
Selden, Cheves Brainerd, Rev. Charles Bentley, 
Rev. Alvan Ackley, F. G. Comstock. 
Rev. Isaac Parsons, Secretary. 
Dr. Richard Warner, Treasurer. 
Deac. Cephas Cone, Auditor. 

Connecticut Branch of the American Tract Society. 
Rev. Joel H. Linsley, President. 
James R. Woodbridg-e, Vice President. 
Andrew Kingsbury, Treasurer. 
Charles Hosmer, General Ag-ent. 

Connecticut Branch of the Am. Education Society. 

At a meeting of the Societ} 7 held at Wethersfield, 
June 16th, 1830, — it was voted,. that the members of 
the General Association for the time being, be mem- 
bers of the Connecticut Branch of the American 
Education Society. 

Hon. Thomas Day, President. 

Joseph Battell, Esq., Vice-President. 

Rev. William W. Turner, Secretary. 

Eliphalet Terry, Esq., Treasurer. 
Directors — Rev. Jeremiah Day, d. d. Rev. Joel 
Hawes, d. d. Rev. Nathaniel W. Taylor, d. d. Prof. 
Chauncey A. Goodrich, Rev. Samuel Merwin, Rev. 
Leonard Bacon, Rev. Samuel Spring-. 



•Missionary Societies. 117 

MISSIONARY SOCIETY OF CONNECTICUT. 

Andrew Kingsbury, Esq. Treasurer. 

Rev. Horace Hooker, Auditor. 
Trustees — Hon. Jonathan Brace, John Caldwell, 
Samuel Pitkin, Jonathan W. Edwards, John Hall, 
Seth Terry, Esq'rs. Rev. Nathan Perkins, d. d. 
Rev. Calvin Chapin, d. d. Rev. Sanwel Goodrich, 
Rev. Henry A. Rowland, Rev. Noah Porter, d. d. 
ftev. Joel Hawes, d. d. 

DOMESTIC MISSIONARY SOCIETY OF CONNECTICUT. 

Rev. Horace Hooker, Secretary. 

Andrew Kingsbury, Esq. Treasurer. 

Seth Terry, Esq. Auditor. 
Directors^— Hon. Jonathan Brace, John Caldwell, 
Samuel Pitkin, Jonathan W. Edwards, John Hall, 
Esq'rs. ; and Rev. Messrs. Nathan Perkins, d. d. 
Joel Hawes, d. d. Calvin Chapin, d. d. Zenhaniah 
Swift, Timothy P. Gillett, Edward Bull, Samuel 
Backus, Henry Benedict, Thomas Punderson, Da- 
rius O. Griswold, Leonard E. Lathrop, Aaron Ho- 
vey, Ansel Nash. ^_ ■ 

American Board of Commissioners* for Foreign 
Missions. 
Hon: John Cotton Smith, President. 
Hon. Stephen Van Rensselaer, Vice-President. 
Rev. Calvin Chapin, d. d. Rec. Secretary. 
Prudential Committee — Hon. William Reed, Rev. 
Leonard Woods, d. d. Jeremiah Evarts, Esq. Hon. 
Samuel Hubbard, Rev. Warren Fay, d. d. Rev. 
Benjamin B. Wisner, d. d. 
Jeremiah Evarts, Esq. Corresponding" Secretary. 
Rev. Rufus Anderson, David Greene,Ass't. See's. 
Henry Hill, Esq. Treasurer. 
John Tappan, Charles Stoddard, Esqs. Auditors. 

Auxiliary Foreign Missionary Society of New-London 
and vicinity. 
Hon. Elias Perkins, President. 
Rev. Abel McEwen, William P. Cleaveland,Esq. 
Vice-Presidents. 
E.phraim Cheeseb rough, Secretary. 
William P. Cleaveland, jr. Treasurer. 



118 Temperance Societies. 

General Episcopal Theological Seminary, 
Trustees. — Rev. Messrs. Burhans, Croswell, Marsh, 
Judd, Mr. Nathan Smith, Mr. Samuel W. Johnson, Mr. 
Richard Adams, Mr. Burrage Beach. 

Society for the Promotion of Christian Knowledge. 
Rev. Harry Croswell, President. 
John S. Stone, Vice President. 
Philip S. Galpin, Treasurer. 
Charles Hooker, Secretary. 

Hartford Female Beneficent Society. 
Mrs. Mary Grew, President. 
Mrs. Thomas S. Williams, Secretary. 
Mrs. Thomas Chester, Treasurer. 



TEMPERANCE SOCIETIES. 

State Temperance Society. 
Rev. Jeremiah Day, d. d. ll. d. President. 
Rev. Stephen Crosby, Secretary. 
Francis Parsons, Esq. Treasurer. 
Daniel Frost, jr. Esq. Agent. 

Hartford County Temperance Society. 

Hon. Timothy Pitkin, ll. d. President. 
Vice-Presidents — Samuel B. Woodward, Samuel 
Pitkin, Calvin Barber, William W. Ellsworth. 

Directors — Seth Terry, Amos M. Collins, Moses 
Goodman, jr. David F. Robinson. 

Rev. Samuel H. Riddel, Secretary. 
Milo L. North, m. d. Treasurer. 

New-Haven County Temperance Society. 
Hon. David Daggett, ll.d. President. 
Vice-Presidents — Hon. Simeon Baldwin, E. Fowler, 
Bennet Bronson, Reuben Rice, Samuel Robinson, 
Joseph Foot, Leman Stone, Silas Hitchcock, Esq's, 
A. N". Skinner, Esq. Secretary. 
Rev. Amasa Porter, Treasurer, 



Hartford Co, Agricultural Society. 119 

Neic-London County Temperance Society, (Norwich.) 
William P. Greene, President. 
J. Isham, F. A. Perkins, Vice-Presidents. 
William C. Gilman, Secretary. 
F. A. Perkins, Treasurer. 
D wig-ht Ripley, Auditor. 

TVindham County Temperance Society. 
Darius Matthewson, President. 
Vice-Presidents — Daniel Frost, jr. Georg-e Benson, 
Philip Pearl, jr. 

Rev. Ambrose Edson, Secretary. 

Edwin Newbury, Treasurer. 2763 members. 

New-London County Temperance Society, (N. London.) 
William P. Cleaveland, Esq. President. 
Joseph C. Sistare, Treasurer. 
Andrew M. Frink, Secretary. 

Middlesex County Temperance Society. 
Charles Griswold, Esq. President. 
Vice-Presidents — Nehemiah Hubbard, Clark Nott, 
Daniel White, Rev. Asa King", Dr. Richard War- 
ner, Rev. Pierpont Brockett. 

Rev. William Case, Secretary. 

Fairfield County Temperance Society. 
His Excellency Gideon Tomlinson, President. 
Daniel B. Cooke, Lemuel Sanford, V. PresVs. 
Rev. John H. Hunter, Secretary. 

Litchfield County Temperance Society. 
Hon. John Cotton Smith, ll. d. President. 
E. Goodman, Secretary. 
Doct. Alanson Abbe, Treasurer. 

HARTFORD COUNTY AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. 

Charles A. Goodrich, President, 
William H. Imlay, 1st Vice-President. 
Horace Cowles, 2d do. 

Austin Kilbourn, Recording" Secretary. 
Daniel P. Hopkins, Corresponding 1 do. 
George Putnam, Treasurer. 
Henry C. Porter, Auditor. 



120 •Mechanic Societies. 

Charles Robinson, Chairman Viewing* Committee. 
David W. Grant, Chairman Com. of Inspection. 
Daniel St. John, Chairman Com. on Ploughing'. 
Nathan Johnson, Chairman Com. on Dom. Manuf's. 
Harvey Seymour, Seedsman. 

MECHANICS SOCIETY OF HARTFORD. 
Henry Hudson, President. 
Vice-Presidents — Horace Goodwin, 2d. Daniel 
Copeland, Eli Gilman. 

Elon Gleason, Secretary. 
Nathan Allyn, Treasurer and Collector. 
Joseph Church, Auditor. 
Prudential Committee — Jeremy Hoadley, William 
Hayden, Nathan Allyn, Joseph Church, George 
Barnard. 

The Society have a library of about 800 vols, un- 
der'the direction of a committee of five persons. 
Annual meeting*, 1st Monday in January. 

MECHANICS SOCIETY, NEW-HAVEN. 

Isaac Townsend, President. 
Directors— John Durrie, Simeon Marble, Isaac 
Mix, Isaac Thompson. 
Joel Atwater, Treasurer. Giles Mansfield, Cl'k. 

MECHANICS SOCIETY, NORWICH. 

Horace Colton, President. 
Edward Coit, Secretary. 
Alpheus Kingsley, Treasurer. 

Norwich Lyceum and .Mechanics Institute. 
[Incorporated 1830.] 
Francis A. Perkins, President. 
Worthington Hooker, Cor. Secretary. 
Lyman Brewer, Treasurer. 

Young Men's Society for Improvement^ Norwich. 

John T. Wait-, President. 
S. T. Hyde, O. P. Ramsdell, Vice-Presidents. 
E. H. Brewster, Sec'y. I. L'Hommedieu, Treas. 



Schools. 121 

[The following Schools were omitted in their proper 
place, and are inserted here.] 
Hartford Academy. 
Rev. Reuben Sherwood, Rector. 
Allen C. Morgan, Assistant. 
Trustees. — Hon. John T. Peters, John Morgan. 
Esq., Charles Sigourncy, Esq., Wm. H. Imlay, Esq., 
Jeremy Hoadley,Esq., Rev. J. M. Wainwright, d.d. 
Isaac Perkins, Esq., Griffin Stedman, Esq., Rt. Rev. 
T. C. Brownell,D. d. ll. d., Cyprian Nichols, Esq., 
H. Huntington, jr. Esq. 

Mrs. Kinneer's Female Seminary, [Hartford.) 
Mrs. Kinneer, Principal. 
Miss K. D. Morrison, Assistant. 
Miss M. Morrison, Teacher of Reading. 
Prof. Pinney, cf Washington College, Mathematics. 

Belles Lettres and Philosophy. 
Prof. DeNorris, of W. College, Modern Lauguages. 
Mr. W. Taylor, Prof, of Music. 

JVew-FIaven Young Ladles Institute. 
Prof. Ethan A. Andrews, > Ppinp - a]s 
Mrs. Lucy C. Andrews, $ f rincipais. 
Instructers. 
Prof. E. A. Andrews, Anc't Lang's & Mental Phil. 
Prof. W". Tulley, m. d. Botany. 

I. G. Porter, a.m. Moral Philatelies Lettres & Hist. 
S. French, a. m. Mathematics & Natural Philosophy. 

E. D. North, a. m. Elocution. 

C. A. Coulomb, a. m. French Lang'e & Literature. 
G. S. Estano, a. m. Spanish Language & Literature. 
R. Bakewell, jr. Drawing and Painting. 

F. C. Schaffer, Manners and Dancing. 

T. C. Stoughton, Vocal and Instrumental Music. 

Miss Rebecca Salter, ) r < , i n/r . 

Tvr;™r^ v ci • > Instrumental Music. 

Miss Caroline Ship man, $ 

JSTomoick Water Power Company. 
[Incorporated in 1828— Capital $40,000.] 
William P. Greene, President. 
William C. Gilman, Secretary and Treasurer. 
Directors. — William P. Greene, Joseph Perkins, Wm. 
•. Gilman, Edward Whiting, Russel Hubbard. 
11 



122 Senatorial Districts. 

SENATORIAL DISTRICTS. 

[By reference to the Map, facing the title page, the District 
lines may be seen, as established by an act of the Legislature, 
and to continue in force until the session of the General As- 
sembly, in May, 1831. — The figures, from 1 to 21, on the 
Map, refer to the figures in the following table.] 

District No. 1. — Includes Hartford, Wethersfield, Berlin, and 
Southington. 

No. 2.— Enfield, Suffield, East- Windsor, East-Hartford, Glas- 
tenbury, Marlborough, and Manchester. 

No. 3. — Hartland, Granby, Simsbury, Windsor, Canton, Far- 
mington, Burlington, and Bristol. 

No. 4. — New-Haven, Hamden, Milford, Orange, and North 
Haven. 

No. 5. — Woodbridge, Derby, Oxford, Southbury, Middlebury, 
Waterbury, Prospect, and Wolcott. 

No. 6. — East Haven, Cheshire, Meriden, Wallingford, Bran- 
ford, Guilford, and Madison. 

No. 7. — New-London, Groton, Stonington, and Waterford. 

No. 8. — Norwich, North Stonington, Preston, Griswold, Lisbon, 
and Franklin. 

No. 9. — Lyme, Colchester, Lebanon, Montville, Salem, and 
Bozrah. 

No. 10. — Fairfield, Bridgeport, Stratford, Huntington, Weston, 
Trumbull, and Monroe. 

No. 11. — Danbury, Reading, Ridgefield, Newtown, Brookfield, 
New-Fairfield, and Sherman. 

No. 12. — Norwalk, Darien, Stamford," Greenwich, New Ca- 
naan, and Wilton. 

No. 13. — Brooklyn, Canterbury, Chaplin, Hampton, Plain- 
field, Sterling, Voluntown, and Windham. 

No. 14. — Ashford, Killingly, Pom fret, Thompson, and Wood- 
stock. 

No. 15. — Litchfield, Harwinton, New-Hartford, Torrington, 
Winchester, Barkhamsted, and Colebrook. 

No. 16. — New Mirford, Warren, Washington, Roxbury, Beth- 
lem, Woodbury, Watertown, and Plymouth. 

No. 17. — Salisbury, Canaan, Norfolk, Sharon, Cornwall, Go- 
shen, and Kent. 

No. 18. — Middletown, Chatham, and Durham. 

No. 19. — Haddam,EastHaddam, Killingworth, and Saybrook. 

No. 20. — Tolland, Ellington, Somers, Stafford, Union, and 
Willington. 

No. 21. — Bolton, Coventry, Columbia, Hebron, Mansfield, and 
Vernon. 



Mililia. 123 

MILITIA. 



HIS EXCELLENCY 

GIDEON TOMLINSON, 

Captain General and Commander-in-Chief. 
Col. Solomon Porter, ) „.*-, ^ 

Col. William W. Boardman, \ -^rds-de-Camp. 

HIS HONOR 

JOHN S. PETERS, Lieutenant-General. 

Major- General George Cowles, Adjutant- General. 
Gen. Nathan Johnson, Quarter-Master- General. 
Colonel James Ward, Commissary-General. 
Major Hezekiah Goddard, Paymaster- General. 
GOVERNOR'S GUARDS. 
First Company, Horse. 

James Goodwin, jr. Major Commandant. 

Thomas H. Marshall, Capt. and 1st Lieut. 

Charles Bliss, 2d Lieutenant. 

William J. Denslow, Cornet. 

George Seymour, Quarter Master. 
Seeond Company, Horse. 

Joshua Barnes, jr. Major Commandant. 

Bayard Barnes, Capt. and 1st Lieut. 

, 2d Lieut. 

: , Cornet. 

. Calvin Downs, Quarter Master. 

First Company, Foot. v 

Jonathan Goodwin, Major Commandant. 

John W. Bull, Capt, and 1st Lieut. 

Edmund B. Stedman, 2d Lieut. 

Horace B. Washhurn, 3d Lieut. 

Calvin Day, 4th Lieut. 

F. Stanley Benton, Ensign. 

Second Company, Foot. 

James E. Hotchkiss, Major Commandant. 

John Merriman, Capt. and 1st Lieut. 

Andrew Benton, 2d Lieut. 

Matthew H. Read, 3d Lieut. 

Lucius K. Dow, 4th Lieut. 

Everard Benjamin, Ensign. 



] 24 Militia. 

INFANTRY. 

FIRST DIVISION. 

Consisting of the First and Second Brigades; .. 

Walter Booth, Esq. Major General. 
Major George D-Cowles, > Aidg . de . c 
Major Isaac I. Tibbals, $ "*" 

Lieut. Col. Horatio N. Fowler, Division Inspector. 
Major Elias Holt, Division Quarter Master. 
FIRST BRIGADE. 
Consisting of 1st, 6th, 14th, 17th, and 25th Regiments 
Infantry, and 1st and 4th Regiments Cavalry. 
Chester Grannis, Esq. Brigadier General. 
Charles Mygatt, Aid-de-Camp. 
Charles Robinson, Brigade Major and Inspector. 
Charles Cowles, Brigade Quarter Master. 
First Regiment. 
William Hayden, Colonel. 
Thomas Roberts, Lieut. Col. C. G. Birge, Major. 
Cicero Phelps, Adjutant ; Sanford B. Grant, Quarter 
Master ; W. H. Hollister, Pay Master ; Menzies Ray- 
n«r, Chaplain; Wm. H. Rockwell, Surgeon. 
Flank Companies. 
Captain. Lieutenant. Ensign. 

Hezekiah Davis, E. S. Hamilton, J. T. Bebee. 
E. Latimer, C. Churchill, E. Whaples, jr. 

Rifle Company. 
John P. Jones, Ralph Goodwin, Lemuel Howlet. 

Battalion Companies. 
Chas. Abernethy, G. W. Corning, S. S. Bolles, 
Timo. Williams, L. Stockbridge, Morris Earle, 
Jacob Griswold, John Hanmer, L. B. Wells, 
James Loomis, S. Bower, E. Chapman, 

Hiram Roberts, Nelson Tuller, 
E. G. Allyn, Ira Soper, Eli Phelps, 

Timo. Woodruff, George Butler, R. G. Wells. 

Sixth Regiment. 
Levi Coe, Colonel. 
Amos Miller, Lieut. Col. John Wyse, Major. 
Phineas Coe, Adjt. ; Micah Harrison, Qr .Mast. ; 
Edwin F. Ackley, Paymaster ; James Noyes, Chap- 
lain ; Henry Holmes, Surgeon ; Isaac W. Baldwin, 
Surgeon's Mate. 



Militia. 



125 



Flank Company. 
Captain. Lieutenant. * Ensign. 

Levi Mitchell, E. B. Pelton, Titus Whitmore, 

Rifle Companies. 
L. D. Vanzands, Samuel Starr, Wm. J. Gilbert, 
Sam'l Wilcox, Jona. Penfield, Ja's W. White, 
Ebenezer Post, Henry D. Smith, Enoch Coe, 
P. Sturtcvant, Noah Robinson, Elias B. Meigs. 

Battalion Companies. 
Wm. H. Niles, W.P.Southmayd, Rob't Johnson, 

Erastus Deming, Wait Robbins, 



William Hyde, 
Bethuel Roberts, 

B, Whetmore, 
Lysis Lamb, 
Alfred Bailey, 

C. L. Shepherd, 
Charles Miller, 



Simon Smith, 
Wm. Bulkley, 
Dan'l Hubbard, 
Ch's Grisvvold, 
Wm. A. Hart, 



Cornwall Sage, 
Aaron Welden, 
Wm. W. Coe, 

L. Hickcox. 



Fourteenth Regiment. 
Solomon S. Flagg, Colonel. 
Francis Hart, Lieut. Col. Edward Tillotson, Maj. 
Thomas Brace, Adjt.; Ii a Stanley, jr. Qr. Master ; 
Austin F.Williams, Paymaster; Jonathan Cogswell, 
Chaplain ; John R. Lee, Surgeon ; Henry C. Hart, 
Surgeon's Mate. 

Captain. Lieutenant. , Ensign. 

Flank Companies. 
Roswell Moore, Carlos Curtiss, Eli Moore, 
Erastus Scott, Sid'y Woodruff, Ezekiel Porter. 

Rifle Company. 
Oliv'r Pettibone, Earl Frisbie, Caleb Scovell. 

Battalion Companies. 
Elijah O.Gridley, Giles Stillman, W. Fairchild, 
Seth Hooker, Norris Peck, Oliver Moore, 
G.W.Southworth Lemuel Wells, George Francis, 
D. B. Hinman, James G. Peck, 
J. F.G.Andrews, Oliver Andrews, Fred. Woodruff, 
Z. Woodford, Oliver Tillotson, Elizur Porter, 
Ruel Palmeter, William Bull, Joel Bunnel, 
M. H. Morgan, Bcnj. B. Aplin, Marvin Gager, 

11* 



1%G Militia. 

Seventeenth Regiment, 
Isaac Phelps, Colonel. 

James Cornish, Lieut. Col. , Major, 

George C. Owen, Adj. ; Alonzo Phelps, Qr. Mas- 
ter; William C. Gay, Paymaster; Allen McLean y 
Chaplain ; Joseph F. Jewett, Surgeon. 
Flank Companies. 
Captain. ' Lieutenant. Ensign. 

Wm. H. Owen, George Lewis, Ph's Harmon, 
Willy's Clemons, A. B. Holmes, Philo Clemens. 

Battalion Companies. 
Virg. Pettibone, Obed Higia^, Jeremiah Eno, 
John Carrol, Edw'd Spencer, Wm. G. Cooper, 
Moses Ensign, B. B. Bacon, Peter O. Buel, 
Lot Pinney, Gilbert Cowles, Jos. E. Pinney, 

Luther Higley, George Mills, 
Artemas King, Milton Owen, Judah Phelps, 
A. N. Holcomb, Milo Holcomb, Horace Kendall, 
Ja's M. Dibble, B. E. Merriman, Lewis Holcomb, 
A. Humphrey, L. Humphrey, A.N.Humphrey. 
A. Holcomb, Stow Holcomb, Geo. D. Lane. 

Twenty-Fifth Regiment. 
Samuel L, Pitkin, Colonel. 
Harvey Holkins, Lt. Col. John B. Chapman, Maj. 
Joseph Ellsworth, Adjt. ; Anson K. Parsons, Qr. 
Master; Samuel H. Parsons, Pay Master; S. H 
Riddel, Chaplain ; Horatio Dow, Surgeon ; H. Wat- 
son, Surgeon's Mate. 

Flank Company. 
Captain. Lieutenant. Ensign. 

G. D.Wood ward, Ralph Watson, Owen Drake. 

Rifle Companies. 
Lemuel Crane, Eli Gillett, W r . Stoughton, 

George Hunt, N. Buckland, Eli Fitch. 

Battalion Companies. 
Fi *s Stoughton, Erastus Foster, Horace Grant, 
Gideon Weils, Henry House, Horace Talcott, 
Charles Forbs, George Barber, H. H. Hills, 
Eli Pitkin, Francis Keeney, D. B. Lyman, 

Jos. S. Bartlett, Rufus A. Bush, Alman Noble, 
Horace Lattimer, William White, Arnold Keeney, 
H. T. Horton, Normand Hart, D. H. Stevens, 
Sandford Grant, F. McLean, jr. JuliusL. Strong. 



Militia. 127 

CAVALRY. 

First Regiment. 
Orrin Holt, Colonel. Jeremy Bliss, Major. 
Ebenezcr Pinney, Adjt. ; Elisha Peck, Quarter 
Master; Elisha Johnson, Pay Master; Samuel S. 
Mallary, Chaplain; Aldcn Skinner, Surgeon ; Horace 
C. Gillet, Surgeon's Mate ; Pinney Case, Trumpet 
Major. 

1st Company. Oliver C. Phelps, jr. Capt. ; Robert 
Wilcox., jr. 1st Lieut. ; Zelotes A. Phelps, 2d. Lieut.; 
Charles E. Cornish, Cornet. 

2d. Frederick Marsh, Capt.; Asahel C. Stiles, 1st 
Lieut. ; Frederick W. Grant, 2d Lieut. ; James A. 
Thompson, Cornet. 

3d. Chauncey Paul, Capt. ; Philip Corbin, 1st 
Lieut. ; Chauncey Greggs, 2d Lieut. ; Elthan Paul, 
Cornet. 

4th. Levi Bullen, Capt. ; Loring Pinney, 1st 
Lieut. ; Lorin Goudy, 2d Lieutenant. 



Fourth Regiment, 

: — >} Colonel. Chauncey Howe, Major. 

N. W. Stanley, Adjutant ; Ebenezer M. Cowles, 
Quarter Master; Samuel W. Griswold, Pay Master ; 
Charles A. Goodrich, Chaplain ; Caleb H. Austin, 
Surgeon ; Ralph N. Bailey Surgeon's Mate. 

1st Company. Elihu Plum, Capt. ; Daniel M. Ba- 
con, 1st Lieut. ; Sylvester Hall, 2d Lieut. ; Sylves- 
ter Hubbard, Cornet. 

2d. Alpheus R. Woodruff, Capt. ; Theodocius 
Clarke, 1st Lieut. ; Carolos R. Byington, 2d L't. ; 
Willard W. Pierson, Cornet. 

3d. Chauncey Porter, Capt. ; Chauncey Corn- 
well, 1st Lieut. ; William G. Rowe, 2d Lieut, ; 
Luther Woodford, Cornet. 

4th. Robert Bobbins, Capt. ; John North, 1st 
Lieut. ; Frederick Dunham, 2d Lt. ; Harris Gris- 
wold, Cornet. 



128 Militia. 

SECOND BRIGADE. 

Consisting of the 2d, 7th, 10th, and 22d .Regiments 
Infantry. 
Amos Thomas, Esq. Brigadier General. 
Silas Mix, Aid-de-Camp. 

Edwin R. Yale, Brigade Major and Inspector. 
Edwin W. Buddington, Brigade Qr. Master. 

Second Regiment. 
Daniel L. Holbrook, Colonel. 

Lyman Manvel, Lt. Col. Efford E. Jarman, Maj. 
Cyrus Manvel, Adjt. ; Samuel Hemingway, Qr. 
Master ; Anson T. Colt, Pay Master ; Asa M. Train, 
Chaplain ; Sheldon C. Johnson, Surgeon; Henry D. 
Bulkley, Surgeon's Mate. 

Flank Companies. 
Captain. Lieutenant Ensign. 

Alfred Mallet. William Fowler, Richard Oviatt, 
Sidney M.Stone, C. Bostwick, jr. Otis D. Earl. 

Rifle Company. 
Josi'h Boardman, Eliak'm Fenn, Nathan Fr Hall. 

Battalion Companies. 
E.W. Edgarton, ~~ A. T. Dwight, 

A. D. Barns, J. Benjamin, jr. Charles Clark, 
Philo Bradley, 

O. B. Sherwood, Wm. J. Smith, Sidney Allen, 
J. Hemingway, W.T. Landcraft, Harv. Rowe, 2d, 
John Beecher, C.Leavenworth, E. Fairchild, 
Alva Bunnell, Jared Smith, Ephraim Smith, 

Leon'd Pardee, J.I.Baldwin. 



Seventh Regiment. 
Charles Daniels, Colonel. 
Selden Huntingdon, Lt. Col. Stephen Johnson, Maj. 
Mason Holmes, Adjt. ; Sedle}^ Snow, Quarter- 
Master ; Charles Snow, Pay Master ; Sylvester 
Selden, Chaplain ; Ulysses Mather, Surgeon ; Geo. 
11. Abernethy, Surgeon's Mate. 

Flank Companies. 
Captain. Lieutenant. Ensign. 

David Dibble, Joseph Stannard, Wash. Bewell, 
Hezekiah Child, Ansel Smith, 



Militia. 129 

Rifle Company, 
A. P. Williams, John Dentson, 

Battalion Companies. 

Sam'ISanfordjr. II. C. Walker, 
Dan'l M. Tyler, O. P. Smith, C. Dickinson, 

J. Parmelee, Jed. Stow, Julius Dudley, 

[4th and 5th Company, no returns.] [dieu, 

Chas. Piatt, Cha. L'Homme- 

E. S. Shipman, C.G.Southworth 
Selden Gladwin, Alvin Bailey, 

Tenth Regiment. 
Ichabod L. Scranton, Colonel. 
Levi Rose, jr. Lt. Col. William P. Brooks, Maj. 
Timothy V. Meigs, Adjt. ; Henry Scranton, Qi\ 
.Master; William Parmer, Pay Master ; Samuel N. 
Shepard, Chaplain ; Joel Canfield, Surgeon ; Je- 
rome B. Pomeroy, Surgeon's Mate. 
Flank Company. 
Captain. Lieutenant. Ensign. 

Ward Johnson, Miner Harrison, M. W. Munson, 

Battalion Companies. 
Jno. E. Fowler, Wm. Fowler, Lewis Benton, 
L. Parmelee, Lyman Hall, Daniel Howd, 

Eber Beach, Benj. L. Carter, 

D. T. Bishop, Levi Barnes, Alfred Thorp, 
F. L. Wheadon, Jul's N. Dowd, A. J. Myers, 
George Rose, Benj. Page, jr. J.Harrison, 
Nath'l Bartlett, A. B. Dudley, Grove Hubbard, 
Aug'us Bishop, F. S. Fields, L. W. Leach, 

J. C. Fowler, Philander Cook, Jared Potter, 



Twenty- Second Regiment. 

John Foster, Colonel. 

Abram Sperry, Lt. Col. Chauncey Root, Major. 

Werthen Booth, Adjt.; Edward Clark, Qr.Master ; 
George Foster, Pay Master ; Joseph Whiting, Chap- 
lain ; Samuel Hawley, Surgeon ; Edward Fields, 
Surgeon's Mate. 

Flank Companies. 
Captain. Lieutenant. Ensign. 

Lauren Frisbie, Enoch W. Frost, L. Prichard, 
George W. Hicks, Charles Hale. 



130 Militia. 

Battalion Companies, 
Chas. C. Judd, S. Hickox, Philo Brown, 

John Barnes, L.D.Bradley, 
Eli C. Birdsey, Homer Curtiss, Eli E. Curtiss, 

Geo. Griswold, 
Zenas Stevens, E. W. Hoadley, Hector Porter, 
F. D. Benham, Enos T. Peck, Joseph Piatt, jr. 
C. Sperry, J. Remberfield, Burn Perkins, 

Russel Ailing, M. Goodyear, G. J. Gilbert. 



SECOND DIVISION. 

Consisting of the Third and Fifth Brigades. 

Amariah Kibbe, Esq. Major Genaral. 

Major Ebenezer Clark, > AiA ' , n~™„ 
t\/i ■ a u t^uu • > Aids-de-Camp. 

Major Amariah Kibbe, jr. ) r 

Lieut. Col. George L. Perkins, Divis. Inspector. 

Major Wm. P. Cleaveland, jr. Div. Qr. Master. 

THIRD BRIGADE. 

Consisting of the 3d, 8th, 18th, and 20th Regiments 

Infantry. 

Joseph D. Mason, Esq. Brigadier General. 

James B. Goddard, Aid-de-Camp. 

Abial B. Sherman, Brigade Maj. and [nspector. 

William H. Woodbridge, Brigade Qr. Master. 

Third Regiment. 
Roswell Calkins, Colonel. 
Thomas L. Fox, Lt. Col. Jason Beckwith, Major. 
M. C. Raymond, Adj. ; Enoch P. Stoddard, Qr. 
Master ; Wm. T. Thatcher, Pay Master ; Nathan 
Wildman, Chaplain ; Abel T. Sizer, Surgeon ; E. | 
Wilcox, Surgeon's Mate. 

Flank Companies. 
Captain. Lieutenant. Ensign. 

P. C. Turner, Lewis D. Allen, 
Noah Chapman, Daniel Peck, Dudley Randall. 

Battalion Companies 
S. Scovel, G. C. Wilcox, Josiah Darrow, 

Ezra Wood, Wm. S. Clarke, Augustus Clark, 

L. Maynard, J. L. Chapman, Calvin Stoddard, 
Asa Smith, Lyman Smith,jr. B. F. Gillet, 



Militia. 131 

J. M. Latimer, David Bates, N. Strickland, 

E. Brockway, S. B. Ely, V. R. Johnson, 

Freeman Jones, Win. Remson, Sam'l N. Jones, 

Joseph Avery, Elijah Baker, Chas. Steward. 

Eighth Regiment. 
Ezra Hewit, Colonel. 
Samuel W. Wood, Lieutenant Colonel. 
Dudley R. Wheeler, Major. 
Thomas H. Hewit, Adjutant. 
[No returns of the other Staff Officers.] 
Flank Companies. 
Captain. Lieutenant. Ensign. 

Edwin Chester, Erastus Gallup, Elias Gallup, 
C.W.Thompson, Wm. C. Stanton, W. S. Peabody. 

Rijle Company. 
William Morgan, Asaph Hurlbut, Chas. Chapman. 

Battalion Companies. 
Thomas Chester, S. Tomlinson, A. Cheesbrough, 
Henry Haley, Giles Haley, Albert Haley, 
Oliver B. Grant, William Main, C. C. Main, 
Benj. Gallup, A. Campbell, 
Elias B. Avery, C. W. Brown, Christ. Gallup, 
Elias Babcock, F. Sheffield, D. P. Brown, 

F.H.Wheeler, Chas.G. Scisson, George Irish, 
Alden Palmer, William Cleft, Alex. Palmer. 

Eighteenth, Regiment. 
Joseph Tilden, Colonel. 
B. L'Hommedieu, Lt. Col. James Roath, Major. 
George Kingsley, Adj. ; Dan Huntington, Quarter 
Master; Wm. Prentice, Pay Master ; Edward Bull, 
Chaplain ; Elisha Hutcherson, Surgeon ; William 
S. Tyler, Surgeon's Mate. 

Flank Companies. 

Captain. Lieutenant; • Ensign. 

Isaac Miner, R. Hinkley, G. M. Roberts, 

John Wattles, E. Harding, John Beaumont. 

Rifle Companies. 
M. W. Lester, C. L. Meach, 
J.P.Huntington, G. A. Jones, D. B. Hopkins. 

Battalion Companies. 
Thos. Skinner, W. S. Ramsdell, J. Shepherd, 
James S. Treat, O. A. Crary, J. Woodmancy. 



132 Militia. 

E. Y. Thomas, Ansel Dewey, L. Huntington, 

P. Armstrong-, J. B. Lamb, 

Samuel Cooke, James Leonard, Archibald Fry, 

J. R. Stetson, Elias Bishop, William Tracy, 

E. S. Fitch, Tracy Gates, Wm. J. Gallup, 

O, Johnson, Seth Whiting-, E. Haughton. 

Twentieth Regiment. 
John T. Peters, Colonel. 

Hezekiah M. Selden, Lt. Col. , Major. 

Lyman G. Morgan, Adjut. ; Alfred B. Pierce, Quarter 
Master; Albert B. Jsham v Pay Master; Roger G. Isham, 
Chaplain ; Ezekiel W. Parsons, Surgeon ; Royal W. 
Kingsbury, burgeon's Mate. 

Flank Company. 
Captain. Lieutenant. Ensign. 

Eli Mack, Geo. A. Gillet, Epaph. Potter. 

Rifle Company, 
Charles F. Day, E. B. Buckley, S. Chapman. 

Battalion Companies. 
Orrin Warner, Richard S. Pratt, Elijah S. Mack, 
Chas. D. Strong, Ralph Randall, H. Knowles, 
T. H. Arnold, John Brainard, 

Ogden Lord, Aug. C. Jones, S. C. Manwaring, 

J. Strenahan, jr. Chas. D. Wright, Moses B. Wright, 
Anson E. Emons, M. G. Warner, G. Shaddock, 
Dan B. Niles, Henry Strong,, Julius Gates, 

Wm. Hutchinson, Geo. B. Chapell, Harvey Dunham. 



FIFTH BRIGADE. 

Consisting of the 5th, 11th, 19th, and 23d Regiments 

Infantry, and 2d Regiment Cavalry. 

Andrew Wells, Esq. Brigadier General. 

Abel S. Bissel, Aid-de-Camp. 

Chauncey F. Cleaveland, Brig. Maj. and Inspector. 

Horace Gaylord, Brigade Quarter Master. 

Fifth Regiment. 

Samuel S. Moseley, Colonel. 

Waterman C. Clark, Lt. Col. Harris Arnold, Maj. 

William Brown, Adjutant ; William Storrs, Qr. 

Master ; Daniel Wheeler, jr. Pay Master ; Orrin 

Fowler, Chaplain ; Eleazer Litchfield, Surgeon ; 

Daniel A. Hovey, Surgeon's Mate. 



Militia, 1 33 

Flank Companies. 
Captain. Lieutenant. Ensign. 

A.M. Litchfield, Lucius Fuller, Wm. Bennett, 

D. F. Adams, Jed. Shepard, Edm'd Bacon, 

Rifle Companies . 
Wm. L. Jillson, Horace Hall, John H. Capin, 
Jer. Shepard, J. F. Wilbur, John M. Smith, 

Battalion Companies. 
R.W.Kennedy, Tho's Weaver, ErastusL. Prior. 
Christ'r Hall, Nath'l Gallup, P.M.Burlingame 
Marcus Lyon, MerritWilliams, Marshall Smith, 
Benj. Hovey, John Allen, Oliver T. Wood, 

Edward Fogg-, H. Taylor, 

J. M. Stranahan, Erastus Short, 

E.G.Hammond, Zebadiah Holt, Thomas Smith, 
Eliph't Young", Ja's Bingham, 

Eleventh Regiment. 

[No Return of Field and Staff Officers.] 

Flank Companies, 

Captain. Lieutenant. Ensign. 

John Work, John W. Wells, 

Alvin Copeland, Hosea Munion, John B. Holmes, 

Rifle Companies. 
Sept's Davison, Eben'r Barrett, N.H.Parkhurst, 
Stephen Crosby, Joseph J. Green, L. Whitemore, 
Luther Day, H. L. Danielson, Norm'n Kellog-g, 

Battalion Companies. 
C. Trowbridge, B.T. Grosvenor, S. H. Williams, 
Moses Lyon, Edw'd D. Perry, P. Skinner, 
James Warner, Byram Wheaton, S. R. Covell, 

E. Danielson, Jona. Dexter, Jared Williams, 
Asa Lyon, Chand'r Briggs, E.C.Walker, 
Welcom Joslin, Jos. D. Jacobs, Richm'd White, 
Moses Chandler, J. Chamberlain, Penuel Corbin, 
Mos.C. Sessions, Jona. 'James, M. Needham, 
George Nichols, D. N. Elliott, Jos. D. Keith, 
Israel Osgood, Grosv'r Storrs, E. W. Sessions. 

Nineteenth Regiment. 
Cyrus Russell, Colonel. 
George A. Howard, Lt. Col. Orrin Pomeroy, Maj. 
John H. Holton, Adjutant ; Sandford Pease, Qr 4 
12 



134 Militia. 

Master; Joseph B. Pitkin, Pay Master; Ansel 
Nash, Chaplain ; Orson Wood, Surgeon ; Joseph C 
Dow, Surgeon's Mate. 

Flank, Companies. 
Captain. Lieutenant. Ensign. 

Sam'l Pease, 2d, Sam'l Goucher, Daniel Welch. 
David Holmes, Abra'm Francis, Wm. Stroud, 
Sandf 'd Stanley, Aust. Carpenter, John W. Gager, 

Battalion Conipanies. 
Eben'r Metcalf, Alonzo Booth, H. Belcher, 
Gordon Isham, Sher. Chapman, Charles Griggs, 
Asa Fuller, Chest. Pomeroy, C. B. Pomeroy, 

Warren Orcutt, A. Blodget, jr. Nathaniel -Hyde, 
Gaius Wood, Seth D. Chapin, Samuel Kimball, 

Chest. Chapman, Jno. H. Holton, Benjamin Isham , ; 

[7th Company, no returns.] 
E. Dimmick, jr. Philip Orcutf, Jno. Richardson. 

Twenty- Third Regiment. 
[No Returns.] 



Second Regiment of Cavalry*, 
[No Returns.] 



THIRD DIVISION. 

Consisting of the Fourth and Sixths Brigades. 

Uriel Tuttle, Esq. Major General. 
Major Jason Whiting, ) . . -. , ' 

Major Simeon M. Mitchell, \ Aids-de-Camp. 

Lieut. Col. George C. Woodruff, Divis. ^Inspector. 

Major John H. Tuttle, Divis. Quarter Master. 

FOURTH BRIGADE. 

Consisting of the 4th, 9th, 15th, and 24th Regiments 

Infantry, and 5th Regiment Cavalry. 

Charles Pe Forest, Esq. Brigadier General. 

Henry Perry, Aid-de-Camp. 
Charles Jessup, Brigade Major and Inspector. 
Eliakim S. Hamilton, Brigade Quarter Master. 



Militia. 1 3 j 

Four Hi Ttegiment. 
Lyman Baldwin, Lt. Col. Edwards Johnson, Maj. 
B. IJ. KirtlaDd, Adjutant ; l\ Perry-, Qr. Master; 
H. Slurb's, Pay Master ; William B. Nash, Sur- 
geon ; J. VV. Fowler, Surgeon's Mate. 
Flank Companies. 
Captain. Lieutenant. Ensign. 

[1st Co. no returns.] 
Munson Gay, Judson Nichols, Geo. Buckley, 
Isaac Sherman, S. Tomlinson, Dan'l Hatch, jr. 

Rifle Company. 
George Peck, Eli'hu Hubbell, N. W. Seeley, 
Battalion Companies. 
[1st Co. no returns.] 
L.' W. Burritt, S. J. Booth, * David Plumb, 
W. Sherwood, M. Bradley, N. Ogden, 

W. P. -Knapp, R. Burritt', B. Nichols, 

Sim. Sherwood, II. Ogden, jr. S» Bennett, 
R. H. Lovejoy, J. B. Bristol, 
Joel Beard, " L. & Wells, 
Abijah Rowel, A. Shelton, D. Wells, 

G. Deming, H. P. Beardsley. 



Ninth Regiment. 
Thomas A. Mead, Lt. Col. David S. Marther, Maj. 
Benjamin J. Knapp, Adjt. ; Charles W. Knapp, 
Qr. Master ; Amos Finch, Pay Master ; Samuel 

Lockwood, Surgeon ; Beach, Surgeon' Mate. 

Flank Companies. 
Captain. Lieutenant. Ensign. 

Alva June, W. A. Lockwood, Isaac Mead, 

Henry Mead, G. P. Finch, Zacheus Mead, 

Neh. Sherwood, H. Morehouse, Henry B. Chase, 
H. Waterbury, Zalmon Curtiss, William Seeley, 

Battalion Companies, 
Sands Adams, David Knapp, 

Albert Knapp, A.R.Newman, Solomon Mead, 
Lewis Smith, Wm. Benedict, Geo. Seymour, 
Benj. P. Johnson, J. P. Conklin, William Mallory 
William Bush, James Wilson, N. S Mead, 
Benj. Little, Isaac Northrop, John Ferris, 

M. Lockwood, Henry M.Wood, Joseph White, 
N. Lockwood, Henry Jones, 

Stephen Seward, Wm. Watson, H. W. Faucher, 



136 JMilitia. 

Fifteenth Regiment. 
Anson H. Stuart, Colonel. 
Reuben Blackman, Lt. Col. Amzi Rogers, Major, 
Timothy B. Hickok, Adjt. ; Nathaniel H. Wild- 
man, Qr. Master ; Samuel W. Northrop, Pay Mas- 
ter; Maltby Gelston, Chaplain ; Russell B. Botsford, 
Surgeon ; Daniel W. Northrop, Surgeon's Mate. 
Flank Companies. 
Captain. Lieutenant. Ensign. 

[1st Company, no returns.] 
D. Northrop, jr. Eph'm Hubbell, S. Hungerford, 

Battalion Companies. 
Charles Rider, M. L. Barber, W. Yale, 
A. N. Gaylord, John Buel, Adol's Hallock, 

A. N. Botsford, John B. Beers, Hart Shepard, 
Selleck O. Hoyt, Wm. H. Banks, A. Williams, 
Horace Hodge, Isaac Knapp, jr. Dennis H. Peck, 
Wm. Bradshaw, Sidney Hawley, Charles Hawley, 
William Picket, John O. Page, 

George feck, Beach Sanford, Hiram Keeler, 
Eleazer Dibble, 



Twenty -Fourth Regiment. 

George Mead, Lt. Col. George Middlebrook, Maj> 

George B. Benjamin, Adjt. ; Lloyd Seeley, Surg'n. 

Flank Companies. 

Captain. Liexittnant. Ensign. 

Aaron Edmonds, George Keeler, Eli Foot, 

Harvey Hubbell, Mallet Seeley, William Squire, 

Battalion Companies. 
Jere'h A. Scott, Daniel Show, 
Abijah Betts, N. L. Canfield, H. B. Long, 
Eli Mallory, H. Goodyear, S. Bennett, 

W. Godfrey, L. E. Cooley, W r illiam Osborn, 

Geo. B. Sears, 

Vacant, 
S. M. Meeker, G. B. Sanford, Edwin Lyon, 

G. F. Belden, ■ 

Fifth Regiment Cavalry. 
Starr Nichols, Colonel. Henry Merwin, Major. 
George Seeley, Adjt. ; Frederick S. Wildman, 
Qr. Master; Daniel Marsh, Pay Master; E 8 P. 
Benuet, Surgeon. 



Militia. 137 

1st Company. Vacant, Capt. ; Charles Martin, 1st 
Lieut. ; Daniel Bacon, 2d Lieut. ; David B. W. 
Hard, Cornet. 

2d. Vacant, Capt. ; Abijah E. Tweedy, 1st 
Lieut. ; William Wildman, 2d Lieut. ; Ira Kee- 
ler, Cornet. 

3d. Vacant, Capt. ; Merritt S. Piatt, 1st Lieut. ; 
Marshall S. Piatt, 2d Lieut. ; Peter W. Powel, 
Cornet. 

SIXTH BRIGADE. 

Consisting- of the 12th, I3th, 16th, and 21st Regi- 
ments Infantry, and 3d Regiment Cavalry. 

Charles F. Sedgwick, Esq. Brigadier General. 
Richard Smith, Aid-de-Camp. 
Alexander H. Holley, Brigade Major and Inspector. 
Daniel Bacon, Brigade Quarter Master, 
Twelfth Regiment. 
Charles Hicock, Colonel. 
Ithiel Hicock, Lieut. Col. Joseph Ambler, Major. 
R. C. Steele, Adjutant ; Josiah Hicock, Qr. Mas- 
ter ; B. P. Stiles, Pay Master ; Thomas L. Shipman, 
Chaplain ; A. L. Smith 3 Surgeon ; J. C. Hatch, Sur- 
geon's Mate. 

Flank Companies. 
Captain. Lieutenant. Ensign. 

John Curtiss, Levi Hotchkiss, A. R. Gibson, 
Barton Russell, Ch's Edmonds, Albert Guthrie, 

Battalion Companies. 
Ransom Judson, T. W. Walker, J. K. Edwards, 
Charles Booth, Tho's Johnson, Benj. Fabregen, 
Joshua Bird, John P. Ariail, G. M. Kassam, 

L. B. Bradley, Horace Foot, 

Niram Gregory, Trum. Hollister, Powell Hicock, 
Chester Ackley, Solon Bushnell, Elisha Cogswell, 
Ira Booth, E. N. Weller, 

Josiah Hine, Murry^ Worster, Geo. F. Smith. 



Thirteenth Regiment. 
Anson Rogers, Colonel. 
[No return of other Field Officers.] 
William Stevens, Adjutant. [No further return.] 
12* 



138 



Militia, 



Flank Companies* 

Captain. Lieutenant. Ensign. 

N. Boardman, Steph. Jackway, Elizur Manley, 

Ethel North, Steph. J. Gold, Jacob Scovil, 

Elea'r Jenkins, H. Lockwood, John S. Jewett, 

Battalion Companies. 

Charles Adams, H. W. Landon, E. Whitney, 

L. W. Mills, 

H. K. Hunt, 

S. C. Scovil, 

Elber Colter, 

Henry Dean, 

O. S. Green, 

E. St. John, 



Ezra Skiff, 
Z. W. Bissell, 
Herman Seleck, 
Earl Johnson, 
Hem an How, 
H. S. Norton, 
John Parsons, 



Orman Heath, 
F. H. Church, 
Noah Rogers, 
George Yale, 
T. B. Bosworth, 
O. Hutchinson. 



Sixteenth Regiment. 

Frederick Buel, Colonel. 

Elihu Barber, Lieut Col. Anson Colt, Major. 

Ralph S. Camp, Adjutant ; Homer Sacket, Qr. 

Master; David W. Catlin, Pay Master; Laurens P. 

Hickok, Chaplain ; Samuel R. Childs, Surgeon ; 

Joel G. Candee, Surgeon's Mate. 



Captain. 
Alvah Stone, 
S. Humphrey, 
M. S. Wilson, 



Flank Companies. 
Lieutenant. 



Ensign. 
Benj. Webster, Joshua Garrett, 
Obed Humphrey, Heman Oviatt, 
Georg-e Palmer, E. Tallmadge, 
Rifle Company. 
H. W. Childs, Darius Wilson, 

Battalion Companies. 
Geo. Treadway, Matthew Moss, Lewis Garrett, 
Alex'r Norton, Moses Cook, Virgil Collins, 
A. S. Johnson, Samuel Catlin, Roswell Cook, 
Marcus Minsill, L. Hinsdale, L. Wetmore, 

R. M. Gibbs, Isaac Baldwin, William Bassett, 
Alanson Hall, Jos. W. Mason, SethF. Benton, 
William Leach, Rod'k Bissell, Convers Clark, 
David Strong, H. A. Gaylord, A. C. Batterson, 
Eb'r Stedman, T. W. Turner, Lyman Webster, 
John T. Peters, William Stone, D. B. Stoddard, 
Milo Blakesley, Edward C. Bull, Garry Welton. 



Militia. J 39 

7V en ty -First Regimen t . 

Matthew Allen, Colonel. 

Chester Soper, Lieut. Col. Joseph Welles, Major. 

Theodore Hinsdale, Adjt. [No further return.] 

Flank Companies, 

Captain. Lieutenant. Ensign. 

Reuben Pinney, W. Grisvvold, Wm. Loanire, 

Abiram Wilcox, Alanson Merrill, J. P. Marsh. 

Rijle Company. 
Win. Benham, Wm. S. Boyd, Alanson Loomis, 

Battalion Companies. 
Th's Watson, jr. Zenas Barnes, JosiahGoodsell, 

Vacant, 
Geo. Andrews, Hurlbut Bragg, 

[No returns of 4th and 5th Companies.] 

Edw. A. Phelps, James Marvin, 
Reuben White, E. T. Cummings, L. P. Moore. 



Third Regiment Cavalry. 
Norman Kellogg, Colonel. Lester Newton, Major. 
Jehiel Coe, Adjutant ; William Seymour, Quarter 
Master ; Thomas Seymour, Pay Master ; Cyrus 
Yale, Chaplain ; William O. Talcott, Surgeon ; Jai- 
rus Case, Surgeon's Mate. 

1st Company. William Bushnell, Capt. ; Lyman 
Page, 1st Lieut. ; Jesse Remmile, 2cl Lieut. ; Hiram 
Abels, Cornet. 

2d. [No returns.] 

3d. Harry Seymour, Capt. ; Nisius Kenney, 1st 
Lieut. ; Royal Watson, 2d Lieut. ; Asahel Coe, 
Cornet. 

4th. Vacant, Capt. ; William Coe, 1st Lieut. ; 
David B. Lord, 2d Lieut. ; Vacant, Cornet. 



140 



Militia. 



BRIGADE OF ARTILLERY, 

Consisting of the 1st, 2d, and 3d Regiments of Light 
Artillery, and the 1st, 2d, and 3d Regiments of Horse 
Artillery. 

Ely A. Elliott, Esq. Brigadier General. 
M. A. Durand, Aid-de-Camp. 
Horace W. Goodwin, Brigade Major and Inspector. 
Peter Morton, Brigade Quarter Master. 

First Regiment Light Artillery. 
George SpafFord, Colonel. 
Thomas P. Trott, Lt. Colonel. Julius Clark, Major. 
Samuel Lee, Adjutant ; Charles H. Strong, Quarter 
Master ; Obadiah P. Waldo, Pay Master ; Dennis Piatt, 
Chaplain; Chester Hunt, Surgeon; James L. Ripley, 
Surgeon's Mate. 

Captain. 1st Lieutenant. 

Joshua Hamilton, Elisha Douglass, 
E. A. Hopkins, Augustus Hyde, 
William Cogswell, Peter Spicer, 
Hez. Edgerton, jr. Edward Page, 
Wm. M'Crery, 
Hezekiah Sabin, 
Abner Follet, 
Ogden Kingsley, 
Irus Witter, 
Joseph Palmer, 



M. S. Parker, 
Jeremiah Law, 
Samuel Webb, 
W. W. Brewster, 
Elijah Rose, 
F. Pendleton, 



2d Lieutenant. 
James B. Lyman, 
Edward Coit, 
John A. Randall, 
Andrew Hull, 
Stephen Sterling, 
W 7 illiam S. Day, 
Charles Warner, 
Ambrose Fuller, 
A. B. Stephens, 
Benj. F. Collins. 



Second Regiment Light Artillery. 
Solomon Olmsted, Colonel. 
John B. Southmayd, Lt. Col. E. P. Harrington, Major. 
Elijah Porter, Adjt. ; John C. Palmer, Qr. Master ; 
Horace Riley, Pay Master; Thomas Robbins, Chaplain ; 
Richard Ells, Surgeon ; Wyllys Woodruff, Surgeon's 
Mate. 

Captain. 1st Lieutenant. 2d Lieutenant. 

Chas. H. Glm»ted, M. C. Cadwell, S. Tudor Wolcott 
Orrin Hart, Orrin Ives, Daniel Tuttle, 

C. H. Northam, B. A. Shepherd, John Porter, 
Samuel M. Tully, H. Buckingham, J. S. Southworth 
David B. Ventriss, Cephas Brainard, Davis Smith, 
Wm. Mather, jr. Gamaliel Sperry, William Adams, 



Militia. Ill 

Riverius Douglas, Hector Taylor, Zach. Spencer, 

Nathan Griswold, Horace Itcdlield, Charles Davis, 

Otis Fisk, E.L.H.Chainberlain 



Third Regiment Light Artillery. 
Ira Gregory, Colonel. 
Jonathan S. Wilcox, Lt. Col. Clark Wooster, Major. 
Henry Hotchkiss, Adjutant; William B. Thomas, Qr. 
Master ; Elijah W. Hazen, Pay Ma.ster ; Leonard Ba- 
con, Chaplain ; Alfred. S. Munson, Surgeon; William 
B. Dyer, Surgeon's Mate. 

Captain. 1st Lieutenant. 2d Lieutenant. 

Wm. T. Scofield, Nathan B. Dibble, 
Nelson Barrows, George Robbins, S. B. Stratton, 
Asahel Deming, 

William Moody, G. W. Camp, M. Leavenworth, 

David Warner, Wm. W. French, Joel R. Chatfield, 
Ira Hyde, Samuel Smith, Merritt Brown, 

Richard Fowler, Jona. Bishop, jr. Chas. E. Fowler, 
Selah Lee, John R. Wilcox, Jonathan F.Todd, 

S. Pendleton, Daniel Merrills, Elias Warner, 

M. A. Durand, L«evi Francis, J. Rollin Church. 

[No returns from the 11th and 12th Companies.] „ 



First Regiment Horse Artillery, 

Leverett Carrington, Colonel. 

Eliakim Lindsley, Lt. Col. Miner Fowler, jr. Major. 

Abial Fairchild, Adjutant ; Lyman Ives, Qr. Master ; 

William Peck, Pay Master ; , Chaplain ; 

Titus C. Pratt, Surgeon ; Andrew Castle, Surgeon's 
Mate. 

1st Company. Jesse Gilbert, jr. Captain ; Charles M. 
Fowler, 1st Lieut. ; John Russell, 2d Lieut. ; Harry B. 
Fowler, 3d Lieut. ; Gibbs Gilbert, 4th Lieut. ; Freder- 
ick Foot, Cornet. 

2d. Billions K. Hull, Capt. ; William M. Hull, 1st 
Lieut. ; Elijah Rice, 2d Lieut. ; Hiram Cook, 3d Lieut. ; 
Eli Ives, 4th Lieut. ; Ozias Parmelee, Cornet. 

3d. Vacant, Capt. ; Enoch Souiers, 1st Lieut. ; Be- 
vil P. Smith, 2d Lieut. ; Dennis Carrington, 3d Lieut. ; 
Treat Clark, 4th Lieut. ; Jonah S. Newton, Cornet. 

4th. [No returns.] 



142 Militia. 

Second Regiment Horse Artillery. 

Oliver Warner, Colonel. 

David Baldwin, Lt. Col. Elihu M. Kingsley, Major. 

Augustus Olmsted, Adjutant ; Jonathan Olmsted, 
Quarter Master ; Samuel Barry, Pay Master ; David 
Austin, Chaplain ; Earl Knight, Surgeon ; James H. 
Hyde, Surgeon's Mate. 

15/ Company. Henry Bailey, Capt. ; William Rai- 
nier, jr. 1st Lieut. ; Josiah A. Chapman, 2d Lieut. ; 
Aaron T. Niles, 3d Lieut. ; Washington S. Ackley, 4th 
Lieut. ; Israel B. Bigelow, Cornet. 

2d. Milton M. Perkins, Capt. ; Elisha E. Rogers, 
1st Lieut. ; Alfred Rogers, 2d Lieut. ; William Fitch, 
3d Lieut. ; Jehiel Johnson, 4th Lieut. ; Vacant, Cornet. 

3d. Benjamin Chester, Capt. ; Isaac G. Bailey, 1st 
Lieut. ; Nathaniel Lewis, 2d Lieut. ; Isaac T. Hewitt, 
3d Lieut. ; Joseph S. Williams, 4th Lieut. ; Augustin 
Chester, Cornet. 

Third Regiment Horse Artillery, 
Samuel Scott, Colonel. 

Abel Hall, jr. Lieut. Col. Burr Sherwood, Major. 

Eli Gilbert, Adjutant ; George Wheeler, Qr. Master; 
Zalmon Knapp, Pay Master ; Ambrose S. Todd, Chap- 
lain ; Elijah Middlebrooks, Surgeon ; Stephen Middle- 
brooks, Surgeon's Mate. 

1st Company. David Walker, Capt. ; Elisha Beards- 
lee, 1st Lieut. ; Elisha Grey, 2d Lie*ut. ; Zenas John- 
son, 3d Lieut. ; Lawrisson Sherman, 4th Lieut. ; Ebe- 
nezSr Walker, Cornet. 

2d. John Jones. Capt. ; Russell B. Keeler, 1st 
Lieut. ; Stephen Smith, 2d Lieut. ; Eben'r T. Squires, 
3d Lieut. ; Peror Smith, 4th Lieut. ; Russell Mead, 
Cornet. 

3d; William Bradley, Capt.; Medad Bradley, 1st 
Lieut. ; Burr B. Morehouse, 2d Lieut. ; Andrews B. 
Godfrey, 3d Lieut. ; Joseph B. Osborn, 4th Lieut. ; 
Horace Banks, Cornet. 

4th. John Dean, Capt.; Joseph Weed, 1st Lieut. ; 
Ard Knapp, 2d Lieut. ; Augustus Mead, 3d Lieut. ; 
James K. Hoyt, 4th Lieut. ; Cary H. Gray, Cornet, 



I\I>F.X. 



Academies, 109, 121 

Agents, commercial, U. S. ~- r > 
Agricultural Society, J li» 

Almanack, 5 

American Asylum, 113 

( lommissioners on, 75 
Attorney Genera) U.S. 23 
Conn. District, 24 
Attorneys and Counsellors, 59 
Assessment List, Com'rs on, 75 

B 

Banks, officers of, 99 

' Branch U. States, 107 

Savings, 104 

Beneficent Society , Female, 118 

Bible Societies, 115 

Bishops, Episcopal, 82 

Catholic, ib. 

Methodist, 83 

Boroughs, officers of, 98 

Bridges, Commissioners on, 73 

C 

Cabinet, 17 

Calendar, 5 

Census of Connecticut, 30 

Christian Knowledge Soc. 118 
Cities, 96 

Clerk Supreme Court U. S. 23 
District Connecticut 24 
House Rep. do. 30 

County Courts, 42 

Probate do. 44 

County Medical Soc. 66 
Senate, 29 

Clergymen, list of, 76 

Court, Sup. U. S. Judges of, 23 
District, do. do. ib. 
Supreme of Conn. 41 
County, do. 42 

Probate, 44 

Com'rs to receive acknowl- 
edgments of deeds, 43 
on Asylum, 75 

on Assessment List, ib, 
of Roads, &c. 68 

on State Prison, 75 



( oiu'rs of Union Company, 75 
on ( (jnn. River Co'y, ib. 
on Thames River, ib. 

on School Fund, 29 

Collectors of Customs, 28 

Town, 90 

Colleges, 108 

Colonization Societies, 114 

Comptroller of Treasury, 29 

Connecticut Academy, 109 

Medical Soc'y, 65 

D 

Departments, heads of, 17 

Treasury, 1 7 

Delegates from Territories, 22 

District Courts, 23 

Dividends of School Money, 83 

Districts, Senatorial, 122 

E 
Eclipses, Solar and Lunar, 3 
Education Soc. Connecticut, 

branch of, 116 
Electors' Meeting, 4 

F. 
Farmington Canal Com'rs, 75 
Fellows of Medical Society, 65 
Ferries, commissioners on, 74 
For. Missions, Am. Board, 117 

G 
General Hospital Society, 114 
Government of the U. States, 17 
Connecticut, 29 
Governors of the several 

States, 89 
Grand List of the State, 30 
Gymnasium, New-Haven, 113 

H 
House of Rep. of the U. S. 19 
Conn. 30 
Hospital Society, General, 114 

Improvement, Young Men's 

Society of, 120 
Insane, Retreat for, 114 

Insurance Companies, 105 

Judiciary Department U. S. 23 



144 



Index. 



Judiciary Depart, of Conn. 41 

Judges District Courts, 23 

Sup. Court of Conn. 41 
Probate, 44 

District of Conn. 24 

Justices of the Peace, 47 

L 

Light Houses, Super'ent of 28 



Lyceums, Norwich, 

M 
Marshals, U. S. 

Conn. District, 
Deputy, 
Mechanic Societies, 
Medical Society, 
Ministers of U. S. to For- 
eign Countries 
Ministers from For. Coun. 
Missionary Societies, 
Militia, 

N 
Navy Yards, 
Notaries Public* 

O 
Offices atWash.loca.of Pub. 



29 
19 
29 
122 

29 

90 

45 

63 

89 

75 • 

59* 

28- 

57 

ib. 

41 

ib. 



Phi Beta Kappa, 109 

Post-Offices and Masters, 37 
Postage, rates of, 40 

R 
Representatives, House of, 1? 
Reporter Sup. Court U. S. 23 
Retreat for Insane, 114 

Roads, Commis'rs on, &c. £S 

S 
Savings Banks, 
School Societies, list of, 

No. of children in, 

Dividends of, 



School Fund, Com'rs on, 
Senators, U. S. 

Connecticut, 
Senatorial Districts, 
Secretary of State, 
Select-Men, 
Sessions of Courts, 
Sheriffs and Deputies, 
120 States, Governors of, 

State Prison, Commis'rs on, 

23 State's Attorneys, 

24 Surveyors of Ports, 

24 of Land, 
120 Deputy, 

65 Supreme Court Conn. 
Summer Circuit, 

25 T 

27 Territories, Delegates from, 22 
117 Governors of 89 
123 Temperance Societies, 118 

Theological Sem. Gen. ib. 

28 Thames River,Commis. on, 75 
58 Tide Table, 4 

Town Tax, 83 

22 Officers, 90 

Clerks, ib. 

Treasurer of State, 29" 

of Coun. Courts, 42 
of Towns, 90 

Tract Soc. Con. Branch of 116 

U 
U. S. Government, 
Union Co. Commis'rs on 

V 
Vessels of War, U. S. 
W 
83' Winter Circuit, 
ib Water Power Company, 
ib.\ 



104 



17 

75 



28 



41 
121 



Errata. — Page 18, line 9th from top, for "G. Graham" read 
" Elijah Haywood" — page 19, line 23 from top, for " George 
Adams" read " George Poindexter" — line 24, for " John Mc- 
Lane" read " David J. Baker" — page 24, last line, in part of 
edition, for u Henry Carrington, Middletown" read " James S. 
Mitchell, Groton" — page 30, in Census, for Windsor, 3,220— 
page 32, for Woodbridge, 2,049— page 33,for Stamford,3,712— 
page 57, in part of edition, for "George Gilbert, Surveyor Gen." 
read " George Gillet"— -page 64, no Dep. Sheriff at Chaplin, or 
Woodstock — for 'Win. Durkee, 2d,' read 'Moses Cleaveland'— 
add Horatio Webb, Windham. — The errors were, occasioned 
by not having returns till after the Register went to press. 



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BOOKSELLERS, PUBLISHERS AND STATIONERS, 
HARTFORD : 

Publish and keep constantly for sale, a complete assort- 
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THE MALTE-BRUN SCHOOL GEOGRAPHY AND ATLAS, 

Or a System Df School Geography, chiefly derived from 
lalte-Brun, and arranged according to the inductive plan 
f instruction ; accompanied by an Atlas, containing the 
blowing nineteen Maps, Charts, and Tables : — 



NEW ENGLAND STATES, 
MIDDLE STATES, MARY- 
LAND, AND VIRGINIA, 
UNITED STATES, 
NORTH AMERICA, 
SOUTH AMERICA, 
ATLANTIC OCEAN— ITS 
ISLANDS AND COASTS, 
EUROPE, 
AFRICA, 
ASIA, 
). PACIFIC OCEAN— ITS ISL 

ANDS AND COASTS, 
L WESTERN HEMISPHERE, 
I EASTERN HEMISPHERE, 
i NORTHERN HEMISPHERE, 
L SOUTHERN HEMISPHERE, 
HEIGHT OF THE PRINCI 



PAL MOUNTAINS ON THE 
GLOBE, 

16. LENGTH OF THE PRIN- 

CIPAL RIVERS ON THE 
GLOBE, 

17. CHART, EXHIBITING THE 

COMPARATIVE EXTENT 
OF OCEANS, CONTI- 
NENTS, COUNTRIES, ISL- 
ANDS, SEAS, AND LAKES, 

18. TABULAR VIEWS, OF EX- 

TENT, POPULATION, CA. 
NALS, ROADS, INDIAN 
TRIBES, UNIVERSITIES, 
MISSIONARY STATIONS, 
&c. 

19. PICTURE OF THE WORLD 



ADVERTISEMENT. 

The foregoing Geography contains 320 large, and close fe 
ly printed pages 18 mo., and one hundred and fiftyoriginap 
Engravings, designed to illustrate the text, being a mor |l 
complete system than any now in use, for schools.— Th 
plan oi the author can be more fully seen by the following 
extracts from the Preface : 

" The author of the present volume is aware that thei 
are now beibre the public, several excellent systems < „ 
school geography. He is ready to do full justice to tb|i 
works of Worcester, Morse, Woodbridge and others. Tl 
larger work by Mr. Woodbridge and Mrs. Willard, 
doubtless the most elaborate and scientific treatise on geo^ 
raphy, that has ever been compiled for the purposes of ediE 
cation. Still there seems to be room for improvement- jg 
New and more enlightened views as to the proper methot 
of instruction, have recently been promulged. The schc^ 
astic system of teaching principles in the first place ar^ 
particulars afterwards, is now nearly exploded; andtl a 
more natural method of teaching particulars first, and gei a 
eral views afterwards, is universally admitted to be be \ 
adapted to elementary education. 

" The author has therefore undertaken to construct i 
work on this plan, generally called inductive. The coe 
mon method of teaching geography, requires the feeble ht 
teliect of childhood, with a small stock of ideas, and a veil 
limited vocabulary of words, immediately to grasp the soli 
system ; a task which demands the energy of a matui 
mind. It then proceeds in the attempt to make the pup 
before he knows the world in detail, embrace its vast ci 
cumference. with its continents, oceans, rivers, seas, kin, 
doms, empires and states, in one grand view. A e 
glance is sufficient to satisfy us, that in this way we requi 
of the pupil what he is unable to perform. 

" In the present work the course is reversed. The pu; 
is made to begin with the spot where he lives ; he is call 
upon to describe first the place and the objects which ha 1 
been familiar to him from infancy. He is then led to tl 
adjacent towns, and in the next place, is made acquaint* 
with his native state and native country. Thus initiate. 



ADVERTISEMENT. 

te is taught the use of maps, and is made to trace upon 
hem the various physical and political divisions of the 
lobe. 

" Being familiarized with maps, acquainted with the 
hape of the globe, and possessing a few elementary ideas, 
le takes a more particular survey of the individual states 
phich compose the Union, and of the United States as a 
Lation. He is made minutely acquainted with the face of 
he country, soil, climate, productions and animals, and 
lie political and religious institutions of his native land, 
le is now supposed to be qualified to enter upon the survey 
f foreign countries. Accordingly he proceeds to the dif- 

rent parts of the American continent, and afterwards to 

urope, Africa, Asia, and the islands of the Pacific. 

" The advantages of this method may be illustrated by 
naking one comparison, between the present work and 
hose in common use. In the latter, before the pupil is told 
,ny thing of his own state or country, he is presented with 
, general view of the American continent. Before he 
nows the language of geography, he is expected to com- 
>rehend at a glance one of the four quarters of the globe, 
t is clear that this is a task beyond his ability. The pu- 
il has no ideas answering to the words presented to his 
ye. He may learn the page by rote, but it is a mechan- 
:al effort, in which the understanding takes no part. 

" In the present work, the general view of America is not 

-tiven till the pupil has been made acquainted with all its 

•arts in detail. When it is given, he is therefore perfectly 

,ble to comprehend the force of the language, to follow the 

rain of thought, and thus receive real instruction. 

" Such is a brief sketch of the leading peculiarity of this 
vork. " The simplicity of the principle upon which it is 
funded, cannot require illustration ; the benefits to be deri- 
ed from it would seem to be no less obvious. This natural 
nethod of proceeding from ideas that a child possesses, 
gradually to communicate others of easy comprehension, 
las the double advantage of facility to the pupil and teach- 
er, and of making the former thoroughly understand what- 
ever is attempted to be taught. Thus if we begin with a 



ADVERTISEMENT. 

village or town in which the. pupil resides, and with which 
he is in some measure acquainted, and thence lead him to 
the adjacent towns, and finally over his native State, arid 
native country, all of which must be in a greater or less de- 
gree familiar to him, it is obvious that every step of his pro- 
gress is natural. His advance is rapid, because it is easy, 
and agreeable. It is sure, because the gradual ascent in 
the scale of knowledge, does not call upon him to achieve 
what he cannot perform — to comprehend words and forms 
of speech, for which as yet he has no ideas. 

" It is proper to remark, that although the author desig- 
nates his plan as inductive^ yet he has endeavored not to be 
the slave of system. He has written with the pupil con- 
stantly present to his imagination, and has therefore, in 
some instances, sacrificed theoretical consistency, to what 
was deemed of greater practical utility. 

" The author has not confined his attempts at improve- 
ment, to arrangement only. He believes that most of the 
school geographies in use, are so compendious as necessarily 
to fail of their object. The few brief words they bestow 
upon the description of a country, seem to be insufficient to 
convey any distinct picture of it. The terms used are ne- 
cessarily very general, and while they render the study 
uninteresting, they actually furnish the pupil with very few 
clear ideas. The author has attempted to remedy this de 
feet by more copious details, by a freer, and in some cases 
a more familiar style, and by presenting subjects calculated 
to excite the interest and fix the attention of youth. 

" The pictures in the volume are all from original de- 
signs, and were drawn under the direction of the author.—* 
They are designed to convey instruction, and the pupil is 
to recite from them, as from the maps." 

Example : [See Geog. page 24.] The engraving is under the head 
of Zones and Climates ; and the following are specimens of the au\ 
thor's manner of treating these subjects : — 

11 The following cut presents a scene in the torrid zone ; the people 
are poorly clothed, the land is but partially tilled, the houses are mean, 
and wild beasts dispute the dominion of the soil, with the inhabitants. — 
Yet melons, oranges, lemons, figs, pine apples, cocoanuts, spices, and 
other delicious productions, abound in these regions." 



ADVERTISEMENT. 




I From the General View of New England. [See page 45.] — 
I The engraving below points out some of the characteristics of New 
ngland. The vessel shows that the people are extensively engaged in 
erce. The man ploughing, intimates that agriculture is a consid- 
object of pursuit. The large building is a manufactory, and shows 
it manufactures are extensive. The persons in the foreground, rep- 
emigrants, and illustrate the disposition of the people to migrate 
parts of the country." 




ADVERTISEMENT. 

" Connecticut. [See page 38.] The public institutions in Connect- 
icut are numerous and valuable. Yale College at New-Haven, is one of 
the most eminent literary establishments in the Union. Washington Col- 
lege, at Hartford, is a new, but flourishing seminary, the buildings of 
which are elegant, and finely situated. 

"The Asylum for the Deaf and Dumb at Hartford, by means of which 




an unfortunate class of persons are restored to society, and made capable^ 
of reading, writing, and conversing, is one of the most interesting institu- 
tions in the country. It was the first of the land established in America, 
and the Principal, Mr. Gallaudet, with the aid of Mr. Clerc, a deaf and 
dumb professor, is entitled to the credit, of having been chiefly instrumen- 
tal in its foundation. The foregoing picture exhibits a view of the Asy- 
lum in the back-ground ; in the fore-ground are some deaf and dumb pu- 
pils, with one of their teachers. He is addressing them by signs." 

" New-Haven and Hartford, of nearly equal size, are the alternate pla- 
ces of meeting for the State Legislature. New-Haven, situated at the 
head of a small bay that sets up about 4 miles from Long Island Sound, is 
not excelled in beauty by any town in the United States. It is»a place of 
considerable commerce, and possesses many handsome public and'private 
buildings. Its churches, in particular, are beautiful ; and the new State 
House, is a chaste and imposing specimen of architecture. Population 
10,653. The engraving gives a view of a part of the town, embracing 
the College buildings. 



ADVERTISEMENT. 




" In the atlas, beside the ordinary maps, several new 
>nes will be found. The map of the Atlantic Ocean, its 
slandsand shores, and the map of the Pacific Ocean, its 
slands and coasts, are of such obvious importance, that we 
san hardly fail to wonder that they have never been used 
before. The polar projection of the northern and southern 
j lemispheres, the comparative chart of countries, islands, 
8 )ceans, seas, and lakes, the engraved picture of the world, 
ire all peculiar to this work, and it is thought will be found 
aseful auxiliaries. 

" As to the materials, they have been chiefly drawn from 
|VIalte-Brun, as stated in the title page. This author stands 
pre-eminent among modern Geographers. His copious and 
philosophical work, is worthy of far higher commendation, 
pan can be implied in making it the basis of so humble a 
compilation as this. 
Boston, 1830." 

And through the whole book, the cuts are designed 
o illustrate the text, and to convey information by visible 
mages, the most forcible of all language. They are not 
ike the cuts in most Geographies, selected from other books* 
vith littfo reference to the subjects treated of, but at great 
txpense have been designed by eminent artists, expressly 
or the present work. 



ADVERTISEMENT. 

In the Suggestions to Teachers, which follow the 
Preface, the author's plan is more fully unfolded; their 
length will not admit of their being introduced in an adver- 
tisement. Instructers are respectfully invited to examine 
the work, and particularly the suggestions, in which they 
will find much which will assist them in teaching the sch 
ence of Geography. 

Published as above also, by the same Author, 

AN INTRODUCTION TO THE MALTE-BRUN SCHOOL 
GEOGRAPHY, OR 

PETER PARLEY'S 

METHOD OP TEACHING GEOGRAPHY TO CHILDREN. ] 

Illustrated with nine copper-plate maps, and 75 engra- 
vings, for the use of Primary and Infant Schools. 

This little book has been highly recommended by the 
periodicals of the day. Indeed, no further evidence is need- 
ed of its great popularity and usefulness in schools, than that 
the public have called for six large editions in little more 
than one year. 

The Journal of Education says. 

This work is well calculated to answer the purpose fbr*v 
which it is written, viz. to teach the first steps in Geogra- 
pity. Such a work is much wanted, there being no one, 
either expressly designed for, or suited to this end. There 
are several valuable works for more advanced scholars, but 
none that is calculated to help the child easily and agreea- 
bly over the somewhat difficult grounds which lie between 
the primary reading lessons, and this popular and useful 
portion of juvenile study. 



J 



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ECLIPSES in the Year 1832. 

jL<4Jk < UJLb 

THERE wiJl be two Ellipses this year, both of the Sun, 
••as follows, viz : 

I. The first will be on February the 1st, at 5h. 30m. P. 
M. to us invisible, but in lal. 15° 14' S. long. 154° 14 1-2' 
W« the Sun will be centrally eclipsed on the meridian. 

II. The second will be on the 27th day of July, visible as 
fellows : 




ipparem time 

in the 

morning. 



Beginning at 

Middle 

End 
Whole duration of visibili ty, 
Oi&its eclipsed 5 1-4 on -the Sun's southern limb. 
There will also this year be a Transit of Mercu ry over 
*be Sun on the 5th day of May. 

The external ingress or beginning of the Transit or the 

ht m. 
Eastern side of the Sun will be at 4 16"| 
Internal ingress or g within {v)disk 4 19 j Apparent time 
§ nearest approach to the ©centre 7 42 J- in the 

Internal egiess 11 4 J Morning. 

External egress or end of Transit II 7 J 

If May the fifth should be serene, the Plannet Mercury 
may be seen, like a. black spot urx.n the Sun, from five till 
^eleven in the forenoon. 



CHRONOLOGICAL CYCLES FOR 1832. 



Dominical Letter, A. G 

Lunar Cycle or Golden/ ( 

Number, $ 

%act 28 



Solar Cycle, 
Roman Indictiou 
Julian Period, 



21 

5 

6545 



ELECTORS' MEETINGS 

Are held annually on the First Monday in April. 



A TABLE, 

Showing the difference of High Water at several 

places from New-London. 



The sixth column of each monthly page shows the 
time of high water at New London, N. York,Elizabeth- 
town Point, Tarpaulin Cove, Cape Henlopen,Cockspur, 
in Georgia, and Brunswick, in N. Carolina — to which if 
you add and subtract as in the annexed table, you will 
have the time of highwater at the following places. A 
shows that the annexed quantity of time must be added, 
S. subtracted — h stands for hours — m for minutes. 



Names of Places. 


H. M-j 


Names of Places. 


H. M* 


Amboy 


S. 


45\Newburyport 


A. 


2 45 


Annapolis, Md. 


s. 


2 New Haven 


A. 


1 50 


Annapolis, Novs. 


A. 


3 


New Providence 


S. 


1 25 


New Bedford 


S. 


1 12 


Norwich Landing 


A. 


45 


Boston 


A. 


2 15 


Penobscot 


A. 


3 


Cape Ann 


A. 


2 45 


Pensacola 


S. 


1 


Cape Fear 


s. 


1 


Philadelphia 


A. 


4 20 


Casco Bay 


A. 


2 15 


Piscataway 


A. 


2 40 


Charleston Bar 


S. 


2 20 


Plymouth 


A. 


1 45 


Fairfield 


A. 


2 


Port Royal, s. c. 


1 S. 


30 


Frederica 


S. 


1 


Portsmouth 


A 


2 45 


Georgetown bar 


s. 


2 20 


Providence 


S. 


1 


Guilford 


A. 


1 30 


Quebec 


A. 


3 


Halitax 


A. 


3 


Rhode Island 


S. 


45 


Hell Gate 


A. 


30 


Salem 


A. 


2 45 


Hartford 


A. 


2 20 


Sandy Hook 


A. 


55 


Huntington 


A. 


2 


Savannah 


S. 


1 12 


Ipswich 


A. 


2 45 


Saybrook 


A. 


15 


Jamestown 


A. 


50 


St. Augustine, B 


S. 


1 25 


Louisburg 


A. 


3 C 


^t. Johns. Newf 


A. 


3 


Main Ocean 


S. 


45 


Tybee Bar 


A. 


15 


Mobile Point 


A. 


6 C 


Williams, Va. 


A, 


2 15 


Nantucket 


S. 


1 30 


IWilmington, N. C.A. 


2 15 



1 Mo. JANUARY hath 


31 rh 


rji. 


1832. 


New Mo. 2d. 10h. 25m. alt. 


Full mo. 17d. llh.6m.morn 


First qv. 10(1. 8h. 3 m after. 


Last qr. 24d. Oh. 16m. aft. 


M|wi CaleridsHY&c. |©r.| ©s.|Psea.|p ]) s. 


1 A 


Circum. ]) apo^e 2/sets 8b 


7 28 


4 32 1 


7 52 


5 48 


22 


J rise 3h 49m M. 


7 27 


4 33 


8 39 


(sets 


33 


d J) £ . Cold and 


7 27 


4 33 


9 26 


5 24 


44 


blustering, expect rain 


7 26 


4 34 


10 14 


6 17 


55 


6 D $ • °r snow 


7 26 


4 34 


11 - 


7 12 


66 


6 D 2/. Epiph. soon. 


7 25 


4 35 


11 48 


8 11 


,77 


^setfe7h43m.7*Sou.7h23m. 


7 25 


4 35 


ift'34 


9 11 


8 A 


1 S. aft epiph. some 


7 24 


4 36 


1 19 


10 14 


92 


p'easant days about 


7 23 


4 37 


2 5 


11 17 


10 3 


1,1 d0 5 • this time. 


7 22 


4 38 


2 51 


morn. 


114 


da)- br, 5h 40m. snow 


7 21 


4 39 


3 39 


13 


12 5 


0sl clock 9m. or rain 


7 21 


4 39 


4 31 


1 22 


13 6 


2/ Sets 7h 23m. near 


7 20 


4 40 


5 25 


2 30 


14 7 


2 rise 3h S6m M, this 


7 19 


4 41 


6 23 


3 38 


15 4 


i S. alt. epiph. time. 


7 18 


4 42 


7 25 


4 45 


162 


J) Perigee. variable 


7 18 


4 42 


8 27 


5 53 


173 


high tides', weather 


7 17 


4 43 


9 29 


J) rise 


184 


^sets7h6m. expect 


7 16 


4 44 


10 29 


6 42 


19 £ 


9 rise 4h 4m M. n storm 


7 15 


4 45 


11 25 


7 30 


20 t 


> Q Eii,t. Z£ % \ rise 8h 33m, 


7 14 


4 46 


morn. 


8 59 


21' 


1 ^STation. near this time. 


7 13 


4 47 


17 


9 51 


22; 


\ 3 aft. epiph. Pleasant 


7 12 


4 48 


1 6 


10 44 


■23$ 


I but soon comes rain 


7 11 


4 49 


1 53 


11 43 


24; 


i 21 Sets 6h 50m. or snow. 


7 10 


4 50 


2 38 


m< rn. 


25 


i Conver. St. Paul. 


7 9 


4 51 


3 22 


43 


26 


5 £ rise 4li 13m M. 


7 8 


4 52 


4 7 


1 41 


27 


5 dav br. 5h 30m. Variable 


7 £7 


4 53 


4 52 


2 39 


28 


7 ^ apogee. weather. 


7 6 


4 54 


5 3[ 


3 34 


29 


A 4 aft epiph. Chilly 


7 5 


4 55 


6 2E 


4 29 


30 


2 winds, looks likely for 7 A 


4 56 


7 K 


5 5 17 


31 


3 snow or rain. |7 v 


4 57 1 8 1 


6 5 



CALENDAR 

Of the Courts in this State, arranged Monthly. 

SUPERIOR COURTS. 
JANUARY. At New-Haven, Third Tuesday. 
Brooklyn, fourfh t do* 



TT. Mo, FEBRUARY hath 29 days. JS32 



Fi-st 



mo. hi. oh. 2^111. ail. 
qr. 9d. 6h. 2 1 m. mo. 



fr uii mo. lod.lOh. 32m. all. 
Lnst qr. 23d. 7h.35m. mom. 



M w 



Ca trnriar, <*c, 



Uv}SJK.S-^.lr. ))*. 



1,4 
%\ 



3 


6 


4 


7 


5 


A 


6 


2 


7 


3 


8 


4 


9 


5 


JO 


6 


11 


7 


12 


A 


13 


2 


14 


3 


15 


4 


16 


5 


17 


6 


18 


7 


19 


A 


20 


> 


21 


3 


22 


4 


23 


5 


24 


6 


25 


7 


26 


A 


27 


2 



283 
294 



fcWil. bViVi, 0rCiip. 

cJ 1) 2/. 2/ s^ts 6h. 24m. 
Sgf. elong. 6 © #-Some 

l> easanl days, then comes 
5[ h S, all. Epipb. snow or 

rain or both, 
^ets 6h.9m, changeable 
^ rise 4h.27m.M. weather 
[Jay br 5h 17m. Cold 
0sl Clock 15m. now 

expect snow or rain 
6th aft. Epiph. near 

\ Per- this time. 

Valentine. Pleasant, 

2,ise4h. 36m. M. cold 
,iati tides. frosty 

l, ,ise 6h. 45rn. weather 
(Z\s\. clock 14m, variable. 
yepto^cs. grows more 

moderate. 
Qent. X Variable 

Qay ba. 5b. weather. 

k £ $ Expect a storm 
St, Matt. 6 ©-^ near this 
rise 4h. 44m. M. time. 
Sexages D apog. 

pleasant for 

£ ^ 9 flie season. 



7 2 


4 58 1 


7 1 


4 59 


7 


5 


6 59 


5 1 


6 57 


5 3 


6 56 


5 4 


6 55 


5 5 


6 54 


5 


6 53 


5 7 


6 51 


5 9 


6 50 


5 10 


,6 49 


5 11 


6 48 


5 12 


6 46 


5 14 


6 45 


5 15 


6 44 


5 16 


6 42 


5 18 


6 41 


5 19 


6 40 


5 20 


6 38 


5 22 


6 37 


5 23 


6 36 


5 24 


6 34 


5 26 


6 33 


5 27 


■6 32 


5 28 


6 30 


5 30 


6 29 


5 31 


6 28 5 32 


6 27 1 


5 33 



I 8 50i )sei. 



9 37 

10 24 

11 10 
11 56 



5 56 

6 5$ 

7 5g 
9 



aft.4310 ^ 

1 30-11 8 

2 19;morn 

n 

1 17 



3 11 

4 6 



5 4 

6 4 

7 5 

8 6 

9 4 
9 59 

10 51 

11 40 
morn. 

27 

1 14 

2 

2 46 

3 22 

4 19 

5 7 

5 56 

6 44 

7 33 



2 23> 

3 26 

4 30 

5 34 
J) rise 

6 13 

7 19 

8 25 

9 17 

10 10 

11 20 
morn, 

30 

1 26 

2 23' 

3 1£ 

4 1 

4 45 

5 26 



The Pianei Venus ( q ) will be morning star until the 26lh 
of July, thence evening star to the year's end. 

SUPERIOR COURTS. 
FEBRUARY. At Hartford, second Tuesday. 
Litchfield, third, do. Middletown, fourth do. 
COUNTY COURTS. 
At New-London, [a] Fairfield, [a] second, do. 



HI. Mo. 



MARCH hath 31 day*. 



1822 



.New mo. 2d. lull. 27m. mom. 


1'iiii 


luO.lt 


d. lOli. 35m. n o • 


First qr f«d. 2h. 2$in. aft. 


Last 


qr. 2 


rl. 8h 54 m aft. 


M|w| (Jmemi.ir, Arc | . 


)r.\ { ;.js.\F scale. j)s. 


1 


5 6 J) 2lgO>2 Chilling] 


6 


26 


5 


31 


8 30 


6 1 


2 


6 


9 ri *e 41). 47m. morn. 


6 


25 


5 


35 


9 8 


j) seta 


3 


7 


Day br. 4h. 50m. winds. 


6 


23 


5 


37 


9 55 


6 54 


4 


G 


Quinqua^es expect 


6 22 


5 


38 


10 42 


7 56 


5 


2 


iain ov snow. 


6 


21 


5 


39 


11 30 


9 1 


6 


3 


Shrove Tues. Changeable 


6 


19 


5 


41 


ij't.20 


10 7 


7 


4 


Ash Wednesday, weather 


6 


18 


5 


42 


1 11 


11 15 


8 


5 


6 $ 21 Coid and blus- 3 


16 


5 


44 


2 5 


morn. 


9 


6 


Fjsuu. llh. 36m. leiing. 


S 


15 


5 


45 


3 1 


23 


10 


7 


(Jbl clock 10m. Pleasant 


r- 
O 


1.'! 


5 


46 


3 59 


1 fe8 


11 


G 


1st San. in Lest. 6 


12 


5 


48 


4 49 


2 25 


12 


2 


Gre£. Martyr. 6 ? $ 


6 


11 


5 


49 


5 5S 


3 22 


13 


3 


J Perigee, Windy 


6 


10 


5 


50 


6 35 


4 H 


14 


4 


$ ri. 4h. 47m. M. 


6 


8 


5 


52 


7 50 


5 3 


15 


5 


expect a 


6 


7 


5 


53 


8 43 


5 40 


16 


6 


high T's. storm 


6 


5 


5 


55 


9 32 


> rise 


17 


7 


7*3 set llh. near 


6 


4 


5 


56 


10 22 


7 30 


18 


G 


2d in lent. this time 


6 


3 


5 


57 


11 11 


8 3« 


19 


2 


Snp. (5 (7) £> attended with 


6 


1 


5 


59 


11 57 


9 24 


20 


3 


O^t'TT* high winds. 


6 





6 





morn. 


10 24 


21 


4 


Be.i. Pleusaj.t 


5 


51' 


6 


2 


44 


11 24 


22 


5 


Day br. 4h 18m. foi 


5 


57 


6 


3 


1 34 


morn. 


23 


6 


9 ri. 4h. 44m, M. March 


5 


56 


6 


4 


2 1* 


20 


24 


7 


M. apogee. chilling 


5 


54 


6 


6 


3 7 


1 11 


25 


G 


3d in lent . -vind?. 


5 


55 


6 


7 


3 55 


2 3 


26 


2 


A. B.V.M. 


5 


51 


6 


9 


4 44 


2 45 


27 


3 


4 D $ .(J J Hers, expec 


5 


50 


6 


10 


5 32 


3 27 


28 


4 


a storm near th»^ 


5 


49 


6 


11 


6 20 


3 59 


29 


5 


6$} $ time. 


5 


47 


6 


13 


7 7 


4 30 


30 


6 


Variable weather. 


5 


46 


6 


14 


7 55 


5 8 


317 


17*s set 10b. 12m. 


5 


45 


6 


15 


8 43 


5 4S 


SUPERIOR CC 


)L 


rRT. 




MARCH. At Norwich, third 




Tuesday. 


COUNTY COURTS. 




At Brooklyn, first 




Tuesday. 






New-Haven, 


thil 


■d, 








do. 





Hartford, fourth, do. Tolland, fourth, do, 



IV. Mo. 



APRIL hath 30 days. 



1832. 



New J) Id. ()h.35in.nior. 

First qr.7ri. 9h. 2m. aft. 

Full mo.l4d. llh. 15m. after!* 6 " m0 * *? d ' 10h.58m.morn. 



Last qr. 22d. llh. 25m. aft, 



m|w| 


Ca!endar,£c |©r.|® s|F.sea.j 


K JM 


1 


G 


4th in lent. ^ sou. lQh. 


5 43 


6 17 


9 3li 


i)set 


2 


2 


J H. 41i. 41m.M. expect 


5 42 


6 18 


10 22 


8 8 


3 


3 


6 ^) 2/ easterly storm 


5 41 


6 19 


11 14 


9 14 


4 


4 


St. Ambrose. near this 


5 39 


6 21 


aft. 8 


10 22 


5 


5 


Day br.3h.51m. time. 


5 38 


6 22 


1 4 


11 30 


6 


6 


6 $ $ Pleasant 


5 36 


6 24 


2 3 


morn. 


7 


7 


M. per. Changeable 


5 35 


6 25 


3 2 


38 


8 


G 


5th in lent. weather. 


5 34 


6 26 


4 


1 30 


9 


2 


Qsl. cl. 2m. expect 


5 32 


6 28 


4 57 


2 17 


10 


3 


some rain near this 


5 31 


6 29 


5 22 


3 4 


11 


4 


6 } k time- 


5 30 


6 30 


6 44 


3 44 


12 


5 


Pleasant weather. 


5 28 


6 32 


7 34 


4 24 


13 


6 


2/ri. 4h. M. distant 


5 26 


6 34 


8 22 


4 56 


14 


7 


g Gr. elong. thunder. 


5 24 


6 36 


9 10 


^) rise 


15 


G 


6th in lent. Palm Sund. 


5 23 


6 37 


9 56 


7 20 


16 


2 


Day br. 3h. 40m. .Showers 


5 22 


6 38 


10 43 


8 19 


17 


8 


% ri.3h.M." in some 


5 21 


6 39 


11 31 


9 19 


13 


4 


7*s set 9h. 14m. places. 


5 19 


6 41 


morn. 


10 15 


19 


5 


0ent. b. 2/ri. 3h. 45m. 


5 18 


6 42 


19 


11 12 


20 


6 


Good Fri. flymg 


5 17 


6 43 


1 7 


morn . 


21 


7 


LVl. apogee. clouds 


5 15 


6 45 


1 55 


2 


22 


G 


Easter Sun. foggy morn. 


5 14 


6 46 


2 44 


50 


23 


2 


E. Mon. grows 


5 13 


6 47 


3 32 


1 32 


24 


3 


E. Tues. £ ([ Her. rather 


5 12 


6 48 


4 19 


2 13 


25 


4 


2/ri. 3b. 25m. M. dry. 


5 11 


6 49 


5 6 


2 47 


26 


5 


9 ri. 4h. 20m. M. 


5 10 


6 50 


5 53 


3 21 


27 


6 


Pleasant. 


5 9 


6 51 


6 40 


3 52 


28 


7 


expect some rain 


5 8 


6 52 


7 28 


4 22 


29 


G 


1 S. aft.E. low Sund." 


5 7 


6 53 


8 17 


4 55 


30 


2 


[ near this time. 


5 6 


6 54 


9 9 


Dsets 



SUPERIOR COURT 
APRIL. At Tolland, third Tuesday. 

COUNTY COURTS. 

At Haddam, Tues. aft. 1st Monday. 

Litchfield, first Tuesday. Fairfield, third, do, 



V Mo. 



MAY hath SI days. 



1832. 



First qr. 7d. 3h. 18m. morn 1 L \st qr.22d. 4h. 33m. aft. 


h Full mo I4d. Oh. 37m. ail. | New mo. 29d.7h. 9m. aft. 


M\W\ ria^ n «hr, &c. <0 r.| C-Js.|Fse M r. D * . 


! 13 


St. P.& James. Pleasant 


5 5 


6 55 10 3 


8 13 


t 2 4 


E. atN.Hav. weather. 


5 3 


6 57 


11 


9 21 


* 35 


raven cross. ) perigee. 


5 2 


6 58 


aft. 1 


10 30 


* 4 6 


|nf. 6 O 5. High tides 


5 1 


6 59 


1 


11 27 


*" 57 


Transit Merc. Some want 


5 


7 


2 


morn. 


1 6G 


2d aft. E. St. John Evan. 


4 59 


7 1 


2 59 


23 


72 


% ri.2h. 44m. M. of rain 


4 58 


7 2 


3 54 


1 8 


83 


6 D 1? -Showers in some 


4 57 


7 3 


4 46 


1 53 


9 4 


E.term begins. places. 


4 56 


7 4 


5 36 


2 30 


10 5 


h st a. Distant 


4 55 


7 5 


■6 23 


3 6 


116 


Day br. 2h. 54m. thunder 


4 54 


7 6 


7 10 


3 37 


12 7 


Cool for the middle of 


4 53 


7 7 


7 55 


4 8 


13 G 


3d aft. E. May. 


4 52 


7 8 


8 41 


4 38 


142 


U ri. 2h. 24m. M. 


4 51 


7 9 


9 28 


3 rise 


15 3 


fast cl. 4rn. cxpeci 


4 50 


7 10 


10 15 


8 10 


! 16 4 


C?n.2h,M. some 


4 49 


7 11 


11 3 


9 3 


! : 17 5 


Meve. sta. rain near 


4 48 


7 12 


U 52 


9 59 


186 


3) a po. this time 


4 47 


7 13 


morn. 


10 46 


| 19 7 


£ ''i. 4h. 4in. M. pleasant 


4 46 


7 14 


40 


11 34 


| 20 C 


1 4 th aft. E. weather 


4 45 


7 15 


1 28 


morn. 


! 212 


Qent. n. b -^Her. 


4 44 


7 16 


2 15 


11 


22 3 


Her. station. some 


4 43 


7 17 


3 1 


46 


23 4 


21 n. lh. 51m. M. 


4 42 


7 18 


3 47 


1 21 


24 5 


want of rain. 


4 42 


7 18 


4 32 


1 50 


25 6 


b % 1L variable weather 


4 41 


7 21 


5 18 


2 19 


26 1 


$ ri.3h. 55m. M. 


4 40 


7 20 


6 6 


2 51 


27 ( 


3- 5th aft. E. R Sun. 


4 39 


7 21 


6 55 


3 22 


28 5 


\ Day br # 2h, 30m. Foggy 


4 39 


7 21 


7 48 


'4 24 


29^ 


* DQl). thunder showeis 


4 38 


7 22 


8 44 


Dsets 


304 


I high tides, in some places. 


4 37 


7 23 9 44 


8 12 


3l£ 


► Ascen. H. Thur?. M.per. 


4 37 


7 23 10 45 


9 \" 



There are no Courts Jwlden in this Month. 



VI Mo. 



JUNE hath 30 dhys. 



1832. 



First qr. 5<i. IOn. 12m. morn. 

Full mo. 13(1-21). 57m. morn. 

m!wI Calendar, &c. 



Last qr. 21rl. ill. 27m. mor' 

New mo. 28d, 2h.llm.mor 

l©r.lQs.1Fsea.|rQg. 



1 


6 


Mer. gr. elong. unsettled 


4 36 


7 24 


11 38 


10 8 


£ 


7 


3£ri.lh.l4m.M. wea'her. 


4 36 


7 24 


aft.49 


11 1 


3 


G 


Sund. af*. ascen. Heat 


4 35 


7 25 


1 47 


11 54 


4 


2 


Eas. term ends, increases 


4 34 


7 26 


2 41 


morn. 


5 


3 


Thunder showers in 


4 34 


7 26 


3 32 


32 


6 


4 


Day br.2h 15m. many 


4 33 


7 27 


4 20 


1 2 


7 


5 


21 r. Oh. 56m. places. 


4 33 


7 27 


5 6 


1 35 


8 


6 


% ri.lh.l4mr.M. Weathei 


4 33 


7 27 


5 51 


2 8 


9 


7 


Vset midnight grows 


4 32 


7 28 


6 31 


2 38 


10 


r; 


Whir. Sund. dry, bui 


4 32 


7 28 


7 22 


3 8 


11 


2 


W. Mon. we may 


4 32 


7 28 


8 8 


3 42 


12 


3 


W. r I'ue3- expect 


4 31 


7 29 


8 56 


4 15 


13 


4 


2/ri. Ob. 27m. rain 


4 31 


7 29 


9 43 


2) rise 


14 


5 


1*8 rise 2h;40m.M. and 


4 31 


7 29 


10 32 


8 40 


15 


6 


thunder near this 


4 31 


7 29 


11 20 


9 27 


16 


7 


J apogee. time. 


4 31 


7 29 


morn. 


10 6 


17 


G 


Trin. Sun. £ J $ . 


4 31 


7 29 


7 


10 45 


10 


2 


UOIl Pleasant. 


4 31 


7 29 


53 


11 16 


19 


3 


Day or. 2h. 11m. very 


4 30 


7 30 


1 38 


11 46 


20 


4 


Jup. ri. 0b.6m.M. warm 


4 30 


7 30 


2 23 


morn. 


21 


5 


Qent-23 weather. 


4 30 


7 30 


3 7 


\6 


22 


6 


Trio. term begins. Some 


4 30 


7 30 


3 53 


46 


23 


7 


want of rain. 


4 30 


7 30 


4 40 


1 22 


24 


G 


1st S.aft.T.Nat.St.JohnB 


4 30 


7 30 


5 29 


1 58 


25 


2 


6 $ ? • unsettled weather 


4 31 


7 29 


6 22 


2 36 


26 


3 


'ljrise * lh - 41m - 


4 31 


7 29 


7 19 


3 3 


27 


4 


Foggy mornings. 


4 31 


7 29 


8 2» 


3 56 


2P 


5 


St, Peter. J per. 


4 31 


7 29 


9 23 


3) sets 


29 


5 


Variable. disdain 


4 31 


7 29 


10 26 


8 48 


30 


7 


very hifch tides, thunder. 


4 31 


7 29 


11 28 


9 42 






SUPREME COURT C 


>F E 


RRO 


RS. 





JUNE. At Hartford, second Tuesday. 

Litchfield, third, do. 

Danbury, fourth, do. 

N. Haven, Tues. fol. fourth, do. 
COUNTY COURTS. 
At New-LondoD, second Tuesday, New-Haven, 4th do* 



VII Mo. 



JULY hath 31 days. 



1832. 



Fust qr. 4d.6h.46m. an. 
Full mo. 12(1. 6h. 8m. aft. 



Last 

New 



«p. 20d. 5h. 1 5m. aft. 
mo. 27d. 9h. 8m. mom. 



MlVVt Calendar, &c ~~ l©M(v)s.lF.selr. D«. 



18 
17 
15 
14 
14 
13 
12 
11 
7 lC 
9 
8 



2 10 

2 58 

3 44 

4 30 

5 15 

6 1 

6 48 

7 35 
S 23 
9 11 



1 G 2d S.aft. Trin. rain [4 3217 28 aft. 26 

2 2 Visit. B V M. J }}}. 4 32(7 28 1 20 

3 3 Ju.ri. lift. 15m. 4 33 

4 2 hot and sultry thunder 4 33 

5 3 in many places. 4 33 

6 4 Day br. 2b. 16m. 4 34 

7 5 % ri. midnight. 4 34 

8 G 3d aft. Trin. Pleasant 4 35 

9 2 #r.!0h. 50m. some 4 35 

10 3 'Days decreased 12m. 4 36 

11 4 want of rain. 4 37 

12 5 CO si. cl. 5m. 4 38 

13 6 D apog. Variable 4 3 

14 7 6 jHer.Jup.ri. 10b.30m 4 38 

15 G 4 th tf. aft. Trin. weather. 4 39 

16 4 thunder showers in 4 40 
175 "}/ stationary.' many 4 41 

18 6 7*sri. Oh. 14m. places- 4 41 

19 7 Fine weather for 4 42 

20 7 Tjset 9h. making hay 4 43 

21 6 J up. ri. lOh. 6m. 4 45 

22 G 5th aft. Trin. (7)ent. Q 4 46 

23 2 Days short* n e d 32m. 4 46 

24 3 Some want of rain 4 47 

25 4 St. James. Dog d^ys begin 4 48 

26 5 Sup.rf (2) 9 . 7/_ri.9h.43m 4 49 

27 6 (J D V.J) perigee. Some 4 50 

28 7 Qedip. very high tides. 4 51 7 

29 G 6th S. aft. Trin- rain 4 52 7 

30 2 Day br. 2h 40m. near 4 53 7 
SI 3 thiitime. 4 53 7 



J 7 27 
5 7 27 
37 27 
17 26 
17 26 
>7 25 
>7 25 
3 7 24 
7 7 23 
J 7 23 
f 7 22 
3 7 22 
)7 21 
>7 20 
19 
19 



10 26 

11 1 
II 3G 
morn 

6 

35 

1 6 

1 37 

2 14 

2 51 

3 34 
Mrise 



9 59; 8 3 

10 46 ! 8 39 

11 31 j 9 IS 
morn. I 9 46 

16 10 16 

1 10 44 

1 45 11 11 

2 30 11 40 

3 17 morn, 
13 

52 

1 42 

2 29 

3 30 
VI .set 

8 13 

8 56 

9 31 
110 5> 



4 


7' 


5 





5 


58 


6 


59 


8 


2 


9 


5 


10 


f 


11 


4 


11 


48 


aft 


9 



SUPREME COURT OF ERRORS. 
JULY. At Haddam, [a] second Tuesday. 

Norwich, [a] third, do. 

Brooklyn, fourth, do. 

Tolland, Tues. fol. 4th do. 



VIU. Mo. AUGUST hath 31 days. 



1832 



First qr. 3d.6h.2m. morn. I Last qr. 19d. lh. 46m. mo. 
Full mo. lid. 9h. 40m. mo. New mo, 25d.4h.57m. after. 



lMlVVj Calendar, &c. | C£ r.l© s,l F.s. \r.^ s. 



9 

10 
U 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 



28 
29 
30|5 
31 



Lammas, Very warm 

||ii. 9h. 14m. 

D (?) ^ Thunder in 

many places. 
7th aft. Trin. 
Transfig. of our Lord 
N- of Jesus 
2/ri.8b.5lm. "| apog. 

Pleasant weather, 
Law. djf. 

Some want of rain. 
8 aft. Trin. Variable 

^ set 8h. £ gr. elon. 
Jup.vi. 8h. 21m. weather. 
0sl. cl.4m. Thunder 
£ set lOh. 26m. showers 
in someplaces. 
Day br. 3h.30m. 
9af. Trir.. 

7*s rise 10h. Expert 

Jup. ri. 8h- some rain 

near this time 
Qent.T^. Moon per. 
St. Bart Peasant 

U.]^h tide*. 
10 aft. Tr'm. 9 sla » 
JopSouih lh. 26m. M. 
St. August. unsettled 

St. J.B. behead. 
Qcl. even. weather. 

Evenings some cooler. 




SUPERIOR COURTS. 
AUGUST. At New-Haven, second Tuesday. 
Litchfield, third, do. Haddam, fourth, do. 

COUNTY COURTS. 
At Hartford, second, do. 

Brooklyn, second, do. Tolland, fourth, do. 



X. Mo. SEPTEMBER hath 30 days. 1832. 
. Last qr. lTci.G 1 !- 58m.n<ori) a 
I New mo.24d.2h.2lm.moru* 



First qr. ld.8h. 43m. aft. 
Full mo. I0d Oh 46m. mom. 



M|W| Calendar. Sec Ig) r.',g)*.|iF.sea.ir. ]) s. 



10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 



Some want ot rain 
llth aft. Trin. 
2L sou. lh. D. days end. 
Warm and pleasant. 
Mo. apogee 
Day br. 3h. 53m. 
V J Her. 7*s ri. 9h 
Na- BVM. distant thunder 

12 att. Trin. Cool 
6 O h • evenings 
% set S«h. 24m. and 
full tides. mornings 
(Tjf'ast. cl. 4m. some 
Holy Cross. rain near 
J up. sou. midnight, this 

13 aft. Trin. time. 
Lambert. g sta 



16 G 

1^2 

*8 3| "J high 



19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 



30 G 



and high 
% sets 9h. 6m. windy 
Day br. 4h. 18m. 
5 per. St. Matt. 
O ent. >ru unsettled 

14 aft. Trin. weather 
2/ Sou, Hh. 28m. 
Q set 6h.44m. expect 
Full tides. a,) 

easterly storm 

about this 
St. Mich. time. 

15 aft. Trin. 



6 29 
6 27 
6 26 
6 24 
6 23 
6 22 
6 20 
6 19 
6 18 
6 16 
6 15 
6 14 
6 12 
6 11 



46 
33 

8 20 

9 5 
9 51 

10 31 

11 22 
morn 

10 

1 

1 

2 

3 




53 
48 
47 

4 46 

5 46 

6 45 

7 41 

8 35 

9 28 

10 lb 

11 7 
11 56 
aft.45 

1 34 



10 49 

11 31 
morn. 

13 

1 5 
1 57 
'2 54 

3 51 

4 50 
^ rise 

7 26 

7 55 

8 29 

9 2 
9 44 

10 25 

11 19 
morn. 

13 

1 21 

2 28 

3 38 

4 4% 

5 sets 
7 8 

7 42 

8 18 

8 53 

9 34 



2 23110 15 



SUPERIOR COURTS. 
SEPTEMBER. At New-London, second Tuesday. 
Hartford, fourth, do. 

Danbury, fourth, do. 

COUNTY COURT. 
At Litchfield, fourth. do. 




UCTOBER. At Brooklyn, fi rst ^ 

Tolland, third/ Tue ? da y 

At ^ COUNTY COURT 

At Middletown, third, do 



46ui.a{tef 

lm. aft. 

-sea.|r. 7/j 

4 1/11 53 

4 49eaorn. 

5 37 o 47 

6 23; 1 47 

7 9; 2 48 

7 54 3 47 

8 40 4 46 

9 26 J, rise 
W 14 6 35 

1 4 7 12 
M 57 7 49 
norc.' 8 33 

52 9 18 

1 50 10 i3 

2 49 II ly 

3 48 morn. 
1 45 24 
5 4 l 1 33 
► 34 2 43 

25 3 54 
15 5 6 
3 Dset 
52 6 25 
41 6 58 
30; 7 3i 
20 8 19 
9 8 58 
59 9 49 
47/10 41 
44' 11 26 



XI Mo. 



NOVEMBER hath 30 (lavs. 



1832. 



Fiist qr. hi. 1 Hi. 19m. mor 
Full mo* 8d. 3n. 43m. mo i n 

Calendar, &c. 



M 


vv| 


1 


5 


2 


6 


3 


7 


4 


G 


5 


2 


6 


3 


7 


4 


8 


5 


9 


6 


10 


7 


11 


G 


12 


2 


13 


3 


14 


4 


15 


5 


16 


6 


17 


7 


18 


G 


19 


2 


20 


3 


21 


4 


22 


5 


23 


6 


24 


7 


25 


G 


26 


2 


27 


3 


28 


4 


29 


5 


39 


6 



L : >st qr. I4 r l. 1 in. 4m. all. 
New mo. 22i.4h. 30m. mor. 
First qn 30d. 8h. 1 1m. mor. 
\<Z)r.\ GMi|F.seivjr. D if 



Ail Saints. £set 6h. 22a. 
All Souls Pleasant 

^t south 8h.48m. fei 

20 aft. Trin. the season. 
Expect some 

Mich, term begins, rain 
fy ri.lh.37m.M. neat 

Q fast el. 16m. this 

Day br. 5h. 25m. time. 
Hig-h tides. Pieasani 

21 aft. Trin. for 
D Perigee. J> high. the 
J up. sta. season. 

9set6h.25m. unsettled 

l|set lh.40m. weathe 

It is time to prepare to 

/*s S. midnight. winter 

22 af. Tr. 

V set 6h.30m. W 

% sou. midnight. may 
-V set lh.16.rn. now 

^ent. f . expect a 

St. Clem. cold sto,m of 

rain and perhaps sOna< 

23 af. Tr. snow 
9 set 6h. 32m. 

J up. sets Oh. 50 m. M. 
Mich, term edds. & J # 
3) apo. Variable 

St. Andrews. weather, 



6 54 


r > 6 


6 55 


5 5 


6 56 


5 4 


6 57 


5 3 


6 59 


5 1 


6 


5 


6 1 


5 59 


7 2 


5 58 


7 3 


4 57 


7 4 


4 56 


7 5 


4 55 


7 6 


4 54 


7 7 


4 53 


7 8 


4 52 


7 9 


4 51 


7 10 


4 50 


7 11 


4 49 


7- 12 


4 48 


7 13 


4 47 


7.14 


4 46 


7 15 


4 45 


7 15 


4 45 


7 16 


4 44 


7 17 


4 43 


7 18 


4 42 


7 19 


4 41 


7 20 


4 40 


7 20 


4 40 


7 21 


4 39 


)7 22 


4 38 



morn. 

36 

1 31 

2 27 

3 34 

4 40 

5 40 
]) rise 

6 28 

7 16 

8 14 

9 13 
10 21 

42'jll 30 
37 morn. 
30j 36 

1 42 

2 47 

3 54 
5 1 
5 59 



8 58 

9 50 

10 40 

11 44 
norn. 

44 

1 44 
2 
3 
4 
4 21] 

6 9: 

6 56' 

7 44j 

8 311 



9 19 ( Dseta 



10 

10 58! 

11 47j 
tft.36 

1 24! 



6 4 

6 47 

7 37 

8 27 

9 24 



2 10 10 21 

2 55 11 18 

3 39 morn. 



COUNTY COURTS. 
NOVEMBER. At Hartford, second, 
Norwich, second, 
Danbury, third, 
New-Haven, fourth, 



Tuesday. 
do. 
do. 
do. 



XII. Mo. DECEMBER hath 31 days. 1832, 



Full mo. 7d. 3h. 40m. after. 
Last qr. 14d.7h. 44m. mom. 



New mo. 21d» 9h. 49m. aft. 
First qr. 30d. 3h. 22m, mom , 



M|w| Calendar, &c. (©r.f'OtH 


F.senrr. ^)s. 


1 


7 


9 set, 6h. 44m. Winter 


7 23 


4 37 


4 22 15 


2 


G 


Advent. has now 


7 24 


4 36 


5 6 


1 17 


3 


2 


Jup. set 0h.23m.M. come 


7 25 


4 35 


5 51 


2 16 


4 


3 


Day br.5b.28m. whether 


7 25 


4 35 


6 38 


3 16 


6 


4 


Full tides, we are ready 


7 26 


4 36 


7 28 


4 23* 


6 


5 


Of. cl.9m. for it or 


7 26 


4 36 


8 22 


5 31 


7 


6 


2 set 6h.55m. not. 


7 27 


4 33 


9 20 


^rise. 


8 


7 


Concep. B.V.M. Expect 


7 27 


4 33 


10 21 


5 48 


9 


G 


2 in advent. 3) P er » 


7 28 


4 32 


11 23 


6 52 


10 


2 


11 sets 12h.21m. rain or 


7 28 


4 32 


morn. 


7 56 


11 


3 


Q J}i. snow or both 


7 28 


4 32 


24 


9 8 


12 


4 


<Jsou. 9h. 52m. nea r 


7 29 


4 31 


1 23 


10 20 


13 


5 


$ set 7h.5m. this 


7 29 


4 31 


2 17 


11 26 


14 


6 


7*s sou. 10 o'clock, time. 


7 29 


4 31 


3 8 


morn. 


15 


7 


J station. Some pleasant 


7 29 


4 31 


3 58 


35 


16 


G 


3 in advent. days 


7 30 


4 30 


4 45 


1 38 


17 


2 


^/sets llh.32m. but soon 


7 30 


4 30 


5 31 


2 42 


18 


3 


Day br, 5h.29m. clouds up 


7 30 


4 30 


6 17 


3 43 


19 


4 


D Q lj for a siorm ol 


7 30 


4 30 


7 4 


4 45 


20 


5 


\ .i. lib. 52m. rain 


7 30 


4 30 


7 52 


5 47 


21 


6 


St.Tho.(v)ent,^f.orsnow 


7 30 


4 30 


8 40 


Jsets. 


22 


7 


d ) $ . Cold and bluster- 


7 30 


4 30 


9 29 


5 19 


23 


G 


4 in advent, ing, pleasant 


7 f 30 


4 30 


10 18 


6 10 


24 


2 


9set.7h.25m. forthessa* 


7 30 


4 30 


11 6 


7 2 


25 


3 


Christmas J) apog. son 


7 29 


4 31 


11 53 


7 58 


26 


4 


St. Steph. 7(setl0h.54m. 


7 29 


4 31 


aft. 38 


8 55 


27 


5 


St. John. Pleasant for 


7 29 


4 31 


1 22 


52 


28 


6 


Innocents. the season. 


7 29 


4 31 


2 4 


10 50 


29 


7 


O £ Her. expect a 


7 29 


4 31 


2 47 


11 49 


30 


G 


1st aft. Christ, storm near 


7 28 


4 32 


3 30 


mom 


31 


g 


this time. So ends the year 


7 28 


4 32 


4 14 


47 



SUPERIOR COURT. 
DECEMBER. At Fairfield, last Tuesday. 

COUNTY COURTS. 

At Brooklyn, secoud, do. 

Litchfield, third, do. 

Tolland, fourth, do. 



Old Road from Boston 

York. 
To Cambridge 
Waiertown 
Waltham 
Weston 
Sunbmy 
Marlborough 
Northborough 
Shrewsbury 
Worcester 
Leicester 
Spencer 
Brookfield 
Weston 
Palmer 
Wilbrabam 
Springfield 
Suffield 
Windsor 
Hartford 
Berlin 
Meriden 
Wallingford 
New Haven 
Milford 
Stratford 
Bridgeport 
Fairfield 
Saugatuc 
Norwalk 
Darien 
Stamford 
Horseneck 
Rye 

East Chester 
West Farms 
Harla em Bridge 
New-York 



17 
ROADS. 

to New From Boston to Hart'd. 
Hartford to N. York 



3 
4 
3 
5 
4 
10 
5 
5 
6 
5 
H 
7 

6 
7 

11 

14 

10 

7 

10 

6 

8 

9 

9 

5 

4 

4 

6 

4 

Bi 

4i 

5 

5 

10 

4 

4 



Whole distance 



a 



123 
112 



235 



Hartford to Windsor, Vt. 
Springfield 28 

Northampton 19 

Deerfield 28 

Putney 23 

Charlestown 20 

Windsor 18 

New-London to Newport. 
Westerly 15 

Tower Hill , 25 

Naraganset Ferry 3 

Newport 7 

New-York to Washington* 
Princeton 52 

Philadelphia 94 

Wilmington 123 

Susquehannah (Havre) 158 
Baltimore 192 

Gents 214 

Washington 227 

Post Road from Boston to 
Hartford. 
Farmington 20 

Worcester 18 

Sturbridge 18 

Stafford 16 

Vernon 12 

Hartford 14 

Turnpike from New London 

to Providence and Boston. 
Mystic, Williams's 7£ 

N. Stonington, Miner's 8£ 
Hopkinton City 2£ 

West Greenwich, Blake's 15 
Providence 16£ 

2 



18 



Bostoii 

Whole distance 
From New-London to 
wick and Boston. 
To Montville 
Norwich 
Jewett's City 
Plainfield 
Sterling! 
Scituate 
Providence 
Attleborough 
Walpole 
Dedham 
Boston 



42 

92£ 
Nor- 

7 
6 
8 
7 
4 
11 
1 

12 
10 
10 
10 



Glastenbury, Welles's 10 

Hartford 4 3-4 

Total 42 3-4 

From Hartford to Albany* 



Total 100 
From Boston to Portland 

Lynn 7 

Salem 12 

Ipswich 7 

Newburyport 12 

Hampton IS 

Portsmouth 10 

Kennebeck. 29 

Poitland 27 

Total 119 
New- London to New Haven. 

Lyme Iti 

Say brook 3 

Killing worth 8 

Guilford 9 

Bra ndford, Barker's 9 

New Haven 8 

Total 59 
New- London to Jfartford. 

Montville, Turner's 8 

Snlem 6 

Colchester 6 

Marlborough, Buell's 8 



Northington 
NT. Hartford 
Winchester 
Norfolk 
Sheffield 

Great Barringtou 
W. Stockbridge 
N. Canaan 
Chatham 
Nassau Village 
Schodack 
Albany, Skinner's 



10 
10 

s 

8 
14. 

6 
10 

8 

6 

4 

6 

6 



Total 94 

New Turnpike Road from N. 
Haven to Norwich and 
Providence, R. /• 
From N. H. by N. Bran- 
ford to Essex Ferry 30 
Essex Ferry to Salem 

cross roads 6J 

Hence to Norwich city 10| 
Total 50 

From Norwich by Preston 
& Volnntcwn to Prow 38 
N. H. to Providence 88 

Thence to Boston 42 

Total 130 
From Albany to Buffalo. 

Schenectady 16 

Amsterdam 16 

Johnston 16 

Palatine 14 

Herkimer 17 

Utica, Shepard's 16 

Vernon 19 

Lenox 10 

Manlius 14 



10 



Mancellvrs 


17 


Skeneatelos 


in 


Auburn 


6 


Cayuga 


4 


"Geneva 


5 


Gorhftm 


10 


Canandaigoa 


6 


East BloomrieH 


C 


West BJoomneld 


6 


Lima 5 Avon 3 


8 


Caledonia 


7 


Batavia 


18 


Buffalo 


3H 


From Canandaigua 


to JW 


agar a Falls. 




Genesee River 


274 


Batavia 


27 


Buffalo Creek 


36 


.Niagara Falls 


814 



112- 

From Providence io Hartford 
Plainfieid 3tf 



Windham 14 

Karl lord 30 

Post Road/ om Hari r or<l to 

Providence. 
Manchester Iflj Coventry 6 16 

Mansfield 7 Ashford a 15 
A bin "Hon 7 

Kiliingly, Centre, 7 

Gloucester 3 Scituale 8 16 
Piovidenre 8,J 

Total 69£ 

Middlt Road from Boston /» 

Hartford. 
Dedham 10 

Pomfiet 47 

Hartford 4(3 

97 

From Hartford to J\T. Haveru, 

through Middletown. 
Middletown 15 

North ford 12 

Xew Haven 11 



Distances from Washington lo the Capitals of aS 

the States — Main Post Road. 

Northern Route* Southern Route. 

Richmond, Va. 123 

FnyeUville, N. C, 348 

Oofbmbus, Ohio', 4 If! 

Charleston. S C. 544 

Frankfort, Ken. 5*>S 

Indianapolis, Ind. 6o3 

Savannah, Geo. f>.*)7 

iVlurfreeshoro' Tern 7<M 

St. Mary's, 80S 

Vandalia, .-Illinois, UOJ? 

Si. Louis, Mi so. 8 79 

Tuscaloosa, Alab, S'^1 

Cahawba, Alal), 915 

Monticello, Missis. 1 I'M 

New Orleans, Loa* jSifcV 



To Baltimore 


'38 


Wilmington, Del. 


111 


Philadelphia 


137 


Trenton, N. J. 


17<> 


New York 


227 


New Haven 


304 


Middletown 


329 


Hartford 


336 


New Loudon 


3f;o 


Norwich 


•37s 


Providence 


410 


Boston 


436 


Portsmouth, N. 1L 


492 


Mont.pelier, Vt. 


534 


Portland, Me- 


554 


fcfcSftyort 


36$ 



20 



INTEREST TABLE. 


Table of simple Interest at 6 per cent, in Dolls. & Cts. 


Principal |1 w. 1 1 m. \ 3 m. | 6m.|lyr- 


d. c.|d. c.| d. c.|d. C. |D. c»' 


Cents 10 0,0 





I 





20 








o 





1 


30 








o 





2 


40 








o 


1 


3 


50 











2 


6 


Dollars 1 


o o 





f 1 


3 


12 


2 


o 


1 


3 


6 


18 


3 


o 


1 


4 


9 


24 


4 





2 


6 


12 


30 


5 


o 


3 


7 


15 


60 


10 


1 


5 


15 


30 


20 


20 


2 


10 


SO 


60 


1 80 


30 


3 


15 


45 


90 


1 40 


40 


5 


20 


60 


1 20 


6 


50 


6 


25 


75 


1 50 


2 


100 


12 


50, 1 50 


3 


8 


200 


25 


1 


3 


6 


12 


300 


37 


1 50 


4 50 


9 


18 


400 


50 


2 


6 


12 


24 


500J0 62 


2 50 f 7 50 


15 


30 


1000 


|l 25 


5 


]15 


30 


60 



O" To find the interest of any particular sum for any 
certain time, multiply the sum by the number of months, 
take one half of the product, ami you will find the two 
right hand figures to be cents— the remainder, on the left 
hand are dollars, which is the answer. If there be cents, 
in the sum, after you have multiplied as above, you will 
find the two right hand figures to be fractions, the two 
next, cents, and the remainder in dollars. 



21 

A TABLE 

Showing the value of any number of Cents from one to 
one hundred, in shillings, pence, and farthings. 



Ct8 


t. 


dfA 


Ct» 


.9. 


elf, 


ctss. 


d. J 


cis. 


r 


rf./; 


1 





3 


26 


1 


6 3 [51 3 


03 


76 


4 


6 3 


O 





1 2, 


27 


1 


7 2'|523 


1 2 


77 


4 


7 2 


3 





2 1' 


28 


1 


8 lj 


53 


3 


2 1 


78 


1 


8 1 


4 





3 0; 


29 


1 


9 

9 3 


54 


3 


3 79 


4 


9 


5 





3 3, 


:30 


1 


55 


3 


3 3|80 


4 


9 3 


6 





4 2 


31 


1 


10 2 


56 


3 


4 lj',81 


4 


10 2 


7 





5 1 32 


I 


11 1 


57 


3 


5 Oj 82 


4 


11 1 


8 





5 3^3 


1 


11 3 


58 


3 


5 3; 


83 


4 


11 3 


9 





6 2 


34 


2 


2 


59 


3 


6 2 


84 


5 


2 


10 





7 1 


35 


2 


1 1 


60 


3 


7 1 


85 


5 


1 1 


11 





8 


36 


2 


2 


61 


3 


8 0' 


86 


5 


2 


12 





8 3 


37 


2 


2 3 


62 


3 


8 3 j 


s7 


5 


2 3 


13 





9 1 


38 


2 


3 1 


63 


3 


9 l! 


88 


5 


3 1 


14 





10 39 


2 


4 


64 


3 


10 


89 


5 


4 


15 





10 3 


40 


2 


4 3 


65 


3 


10 3j 


90 


5 


4 3 


16 





11 2 


41 


2 


5 2 


66 ! 3 


11 2 


91 


5 


5 2 


17 


I 


1 


I40 


2 


6 1 


674 


1! 


92 


5 


6 1 


18 


1 


1 


43 


2 


7 


684 


1 0l93 


1 


7 


19 


1 


1 3 


44 


2 


7 a 


.69:4 


1 3 


94 


5 


7 3 


20 


1 


2 1 


45 


2 


8 5 


1704 


2 1 


95 


5 


8 1 


21 


1 


3 


46 


2 


9 


714 


3 


96 |5 


9 


22 


1 


3 3 


47 


2 


9 3 


72J4 


3 3 


97 5 


9 2 


23 


1 


4 2 


48 


2 


10 2 


73'4 


4 2 


98 5 


10 1 


24 


1 


5 1 


49 


2 


11 1 


74^4 


5 1 


99 |5 


11 I 


25 


1 


6 


50 


l3 





75 


4 


6 


10C 


6 






Money accounts of the United States are to be ex- 
pressed in Dollars or Units, Dimes or Temhs, Cents 
or Hundredths, and Mills or Thousandths. A Dime 
being the tenth part of a Dollar, a Cent the hund- 
redth part of a Dollar, and a Mill the thousandth 
part of a Dollar. 

J> Conjunction, or Planets situated in the saine long. 

JT Quartile, when they are 90° distant from each other. 

g Opposition, when they are 180° distant. 

^ Trine, when they are 120°. 

^k Sextile., when two planets, or stars, are 60° distant. 



22 

VALUE OF GOLD COINS CONSIDERED AS 
BULLION. 



American and Foreign Gold, being" considered as Bul- 
lion, an estimate of its value may be made by calculating 
its worth at the following rates, being the standard valu- 
ation by the government to regulate the currency of for- 
eign gold, in the United States, in conformity to Acts of 
Congress, passed 29th of April, A. D. 1816. 

AMERICAN, ENGLISH AND PORTUGUESE GOLD. 

The Gold Coin of America, Great Britain and Portu- 
gal, are all of the same standard, and are valued at 88- 
89 and 100 cents to the Dwt. or at 27 grs. to the dollar ; 
or Dwts. Grs. 

The weight of one dollar is 1 03 

do. 500 dollars 562 12 

do. 10,000 dollars 11,250 00 

FRENCH GOLD. 

The Gold Coin of France is valued at 87 1-4 cents the 
dwt. or 27 1-2 grains to the dollar ; therefore 

Dwts. Grs. 

The weight of $1 00, is 1 04 

do. 500 00, is 573 07 

do. 10,000 00, is 11,461 08 

SPANISH GOLD. 

This coin is valued, agreeably to Acts of Congress at 
84 cents to the dollar, or at 28 1-2 grains to the dollar. 

Dwts. grs. 
The weight of $1 00, is 1 06 

do. 500 00, is 595 6 

do. 100,000 00, is 11,904 18 

Doubloons % it will be observed, are received by the 
Banks at $14 60 each ; but they are generally in such 
demand as to sell for at least $15 each, among Brokers 
and others, and are variable from this price to sixteen, 
dollars each, but seldom command the Latter price. 



23 
ATARLE 

Of the true or standard weight of the Coins generally 
in circulation ; with the prices at which they are at all 
times current at the several Banks in the United States ; 
but frequently at a considerable premium in market. 

WEIGHT OF AMERICAN GOLD. 



Dwts. gr. 


Par va. 


An Eagle should weigh 11 6 


$10 00 


half do. 5 15 


5 00 


quarter do. 2 19 1-2 


2 50 


ENGLISH GOLD. 




A Guinea should weigh 5 8 


4 66 


half do. 2 16 


2 33 


third of a Guinea 1 18 2-3 


1 55 


quarter do. 1 08 


1 16 1-2 


Sovereign 5 03 


4 44 


half do. 2 13 1-2 


2 22 


third do. 1 17 


1 38 


quarter do. 16 3-4 


1 11 


FRENCH GOLD. 




A Guinea should weigh 5 00 


4 36 


Half do. 2 12 


2 18 


Napoleon, (or 20 Fr pieces) 4 03 


3 60 


PORTUGUESE. 




Johannas should weigh 18 00 


16 00 


Half do. 9 00 


8 00 


Moidore 6 22 


6 00 


SPANISH GOLD. 




Doubloons should weigh 17 08 


14 60 


Half do. 8 16 


7 30 


Quarter do. 4 08 


3 65 


Eighth 2 04 


1 37 1-2 


Sixteenth 1 02 


93 3-4 


SILVER. 




Spanish Dollars 17 08 


1 00 



24 
A TABLE of various Foreign Coins, fycwith 

value in Federal Money. 
Sixteenth of a dollar, 

Real Plate of Spain 

English sixpence 

Livre Tournois of France 

Franc of France 

English shilling 

Marc Banco of Hamburgh 

Florin, or Guilder of the U. Netherlands 



Half dollar 

Rupee of Bengal 

Rix dollar of Denmark and Sweden 
Rouble of Russia 
Crowns of England and France 
Milrea of Portugal 
Tale of China 
Pagoda of India 
French Pistole 3 

Spanish Pistole 3 

Pound of Ireland 4 

Pound Sterling of Great Britain 4 

French Guinea 3 

English Guinea 4 

Moid ore 6 

Doubloon 14 

Johannas 16 



06 
10 
11 

18 
18 
22 
23 
40 
50 
50 
00 
00 
11 
24 
48 
84 
66 
77 
10 
44 
60 
65 
08 
93 
00 



Weight and Value of American Coins 



Names. 
Eagle 
Half Eagle 
Quarter Eagle 
Dollar 
Half Dollar 
Quarter Dollar 
Dime 
Half Dime 



pwts. grs. 



11 
5 
2 

17 

8 
4 
1 




6 
15 
19 1-2 

7 
16 

8 
18 
21 



dols. 
10 
5 
2 
1 







their 

21-2 

9 

1 

5 

71-2 

2 

. 



















7 

3 







7 



4 



cts. 
00 
00 
50 
00 
50 
25 
10 
5 



25 
PUBLIC DEBT. 

Statement of the Public Debt of the U. States. 
Amount unredeemed, Jan. 1st, 1831, $39,123,191 68 

Redeemable as follows : 
At the pleasure of the Government, viz : 
Three per cents, $13,296,397 57 

Five per cents, 4,000,000 00 

Four and a half per cents. 6 months notice, 

part of subscription to the bank of the U. S. 1,539,336 16 
Unfunded debt, 40,729 80 







$18,876,463 53 


After the 1st of December, 


1831, 




Four and a half per cents. 




5,000,000 00 


After the 1st of January, 1831, 




Four and a half per cents, 




5,000,000 00 


Five per cents, 




999,999 13 


After the 31st December, 1831, 




Five per cents, 




56,704 77 


Four and a half per cents, 




2,227,363 97 


After the 31st December, 1833, 




Four and a half per cents, 




2,227,363 98 


After the 1st January, 1835 


, Five per cents, 4,725,296 30 




$39, 123,1 91 


68 


INCREASE OF THE POPULATION OF 


THE UNITED 


STATES FROM 


1820 to 1830. 


Maine, 33,1598 per ct 


S. Carolina, 


15,657 per ct. 


N. Hampshire, 10,391 


Georgia, 


51,472 


Massachusetts, lf>,575 


Kentuck}, 


22.066 


Rhode-Island, 17,157 


Tennessee, 


62,044 


Connecticut, 8,161 


Ohio, 


01,098 


Vermont, 19,005 


Indiana, 


132.087 


New-York, 39,386 


Mississippi, 


81,032 


New-Jersey, 15,564 


Illinois, 


185,406 


Pennsylvania, 28,416 


Louisiana, 


40.665 


Delaware, 5,487 


Missouri, 


110,380 


Maryland, 9,712 


Alabama, 


141.574 


D. Columbia, 20.639 


Michigan, 


250,001 


Virginia, 13,0o9 


Arkansas, 


113,273 


if. Carolina, 15,592 

Average, - 


Florida, 




* - 33,392 





26 
TAIMLE, 

Showing the composition of the Legislatures, and es- 
timated population in 1830, of the twenty -four States 
of the Union. 



Total. 



Maine, 


•20 


150 


170 


420,000 


New-Hampshire. 


12 


220 


232 


300,000 


Mnssachusetts, 


40 


400 


440 


580,000 


Vermont, 


12 


212 


224 


280,000 


Connecticut, 


21 


207 


228 


290,000 


Rhode-Island, 


10 


72 


82 


90,000 


New-York, 


32 


128 


160 


2,000,000 


New -Jersey, 


14 


42 


56 


330,000 


Delaware, 


9 


21 


30 


80,000 


Pennsylvania, 


33 


100 


133 


1,300,000 


Maryland, 


15 


80 


95 


450,000 


Virginia, 


32 


134 


166 


1,130,000 


North-Carolina, 


64 


135 


199 


720,000 


South-Carolina, 


47 


124 


171 


600,000 


Georgia, 


?tt 


140 


216 


410,000 


Alabama, 


22 


72 


94 


380,000 


Tennessee 


20 


40 


60 


600,000 


Kentucky, 


33 


100 


138 


650,000 


Ohio, 


35 


70 


106 


1,000,000 


llliuoiv, 


13 


36 


54 


190,000 


Indiana, 


23 


54 


77 


360,000 


Mississippi, 


11 


36 


47 


130,000 


Missouri, 


19 


42 


59 


160,000 


Louisiana, 


20 


43 


68 


300,800 



27 

INDIAN POPULATION 

Within the limits of the States and Territories of the 
United States, being as accurate as circumstances 
would permit, and supposed to be nearly correct. 



Choctaws, 

Snakes, 

Creeks, 

Cherokees, 

Black Feet, 

Chippewas, 

Sioux, 

Pawnees, 

Assineboins, 

Potawat amies, 

Winnebagoes, 

Sacs, 



Menomonies, 

Crows, 

Arripahas, 

Seminoles, 

Chickasaws, 

Creeks, 

Ottawas, 

Algonquins, 

35 small Tribes, 

West of the Rocky Mountains, 



20,000 

20,000 

20,000 

15,000 

15,000 

15,000 

15,000 

12,000 

8,000 

6,500 

5,800 

6,800 

5,0Q0 

4,200 

4,500 

4,000 

4,000 

3,600 

3,000 

4,000 

3,000 

41,600 

80,000 



Total in the U. States and Territories, 316,000 

Of this number of Indians, there are in Maine, Massa- 
chusetts, Rhode-Island, Connecticut, and Virginia, 2,500 



New- York 4,500 

Pennsylvania, 300 

N. and S. Carolina,3,400 
Georgia, 7,800 

Tennessee & Ohio,3,000 
Total in the States, 



Mississippi, 
Alabama, 
Louisiana, Indiana, 
Illinois, & Missouri 



24,000 
20,000 

000 



\ 17,< 



82,500 



28 

AN ABSTRACT of a « careful revision of the enume- 
ration of the United States for the years 1790, 1800, 
1810, 1820," compiled at the Department of State, 
agreeabl y to law ; and an Abstract from the aggre^ 
gate returns of the several Marshals of the United 
States of the " Fifth Census."— 1830. 



JSTATES. I 1790. 



Maine 

N. Hampshire 

Massachusetts 

Rhode Island 

Connecticut 

Vermont 

New-York 

New Jersey 

Pennsylvania 

Delaware 

Maryland 

1). Columbia 

Virginia 

K. Carolina 

S. Carolina 

Georgia 

Kentucky 

Tennessee 

Ohio 

Indiana 

Mississippi 

Illinois 

Louisiana 

Missouri 

Alabama 

Michigan 

Arkansas 

Florida 



96,540 
141, 899 
378,717 

69,il<> 
238.141 

85.416 
340,120 
184,139 
434,373 

59,096 
319,72m 

748,30* 

393,751 

249,OT; 

82,548 

73,077 

35,791 



1800. ! 1810. | 1820. 



151,719 
18:3.762 

423. 245 1 

69,122 
251,002 
154,465 
586,756 
211,949 
602,365 

64,273 
341,548 

14,093 
880,200 
478,103 
345,591 
162,101 
220,955 
105,602 

45,365 
4,875 
8,850 



228,705 
214,360 
472,041 

77,031 

262,042 

217,713 

959.049 

245.555 

810,091 

72,674 

380,546 

24,023 

974,62. 

555,501 

415,115 

252,435 

406,511 

261,72" 

230, 76( 

24.52C 

40,352 

12,282 

76,556 

20,845 

4,762 



»98,3.* a 

244,161 

5*23,287 

83,059 

275,202 

235,764 

1372,812 

277,575 

1049,458 

72,749 

407,350 

33.039 

1065,379 

638,829 

502,741 

340,987 

564,317 

422,813 

581,434 

147,178 

75,44fi 

55,211 

153, 4H7 

66,586 

127,902 

3,896 

14,273 



3929,827 5305,94l'7239,8l4J;i6o8, 19 1[12856464 



1830, 



399,462 

269,533 I 

610,014 J 

97,210 

297,711 

280,679 

1913,508 

320,779 

1347.672 

76,739 

446,913 

39,858 

1211,266 

738,470 

581,458 

516,567 

688,844 

684,32*2 

937,679 

341,582 

136,806 

157,575 

215,791 

140,084 

309,206 

31,128 

30,383 

34,725 



29 

"government of " * 
COIVNECTICUT. 

EXECUTIVE AND LEGISLATIVE DEPARTMENTS, 



HIS EXCELLENCY 

JOHN S. PETERS, Governor. 
Salary, $ 1100. 

Vacant, Lieutenant-Governor. 

Salary, $300. 

Hon. Robert Fairchild, President of the Senate, 



SENATORS. 

District No. 1. Romeo Lowrey, 

" " 2. Andrew Denison, 

11 " 3. William marks, 

" " 4. Wm. W. Boardman, 

" " 5. Noyes Darling, 

" M 6. Reuben Elliott, 

" a 7. Jesse Dean, 

" " 8. Roger Huntington, 

" " 9. Henry M. Wait, 

" " 10. Robert Fairchild, 

" M 11. Jacob Beers, 

H " 12. Thaddeus Betts, 

11 " 13. Daniel Packer, 

" " 14. Stephen F. Palmer, 

" " 15. Phineas Miner, 

" " 16. Thomas Mitchell, 

" " 17. Augustus Pettibone, 

" " 18. John Alsop, 

" " 19. George Pratt, 

" 20. Wm. Field, 

11 " 21. Peyton R. Gilbert. 

Charles M. Emerson, Clerk of the Senate. 



30 

Isaac Spencer, Esq. Treasurer. 

Seth P. Beers, Esq. Commissioner of the School 

Fund. I Hai 

Elisha Phelps, Esq. Comptroller of Public Ac\ 

counts. I Me 

James Thomas, John Russ, Esq's. Auditors of Pub<\ Mi 

lie Accounts. I Mi 



JtOLL OF THE HOUSE of REPRESENTATIVES, 

Hon. Martin Welles, Speaker. 
Cyrus H. Beardslee, C. P. Huntington, Esq's. Clerks, 

Hartford, Eli Todd, Thomas K. Brace, 

Avon, Marcus Day. 

Berlin, Levi Barns, Ira E. Smith. 

Bristol, Jared W. Pardee. 

Burlington, Gad Frisbie. 

Canton, William H, Hallock. 

East-Hartford, Selah Webster, Samuel Brewer. 

East Windsor, Timothy Ellsworth, Eli B. Haskelh 

Enfield, Ephraim P. Prudden, William Dixon. 

Farmington, Lemuel Whitman, Horace Cowles. 

Glastenbury, Ezra Dayton, George Covel. 

Granby, Philetus Cooley, Alexander H. Griswold, * 

Hartland, Ira Beach, Jared NeweL 

Marlborough, Joel Foote, 

Manchester, Dudley Woodbridge. 

Simsbury, Jeffrey O. Phelps, Abel Adams. 

South ington, John Wightman, Theodore Byington* 

Suffield, Luther Loomis, Christopher Jones. 

Wethersfield, Martin Welles, Roderick Grimes. 

Windsor, Giles Ellsworth, Oliver Filley. 

New-Haven, William Mix, Samuel Wadsworth, 
Branford, William Rogers, William A. Reynolds. 
Cheshire, Benajah Ives, Edward A. Cornwall. 
Derby, William Lum, 



31 

East-Haven, Philemon Holt. 
'§ Guilford, Nathaniel Griffing, Abel Rossiter", 
Hamden, Jared Bassett. 
Madison, Phineas Meigs. 
Meriden, Ashbel Griswold. 
Middlebury, Marcus Bronson. 
Milford, Jonathan Clark, William Durand, Jr. 
North-Haven, Isaac Stiles. 
Orange, Luke Clark. 
Oxford, Horace Candee. 
Prospect, Joseph J. Doolittle. 
Southbury, Edward Hinman. 
Wallingford, George B. Kirtland, Sedgewick Rice. 
Waterbury, Joel Hinman, Francis Spencer. 
Wolcott, Luther Hotchkiss. 
Woodbridge, John Lines, Joseph Bradley. 

New-London, Samuel Chaney, John A. Fulton. 

Norwich, C. P. Huntington, J. G.;W. Trumbull. 

Bozrah, Gurdon Gifford. 

Colchester, Samuel A. Peters, Benjamin Trumbull. 

Franklin, Gilbert Lamb. 

Griswold, William Tucker. 

Groton, Nathan Daboll, Guy C. Stoddard. 

Lebanon, Asahel Dewey, Jacob M'Call. 

Lisbon, Jared Farnham. 

Lyme, Ebenezer Brockway, Moses Warren. 

Montville, Sherwood Raymond. 

North Stonington, Elias Hewitt, Stephen Main* 

Preston, Jonas Ayer, Walter Palmer. 

Salem, Joseph Morgan. 

Stonington, Asa Fish, George E. Palmer. 

Waterford, Henry Potter. 

Fairfield, David Hill, Jeremy Sturges. 
Danbury, Rory Starr, Ira Bennett, 2d. 
Bridgeport, Enoch Foot. 
Brookfield, no choice. 



32 b* 

Darien, HoUy Bell. to 

Greenwich, Silas Davis, B. F. White. » 

Huntington, Thaddeus Beardslee. N 

Monroe, Cyrus H. Beardslee. N 

New-Canaan, Samuel Raymond. P 

New-Fairfield, Amzi Rogers. ? 

Newtown, James B. Fairman, Jabez B. Botsford. S 
Norwalk, Eli B. Bennett, David Roberts. * J i 

Redding, Jonathan R. Sanford, Jared Olmstead. 1 

Ridgefield, Ebenezer Hawley, Gamaliel N. Benedict. \ 

Sherman, Jedediah Graves. \ 
Stamford, William Waterbury, Solomon Clason. 
Stratford, Nathaniel L. Wheeler. 
Trumbull, Samuel Beardslee. 
Weston, Joseph Bennett, Edmund Fanton. 
Wilton, Erastus Sturges. 

Brooklyn, George Martin. 

Ashford, Daniel Knowlton, Ebenezer Chaffee, 

Canterbury, Festus Baldwin, Isaac Clark. 

Chaplin, James Martin. 

Hampton, Samuel S. Moseley. 

Killingly, Robert Grosvenor, Elisha Danielson. 

Plainfield, J. S. Gladding, William H. Cogswell, 2d. 

Pomfret, Samuel Haywood, John Holbrook. 

Sterling, Harvey Gallup. 

Thompson, Jonathan Nichols, Abel Jacobs. 

Voluntown, Harvey Campbell. 

Windham, John Webb, Jr. George S. Catlin. 

Woodstock, Spalding Barstow, Silas H. Cutler. 

Litchfield, Stephen Russell, Truman Smith. 
Barkhampsted, Matthew Allen, George Merrill. 
Bethlem, Nathan Jackson, Jr. 
Canaan, Eli Ensign, Marvin Tanner. 
Colebrook, Sylvester Smith, Abiram Chamberlain. 
Cornwall, George Wheaton, Frederick Kellogg. 
Goshen, Robert Palmer, George Cook. 



33 

Harwinton, Jeremiah Holt, Marvin Griswold. 

Kent, Philo Mills. 

New Hartford, John Spencer, George C. Kellogg. 

New Milford, Jehiel Williams, Walter Booth. 

Norfolk, Michael F. Mills, Edmund Brown. 

Plymouth, Elijah Warner, Jr. 

Roxbury, Royal R. Hinman. 

Salisbury, Samuel Church, Lot Norton. 

Sharon, Charles F. Sedgwick, Israel Camp. 

Torrington, Asaph Gillet, Griswold Woodward. 

Warren, Justus Sacket. 

Washington, J. C. Hatch, Joseph Titus, Jr. 

Watertown, Benjamin De Forrest. 

Winchester, Asahel Smith, Matthew Adams. 

Woodbury, C. B. Phelps, Treat Camp. 

Middletown, E. Jackson, Jr. H. Woodward. 
Chatham, Joseph Hall, Nathaniel Markam. 
Durham, Richard Robinson, Timothy Coe. 
East Haddam, William Palmer, Stephen Cone. 
Haddam, Eli Warner, Jared Arnold. 
Killingworth, David Wright, Jedediah Harris. 
Saybrook, Samuel Ingham, Joshua L'Hommedieu. 

Tolland, Eli Baker, George M. Hyde. 
Bolton, Chester C. Strickland. 
Columbia, Asahel Kingsley, Jr. 
Coventry, Elijah Wright, Daniel White. 
Ellington, Oliver W. Steele. 
Hebron, Levi Waldo, William Brown. 
Mansfield, John Dunham. A. Welch. 
Somers, Walter R. Kibbe, Oliver Chapin, 2d. 
Stafford, Abijah Blodget, Leonard G}ge. 
Union, Benjamin Corbin, J. C. Grigs. 
Vernon, Oliver H. King. 
Willington, Orrin Holt, John J. Moulton. 



34 

Judicial and Civil Departments. 



Judges of the Superior Court. 

Hon. Stephen T. Hosmer, Chief Judge. 
Hon. John T. Peters, I Hon. Tho's Scott Williams, 
David Daggett, | Clark Bissell. 

COUNTY OF HARTFORD. 



COUNTY COURT. 

Thomas Day, Esq. Chief Judge. 

Asso. Judges. Joel Holcomb, Romeo Lowrey, Esq's. 

Jared Griswold, Esq. Clerk and Treasurer, and 

Clerk of the Superior Court. 

Justices of the Peace. 

Hartford. — John T. Peters, John Russ, Thomas Day, 
Joseph Trumbull, Henry Seymour, Nathan Johnson, J. 
M. Niles, C. Sigourney, Isaac Toucey, Cyprian Nich- 
ols, Gaius Lyman, Jere. Brown, Thomas K. Brace, Hen- 
ry L. Ellsworth, Enoch Parsons, Samuel H. Hunting- 
ton, William Whitman, Henry Mix, Isaac Perkins, 
Charles Shepard, Joseph Pratt, Caleb Pond, Asa Child, 
Daniel Buck, William Hayden, Solomon Porter. 

Avon. — Amasa Woodford, Zerah Woodford, George 
Norton. 

Berlin. — Daniel Dunbar, Luther Beckley, Benjamin 
Wilcox, Ira E. Smith, William Smith, Thomas Lee, Le- 
vi Barnes. 

Bristol. — Joel Truesdale, Jared W. Pardee, Charles 
G. Ives, Tracy Petk. 

Burlington. — V\ m. Marks, Willard Hitchcock, Gad 
Frisbie. 

Canton. — Benjamin Weed, Jr., Darius Humphreys, 
Luther Higley, Isaac Mills, Ephraim Mills, William H. 
Hallock, Lain Humphreys, Samuel N. Collins. 



35 

East-Hartford. — Lemuel White, Ozias Williams, 
■Ozias Roberts, Allen Stewart, Daniel Easton, David Be- 
mis, Isaac Lester. 

East-Windsor. — Jonathan Bartlett, Timothy Ells- 
worth, Eli B. Haskell, Daniel Hayden, Horace Barber, 
John Watson, William Barnes, Samuel Mills, Ebenezer 
Gibbs, Reuben Olcott, Wm. Foster, John Bissell, 2d. 

Enfield. — Lorrain T. Pease, Jabez Collins,Geer Ter- 
iy, John C. Pease, Henry Kingsbury, William Dixon, 
Ephraim P. Prudden. 

Farmington. — Timothy Pitkin, Lemuel Whitman, 
Horace Cowles, George Cowles, Edward Hooker, Eg- 
bert Cowles, Henry Lewis, Jeremiah Hotchkiss. 

Glastenbury. — Pardon Brown, David E. Hubbard, 
Jeremiah Stocking, Jonathan Welles, Gideon Welles, 
George Covil, Henry Dayton, George Hale. 

Granby. — Joab Griffin, Joel Hoi comb., Daniel Ben- 
jamin, Daniel B. Holcomb, Horace Clark, James For- 
ward, Hiram R. Pettibone, Alexander Holcomb, Joseph 
Cornish, Jr., Nat. Pratt, Anson Bates, Abner Case, 
•Charles T. Hillyer. 

Hartland, — Nathaniel Bosworth, Jared Newell, Ezra 
Doolittle, Eli Wilder, Wyllys Wright, Asa Barnall, 
Phelps Humphreys, Moses Ensign. 

Manchester. — R. R. Phelps, John Mather, Joseph 
Noyes, George W. Cheney. 

Marlborough. — Joel Foote, Elisha Buell, Samuel F. 
Jones, Oliver Phelps. 

Simsbury. — William Mather, Asaph Tuller, J. O. 
Pettibone, James, Cornish, Dudley Humphrey, Alex- 
ander Holcornb, Frederick W. Jewett, Lewis Dickinson, 
Zelotes Phelps, Ambrose Adams, William Mitchelson, 
Moses Ensign, Abel Adams. 

Southington. — Roger Whittlesey, Theodore Bying- 
3;on, Romeo Lowrey, Asahel Newell, Julius S. Barnes, 
John Wightman. 

-Nuffield. — William Gay, Oliver Pease, Martin .Sb.el- 



don, Andrew Denison, William C. Gay, Samuel Norm, 
John F. Parsons, David Hall. 

Wethers field. — Martin Kellogg, Robert Francis, Ja's 
L. Belden, William Robbins, 2d., Elijah Keach, Henry 
Bulkley, Joseph Hale, Winthrop Buck, Elias Francis, 
Stephen Willard, Asahel Robertson, Samuel Galpin, 
Frederick Robbins, Oliver Richards. 

Windsor. — Henry Sill, Elisha N. Sill, James Loomis, 
Richard Niles, Oliver Thrall, Benjamin Harger, Hiram ' 
Roberts, Oliver Filley. 



Practising Attorneys. 
Isaac Toucey, Esq. State Attorney. 

Hartford. — Nathaniel Terry, Hezekiah Huntington, 
Walter Mitchell, Thomas Huntington, Jr., Isaac Per- 
kins, Joseph Trumbull, Seth Terry, Nathan Johnson, 
John M. Niles, Wm. W. Ellsworth, Henry L. Ells- 
worth, William Hungerford, Alfred Smith,Charles Shep- 
ard, Isaac Toucey,0. E. Williams, Samuel H. Hunting- 
ton, Thomas C. Perkins, Francis Parsons, Seth P. Beers, 
Samuel H. Parsons, Jonathan Edwards, Isaac E. Cra- 
ry, Charles M. Emerson, Alfred Terry, Jared Griswold, 
Charles Chapman. 

Berlin. — Ira E. Smith, Daniel Dunbar, Selden Moore. 

East- Windsor. — William Barnes. 

Enfield. — William Dixon, Lorrain T. Pease. 

Farmington. — Timothy Pitkin, Lemuel Whitman. 

Glastenbury. — George Merrick, Zepheniah Smith. 

Granby. — Grove Griswold, Silas Higley, Hiram R. 
Pettibone, Edmund Holcomb. 

Manchester. — Ralph R. Phelps, Geo. W. Griswold. 

Simsbury. — Elisha Phelps, Frederick W. Jewett. 

Southington. — Roger tt hittlesey, Romeo Lowrey. 

Suffield. — Wm. Gay, Seth Parsons, V\m. C. Gay. 

W ether sfield. — Asher Robins, Elijah Keach. 

Windsor. ~- Erastus Smith, Horace H. Sill. 



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Jeremy Hoadley, Esq., Hartford, Sheriff. 
Deputy Sheriffs. — Hartford, Horace Wadsworth ; 
Berlin, Erastus Sage ; Canton, Ansel Humphreys, Abra- 
ham Hosford, Jr. ; Enfield, Gilbert Allen ; East- Wind- 
sor, Jesse Charlton ; Glastenbury, Samuel Hollister ; 
Granby, David Latham ; Marlborough, Royal Kingsbu- 
ry ; Simsbury, Jeffery O. Phelps, Rockwell Hoskiss ; — 
Windsor, Cicero Phelps. 

Chester Adams, Hartford, Jailer. 



COUOTT OF NEW-HAVEN. 

COUNTY COURT. 

Noyes Darling, Esq. Chief Judge. 

A*sso. Judges, Jared Bassett, William Hinman, Esq's. 

Joseph Darling, Esq. Treasurer. 

John Beach, Esq. clerk and clerk of the Superior Court. 

Justices of the Peace. 

New-Haven. — Nathan Smith, John Hunt, 2d, Wil- 
liam Mix, William W. Boardman, Dennis Kimberly, An- 
thony P. Sanford, Charles A. Ingersoll, Ebenezer See- 
ley, Joseph N. Clark, William Budington, Chancellor 
Kingsbury, Ransom Burnt, Samuel Wadsworth, John 
Babcock, William H. Ellis, John Durrie, Dan'l Brown, 
2d, John S. Mitchell, Lent Bishop, James Punderford, 
John Beach, David Kimberly, James Barnes. 

Branford. — Benjamin Page, Jacob Frisbie, Chandler 
Barker, Asa Norton, Samuel P. Russel, William Tyler. 

Cheshire. — Burrage Beach, Reuben W. Roys, John 
A. Foot, Benjamin Ives, Silas Hitchcock, Titus L. Gay- 
lord, Alfred Doolittle, Charles Shelton, James Beach. 

Derby. — Russell Hitchcock, John T. Wheeler, Ben- 
nett Lum, Sheldon Smith, Isaac Tomlinson, John C. 
Humphries, Josiah H. Smith, Leman Chatfield. 

East Haven. — DeGrasse Maltby, Bela Farnham, 
Willis Hemingway. 



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Guilford.— -David S. Fowler, Reuben Elliott, Timo- 
thy Stone, William Spencer, Henry Elliott, Samuel 
Fowler, Abel Rossiter, George Griswold, Samuel Elliott y , 
Richard Fowler. 

Hamden. — Russel Pierpont, Jared Bassett r Ambrose 
Tuttle, Alfred Bassett, Hezekiah J. Warner. 

Madison. — John F. Meigs, William Blatchley, Na- 
than Hopson, Reynold Webb, Jesse Crampton, Zebulon 
Hale, Caleb Doud, Walter P. Monger. 

Meriden. — Benajah Andrews, William Yale, Titus 
Ives, Asahel Merriman, Noah Pomeroy, Ashbel Gris- 
wold. 

Middlebury. — Nath'l Richardson, James D. Woos- 
ter, Leonard Bronson, William Bronson. 

Milford. — William Strong, Jonathan Clark, Abijah 
Carrington, Samuel B. Gunn, Andrew French, William 
Durand, Jr. 

North Haven. — Justus Bishop, Daniel Pierpont, Ja- 
cob Bassett, Jesse Brockett, Isaac Stiles. 

Orange. — IchabodA. Woodruff, Jonas F. Merwm, 
Solomon Johnson, Lyman Prindle, Nehemiah Kimberly, 
Andrew Smith. 

Oxford. — Levi Candee, Samuel Meigs, Noah Stone, 
Samuel Wire, Wait Bassett, Sheldon Clark. 

Prospect. — Samuel Peck, Andrew Smith, Alvin Hop- 
pin, Joseph J. Doolittle, Samuel Williams, Jr. 

Southbury. — William Hinman, John Moseley, Gide- 
on Judson, John Pierce, Ebenezer Johnson, David Brad- 
ley, Edward Hinman, Elliott Beardslee, Charles Ed- 
mund, Benjamin B. Osborn. 

Wallingford. — Amos Dutton, Caleb Cook, Humi 
Munson, Malachi Cook, Ira Yale, William Marks, John 
D. Reynolds, James Carrington, Russel Hall. 

Waterbury. — Ashley Scott, Timothy Porter, Joel 
Hinman, Elisha S. Abernethy, Moses Hull, Daniel 
Steele, Jr., Anson Sperry, John S. Kingsbury, Elia» 
Ford, Francis Spencer, Letson Tertil, Sheldon Lewis,, 
Robinson S. Hinman, Josiah Culver, Giles Hotchkiss, 



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Woodbridge. — Ezra Kimberly, Archibald A. Per- 
kins, Adonijah French, Noyes Darling, John Lines, Ro- 
bert Clark, Mark Sperry, John Northrop, Andrew Cas- 
tle, George F. Peck, Alvan Sperry. 

Wolcott. — Archibald Miner, Orrin Plumb, David Fris- 
bie, Luther Hotchkiss. 



Practising Attorneys. 
Nathan Smith, Esq. State Attorney. 

New-Haven. — William Hillhouse, Simeon Baldwin, 
Nathan Smith, Henry W. Edwards, Ralph I. Ingersoll, 
John Beach, Roger S. Baldwin, Samuel J. Hitchcock, 
Dennis Kimberly, Charles A. Ingersoll, Wm. W. Board- 
man, Ebenezer Seeley, Isaac H. Townsend, Henry E. 
Peck, Aaron A. Skinner, Sherman Croswell, Ammi 
Harrison, J. M. Edwards, Henry White, Silas Mix. 

Cheshire. — Burrage Beach, John A. Foot. 

Derby. — John L. Tomlinson, Horace M. Shepard, 
Ira L. Ufford. 

Meriden. — Benajah Andrews. 

Milford. — David B. Ingersoll. 

Southbury. — Edward Hinman, R. D. Smith. 

Wallingford. — Alonzo B. Chapin. 

Waterbury. — Bennet Bronson, E. S. Abernathy, Jo- 
el Hinman, R. S. Hinman. 

Charles H. Pond, Esq., New-Haven, Sheriff. 

Deputy Sheriffs. — Erastus Osborn, Willis F. Colt, 
New-Haven. Samuel Yale, Meriden. Nathan J. Wil- 
coxson, Oxford. William Hicock, Southbury. Reuben 
Stone, Guilford. Orrin Hotchkiss, Waterbury. Bethu- 
rel Flagg, Cheshire. Treat Bradley, Derby. 
Ichabod Tailor, New-Haven, Jailer. 



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COUNTY OF NEW-LONDON. 

COUNTY COURT. 

William P. Cleaveland, Esq. Chief Judge. 

Asso. Judges, Wm. Randall, Alexander Stewart, Esq's. 

John Dewit, Esq. Clerk. 

Joseph Williams, Esq. Treasurer. 

James Stedman, Esq. Clerk of Sup. Court. 



Justices of the Peace. 

New-London. — Elias Perkins, Jacob B. Gurley, Cod- 
dington Billings, Thomas Mussey, Thomas S. Perkins, 
Anson Smith, Samuel Green, William F. Brainard, 
John P. Trott, Oliver Champlain, Abel T. Sizer, Chris- 
topher C. Manwarring. 

Norwich. — James Lanman, Joseph Williams, James 
Stedman, Benjamin Snow, John Hyde, Eleazer Rogers, 
George Hill, Roswell Morgan, Ebenezer Backus, Isaac 
Story, Asa Roath, Lewis Hyde, John H. Townsend, 
John A. Rockwel], Erastus Coit, Henry Strong, Elisha 
Tracy, Jesse Fuller, Wm. H. Law, Peleg Hunt, Peter 
Lanman, Charles Thomas. 

Bozrah.— Gardner Avery, Wm. Whiting, Ezra La- 
throp, Elijah Huntington, Wm. Kelley. 

Colchester. — Benjamin Trumbull, Samuel A. Peters, 
Zachariah Olmstead, John Bigelow, Artemus Worthing- 
ton, Avery Morgan, Amherst D. Scovil, Amaziah Brain- 
ard, Merrit Bradford, Samuel Kellogg. 

Franklin. — Darius Frink, Comfort D. Fillmore, Alvin 
Abel, Henry Hazen, Joseph Kingsley, Benjamin S. Has- 
tings, Burrel Woodworth. 

Griswold. — Welcome A. Browning, Alexander Stew- 
art, Elisha Partridge, Nathan Stanton, Thomas Stewart, 
John W. Fanning, Samuel C. Morgan, Daniel Hunting- 
ton. 

Groton. — Ebenezer Avery, Ralph Hurlbut, John O. 
Miner, Amos A. Niles, Roswell Fish, John Brew- 



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ster, John Spicer, William Williams, Rodman Niles, 
Nathan Daboll, Joseph Durfey, Wm. M. Williams, Ja,mes 
Geer, George Ayer. 

Lebanon. — Wm. T. Williams, Peleg Thomas, Jr. Asa- 
hel Dewy, Thomas Babcock, Charles Abel, Denison 
Wattles, Elisha Waterman, Caleb Hayward, Timothy 
Will. ams, Jesse Wright, Freeman Tracy. 

Lisbon. — Joseph 9. Lyon, Russel Rose, John Gray, 
Ebenezer Allen, Bucklin Matthewson. 

Lyme. — Moses Warren, Ebenezer Brockway, Samuel 
B. Mather, Joel Loomis, Peter Comstock, Joseph Chad- 
wick, Henry M. Wait, Ezra Pratt, Thomas W. Strick- 
land, Joshua R. Warren, Richard E. Seldon, Jr., John 
S. Rogers, Charles Griswold, Wm. Noyes, Jr., Charles 
J. McCurdy, Peter Lord, Zebediah Brockway, Jr., Oli- 
ver Coats, Joseph Strickland, Wm. Marvin, Oliver Ray- 
mond. 

Montville. — Nathaniel Bradford, Stephen G. Thatch- 
er, Hazard Browning, Sherwood Raymond, Thomas 
Fitch, Wm. Raymond, Caleb Lyon, Giles Turner, Samu- 
el Hillhouse, Jr., Nicholas Bishop. 

North- Stonington. — Chester Smith, John Langwor- 
thy, David Coats, Latham Hull, Stephen Main, Thomas 
Browning, Phillip Gray, Ezra Hewit, Amos Hull, Thom- 
as P. Wattles, Thomas H. Hewit, Cyrus Williams, Wm. 
Randall, Jr. 

Preston. — Stephen Meech, Walter Palmer, Robert S. 
Avery, Elisha Brewster, Charles Meech, Henry Palmer, 
Elisha Crary, George Giddings, Isaac Gallup. 

Salem. — Shubael Parks, Vine Stoddard, Henry Per- 
kins, Ebenezer A. Packer, Richard Tiffany, David Pat- 
ten, JohnC. Daniels, Enoch Burrows. 

Stonington. — VYm. Randall, Wm. Robinson, George 
Hubbard, Joseph Noyes, Elias Brown, Gurdon Trumbull, 
Giles R. Hallam, Asa Fish, Benjamin Pomeroy, Alexan- 
der G. Smith, Samuel F. Denison, Elisha Faxon, Jr., 
John Davis, Stephen Babcock, Henry Harding. 



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Waterford. — Griswold Avery, 'Jonathan Comstock, 
Edward R. Warren, James Rogers, David Rogers, Gur- 
don T. Chappell, Jesse Jerom, John Dwyer. 



Practising Attorneys. 
Jacob B. Gurley, Esq., State Attorney. 

New-London. — Lyman Law, Wm. P. Cleaveland, 
Coddington Billings, Jacob B. Gurley, Jirah Isham, Wm. 
F. Brainard, Thomas S. Perkins, Wm. P. Cleaveland, Jr. 

Norwich. — Calvin Goddard, James Lanman, John 
Hyde, Joseph Williams, James Stedman, George Hill, 
Roswell Morgan, Henry Strong, Asa Child, John A. 
Rockwell, George B. Ripley, Wm. H. Law, Alfred Lee, 
Levi H. Goddard, LaFayette S. Foster, Geo. Perkins. 

Colchester. — Benjamin Trumbull, Samuel A. Peters, 
Amherst D. Scovell. 

Griswold. — Samuel C. Morgan. 

Lebanon. — Wm. T. Williams, Denison Wattles. 

Lyme. — Henry M. Wait, Charles Griswold, Charles 
J. M'Curdy. 

StoninHon. — George Hubbard, Alexander G. Smith, 
Elias Brown, Benjamin Pomeroy. 

Simeon Smith, Esq. New-London, Sheriff. 

Deputy Sheriff's — Nathan Raymond, New-London. 
Burrell Lathrop, Norwich. New hall Taintor, Colches- 
ter. Stephen Haley, Groton. Lodowick Bill, Lyme. 
David Baldwin, Preston. John w . Hull, Stonington. 

Jailers. — Champlin, Lester, New-London. Augus- 
tus Hyde, Norwich. 



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COUNTY OF FAIRFIELD. 

COUNTY COURT. 

John Q. Wilson, Esq., Chief Judge. 

Asbo. Judges, Benjamin Isaacs, Jedediah Graves, Esq's, 

Jeremiah Sturges, Esq., Treasurer. 

Thomas B. Osborne, Clerk, and Clerk of the Superior 

Court. 



Justices of the Peace. 

Fairfield. — David Hill, John Bradley, John Hull, Jer- 
emiah Sturges, Eliphalet Swift, Thomas B. Osborn, 
Jesup Banks, Obadiah Beardslee, John Q,. Wilson, Ger- 
shom v\ akeman, John S. Wilson, Walter Thorp, Eben- 
ezer Jesup, John Staples, Peter V\ yncoop, V^ illiam 
Bradley, Alva Gray, Abel Beers. 

Banbury. — Zadock Stevens Oliver Shepard, David 
Foot, John S. Blackman, Reuben Booth, Abraham 
Stow, Edward Taylor, Russel Hoyt, Ebenezer Hicock, 
Thomas T. V\ hittlesey, Sturges Selleck. 

Bridgeport. — Benjamin S. Smith, Fitch Wheeler, A. 
Hamlin, Joseph Backus, Mark Moore, D. Nichols, P. A. 
Cannon, . Stillman. 

Brookfield.— Ely Ruggles, Zera S. A. Peck, Wait S. 
Northrop, Bryant Smith, John B. Sanford, Zalmon 
Goodsell, Heman Birch. 

Darien. — Jonathan Bates, Holly Bell, Jesse Whiting. 

Greenwich. — Ard Reynolds, Joshua Ferris, Samuel 
Close, Gilbert Close, James Smith. 

Huntington. — Joseph Shelton, Hezekiah Marks, Don- 
ald Judson, Lemuel Beardslee, Daniel Bennett. 

Monroe.— Abel French, Truman Peck, Samuel Wheel- 
er, Charles Curtiss, Cyrus H. Beardslee, Agur Lewis* 
Lyman w akelee. 

New-Canaan. — Samuel Raymond, J. B. Benedict, 
Watts Comstock, Joseph Silliman. 

New-F airfield. — David Lane, Jabez Treadwell, Da- 



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vid Barnum, John O. Beardslee, Reuben Hodge, Jesse 
Scudder. 

P Newtown. — Samuel C. Blackman, Lamson Birch, Ja- 
cob Beers, Benjamin Hard, Henry Button, David H. 
Belden, George Bradley, Samuel Fairchild. 

Norwalk. — Henry Belden, Benjamin Isaacs, Clark 
Bissell, Thaddeus Betts, Seth Taylor, Samuel B. War- 
ren, Charles W. Taylor, vs m. St. John, David Roberts, 
Timothy T. Merwm, David C. Sanford. 

Reading. — Gershom Sherwood, Wm. Sanford, Aa- 
ron Sanford, Jr., Ebenezer Hill, Jonathan R. Sanford, 
Jured Olmstead. 

Ridgejield. — ^amuel Stebbins, Jesse S. Bradley, Brad- 
ley Hull, Lot Forrester, Harvey ^mith, Elias Birchard, 
Thaddeus Keeler, 2d. 

Stamford. — Simeon H. Miner, Daniel Lockwood, 
Charles Hawley, Theodore Davenport, Smith R. Sibley, 
David Hoyt, Seymour Jarvis, Joshua B. Ferris, J. Hoyt, 

Stratford. — Robert Fairchild, Daniel Judson, David 
Brooks, Josiah Gorham, Elijah Booth, Isaac P. Booth, 
Judson Peck, Jr. Stephen Booth, Huntington Tomlinson. 

Sherman. — Eli Beardsley, James A. Giddings, Levi 
Northrop, Abraham Briggs, Philo S. Woodin. 

Trumbull. — Elihu Beach, Elijah Middlebrook, Daniel 
"Wakelee, Samuel Beardslee, David Beach, David Haw- 
ley, Ali Brinsmade, Elam Hawley. 

Weston. — Haivey Hubbell, Peter Silliman, Walker 
Sherwood, Isaac Bennet, Calvin Wheeler, Stephen 
Wheeler, Oliver C. Sanford, Simeon Fanton, Ward 
Nichols. 

Wilton. — Erastus Sturges, Hawley Olmstead, George 
Mead, James F. Chapman, Samuel Scott. 

Practising Attorneys. 
Simeon H. Miner, Esq., State Attorney. 
Fairfield. — Roger M. Sherman, Samuel B. Sherwood, 
Samuel Rowland, Eliphalet Swift, Thomas B. Osborn. 
Bridgeport. — A. Hamlin, Fitch W heeler, M. Moore, 



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Brookfield. — Heman Birch, Bryant Smith. 

Banbury.— Matthew B. Whittlesey, Thomas T, 
"Whittlesey, Reuben Booth, Edward Taylor. 

Huntington. — Ira L. Ufford. 

Monroe. — Cyrus H. Beardslee. 

Newtown. — Samuel C. Blackman, Henry Dutton r 
David H. Belden, Alfred Blackman. 

Norwalk. — Thaddeus Betts, David C. Sanford, Tim- 
othy T. Merwin, Henry A. Lambert. 

Stamford.*-- Simeon H. Miner, Charles Hawley, Josh- 
ua B. Ferris. 

Stratford. — Robert Fairchild. 



Abraham D. Baldwin, Esq., Sheriff, Danbury. 

Deputy Sheriffs.— Lewis N. Nash, Fairfield. Philo 
Hurd, Bridgeport. Aaron Seeley, Danbury. William 
Wheeler, Jr., Monroe. Theophilus Nichols, Newtown. 
Charles Isaacs, Norwalk. Davis Lockwood, Stamford, 
Ralph Sanford, Reading*. Moses Burr, Weston. 

Jailors. — Jesse Crofut, Danbury. Samuel Beers, 
Fairfield. 

COUNTY OF WINDHAM. 



COUNTY COURT. 

Joseph Eaton, Esq., Chief Judge. 

Asso. Judges, [No appointment.] 

Armin Bolles, Esq., Clerk. 

Daniel P. Tyler, Esq., Clerk of the Superior Court. 



Justices of the Peace. 

Brooklyn. — Vine Robinson, Samuel Scarborough, A. 
White, Jr., Uriel Fuller, Jonathan A. Welch, Daniel P. 
Tyler, Armin Bolles. 

Ashford. — Thomas Dow, Daniel Knowlton, Levi 
Work, Michael Richmond, Nathan Hayward, Ichabod 



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Bulkley, Amasa Lyon, Calvin Whitney, Elisha Byh 
Edward S. Keyes, Ebenezer Chaffee. 

Canterbury. — Andrew T. Judson, Peter Morse, Sai 
uel L. Hough, Walter Williams, Rufus Johnson, Jr. R 
fiis Adams, Chester Lyon, Daniel Frost, Jr., Comfort 
Hyde, Daniel Packer, Asael Bacon, Solomon Pair 
David Wolden. 

Chaplin. — John Ross. Origin Bennet, James Clai 
Luther Ripley, John Clark, William Martin. 

Hampton. — Charles Moulton, C. F. Cleaveland, Jo 
•athan Clark, Ebenezer Burnham, Ebenezer Griffin, Ph 
ip Pearl, Jr. 

Killingly. — Ebenezer Young, Luther Warren, Da\ 
Chase, Arba Covil, John Dixon, Thomas Durfee, W] 
Alexander, George Warren, Alexander Thompson, J 
seph Adams, Jr. 

Plainfield. — Joseph Eaton, James Gordon, John Du 
lap, Sessions Lester, Erastus Lester, Jonathan Go 
George Middleton, Amos Witter, Daniel Hill, Josi; 
Fuller, Cornwall Monn, James Crary. 

Pomfret. — John Holbrook, George Sharpe, Thorn 
M. Grosvenor, Job w illiams, ^ illiam James, Simeon 
Parkhurst, Reuben Spalding, Jr., Chauncey Fenton, 

Sterling. — Calvin Hibbard, Azel Cole, Benjam 
Dow, Jeremiah S. Fuller. 

Thompson. — George Larned, Simeon Davis, Jol 
Nichols, Jonathan Nichols, Stephen Holmes, Talcc 
Crosby, John Bates, Jr., Jesse Ormsby, Faxon Niclux 
John I. Green. 

Voluntown. — Sterry Kinne, Daniel Keigwin, Min 
Robbins, Joseph Wiley. 

Windham. — John Baldwin, Samuel Perkins, Jon 
than Devotion, Afcner Robinson, Edwards Clarke, Hen 
Huntington, George S. Catlin, Thomas Gray, Stow 
Lincoln, Stephen Hosmer, Joel VV. White, Benjam 
Webb, Henry Hall. 

Woodstock.— John M'Clellan, Ebenezer Stoddan 



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John Paine, William Bowen, Abraham W. Paine, Lu- 
ther Rawson, Penuel Corbin, Jonathan May, Wheeler 
Phillips, John F. Williams, Wm. Lyon, 3d. 



Practising Attorneys. 
Andrew T. Judson, Esq.. State Attorney. 

Brooklyn.— John Parish, J. A. Welch, Uriel Fuller, 
Daniel P. Tyler. 

Ashford.— Ichabod Bulkley, Jared D. Richmond. 

Canterbury.— Andrew T. Judson, Rufus Adams, 
Daniel Frost, Jr. 

Hampton.— Chauncey F. Cleaveland. 

KillinAy. — Ebenezer Young, Thomav Backus, Jr. 

Plainfield— Joseph Eaton, Francis B. Johnson, Wm. 
Dyer. 

Pomfret. — John Holbrook, Chauncey Fenton. 

Sterling. — Calvin Hebard. 

Thompson. — George Larned, Simon Davis. 

Windham. — John Baldwin, George S. Catlin, Henry 
Huntington, Samuel Perkins, Edwards Clarke, Thomas 
Gray. 

Woodstock. — John M'Clellan, Ebenezer Stoddard, 
John F. Williams. 

Roger Coit, Esq., Ashford, Sheriff. 

Deputy Sheriff's. — Brooklyn, John Gallup, 4th. — 

Hampton, Wm. Durkee, 3d. Plainfield, George Cady. 

Thompson Franklin Nichols. Windham, Henry V\ ebb. 

Pascal P. Tyler, Brooklyn, Jailer. 



COUNTY OF LITCHFIELD. 



COUNTY COURT. 

David S. Boardman, Esq., Chief Judge. 

Asso. Judges, Wm. M. Burrall, Morris Woodruff, Esq's, 

Abel Catlin, Esq., Treasurer. 

Frederick Wolcott, Esq., Clerk, and Clerk of the 

Superior Court. 



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Justices of the Peace. 

Litchfield. — Frederick Wolcott, Asa Bacon, Levi 
Catlin, Phineas Miner, Morris vv oodruff, Seth P. Beers, 
Jabez W . Huntington, Jonathan Buell, Elihu Harrison, 
Enos Stoddard, David C. Sanford, Hugh P. Welch, 
Truman Smith, Joseph Birge, Joseph Adams, Origen S. 
Seymour, Asa Hopkins, Truman Kilborn. 

Barkhamsted. — Amos Beecher, Samuel Monson, 
Leister Loomis, Anson Wheeler, Jesse Ives. 

Bethlem. — Joseph H. Bellamy, Nathan Burton, Jr., 
James Allen, Nathan Hawley, Nathan Jackson. 

Canaan. — Wm. M. Burrall, Wm. Holabird, James 
Fenn, Leman Church, Reuben Hunt, Moses Benedict, 
Marvin Tanner. 

Colebrook.— Reuben Rockwell, Seth Marshall, Lance- 
lott Phelps, Samuel Whitford. 

Cornwall. — George Wheaton, Samuel Hopkins, Pe- 
ter Bierce, Philo Kellogg, James Wadsworth, Benjamin 
Sedgwick. 

Goshen. — Truman Starr, Erastus Lyman, Augustus 
Miles, Theron Beach, Eber Bailey, Birdsey Baldwin, 
Nelson Brewster. 

Harwinton. — Uriah Hopkins, Marvin Griswold, Noah 
Welton, Benajah Hayden, Gaylord V\ ells. 

Kent.-- Nathaniel P. Perry, John Mills, Nathan Slos- 
son, Birdsey Beardslee, Alpheus Fuller, Lewis Mills, 
Garrit Winegar, Frederick Chitenden, James Stuart, 
Zacheriah Winegar. 

New-Hartford.— Roger Mills, Wm. G. Williams, 
Isaac Kellogg, Asa Goodwin, Andrew Abernethy. 

New-Milford. — David B. Boardman, Perry Smith, 
Joel Sanford, Homer Boardman, Eli Todd, Stephen 
Crane, Ezra Noble, Eldad C. Jackson, Nathan Gaylord, 
Dunning Babbit, Benjamin B. Soule, Orange Merwin, 
Levi Morris, Nathaniel Perry. 

Norfolk. — Augustus Pettibone, Michael F. Mills, Jo- 
seph Riggs, Edmund Brown, Bushnell Knapp, Joseph 
Battell, Amos Pettibone, E. Grove Lawrence. 






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Plymouth.— Calvin Butler, Thomas Mitchell, Ransom 
Blakeslee, Chauncey Warner, Eli Potter, H. A. Mitchel. 
Roxbury. — Josiah R. Eastman, Royal R. Hinmau, 
James Trowbridge, Wm. Pcarce, Isaac Leavenworth. 

Salisbury. — Elisha Sterling, Lot Norton, Martin 
Strong, Eliphalet Whittlesey, Samuel Church, Newman 
Holley, John G. Mitchell, Philander Wheeler, Wm. C. 
Sterling, Abiel Chapin. 

Sharon. — Cyrus Swan, Ansel Sterling, Samuel E. 
Everett, Calvin Gay, Samuel Roberts, Horatio Smith, Is- 
rael Camp, Stephen Heath, Charles F. Sedgwick, Ebe- 
nezer Blackman, Jacob Chamberlain, Oliver Kellogg, 
Benjamin Hollister. 

Torrington.-.Wm. Battell, Erastus Hodges, Russell 
C. Abernethy, Griswold Woodward, Levi Munsel, Bar- 
zillai Hudson, Demas Coe, George D. Wadhams. 

Warren. — Sherman Hartwell, George Starr, Stephen 
Strong. 

Washington. — Curtis Hickox, Youngs Elliott, En- 
sign Bushnell, Daniel B. Brinsmade, Alvin Brown, 
Frederick J. Fenn. 

Water town. — Holbrook Curtiss, Benjamin Deforest, 
John Buckingham, James Skilton. 

Winchester. — Joseph Miller, James Beebe, Luman 
Wakefield, Isaac Bronson, Truman S. Wetmore, Wm. 
S. Hollabird, John Boyd, Samuel Hurlbut, Hosea Hins- 
dale, Chester Soper. 

Woodbury.— Charles B. Phelps, Jesse Miner, Mat- 
thew Miner, Jr., Leman Sherman, Gideon B. Botsford, 
John Strong, Jr., Elijah Sherman, Jr., Treat Camp. 

Practising Attorneys. 
Samuel Church, Esq., State Attorney. 
Litchfield. — Asa Bacon, Phineas Miner, Seth P. 
Beers, Jabez W. Huntington, Truman Smith, David C. 
Sanford, Origin S. Seymour, George C. Woodruff. 

Barkhampsted Hiram Goodwin. 

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Beihlem. — Joseph H. Bellamy. 
Canaan — Leman Church, John Elmore, Jr., Daniel 
Jaqua, Jr., v\ illiam P. Burrall. 
Cornwall- — George V\ heaton. 
Goshen. — Birdsey Baldwin, Nelson Brewster. 
Kent. — Nathaniel P. Perry, Frederick Chittenden. 
New-Hartford. — Roger Mills, Wm. G. Williams. 
New-Milford.—Perry Smith, David S. Boardman, 
Samuel D. Osborn, Nathaniel Perry. 

Plymouth. — Calvin Butler, Henry A. Mitchell. 
Roxbury. — Royal R. Hinman, Isaac Leavenworth. 
Salisbury. — Samuel Church, Philander Y\ heeler, 
John G. Mitchell, John H. Hubbard. 

Sharon. — Cyrus Swan, Ansel Sterling, Charles F. 
Sedgwick, Ebenezer Blackman, Richard Smith. 
Washington. — Frederick J. Fenn. 
Watertown. — Holbrook Curtiss. 
Winchester. — Ralph R. Phelps, G. W. Griswold. 
Woodbury. — Noah B. Benedict, Matthew Miner, Jr., 
Charles B. Phelps, John Strong, Jr. 



Ozias Seymour, Esq., Sheriff, Litchfield. 

Deputy Sheriffs.-- Ozias Lewis, Litchfield. Philo 
G. Mills, Kent. Tertius W ads worth, 'New-Hartford.— 
Oliver W. Pickett, New-Milford. John S. Warner, 
Plymouth. William H. Walton, Salisbury. Henry 
Reed, Jr., Sharon. Charles A. Judson, Washington. — 
Nathan Preston, Woodbury. Thomas Curtiss, Norfolk. 

Albert J. Sedgwick, Litchfield, Jailer. 



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MIDDLESEX COUNTY. 

COUNTY COURT. 

Eli Warner, Esq., Chief Judge. 

Asso. Judges, F. G. Comstock, George Carter, Esq's. 

John Fisk, Clerk, Treasurer, and Clerk of the 

Superior Court'. 

William H. Fisk, assistant Clerk of Superior and 

County Courts. 



Justices of the Peace, 

Middletown. — Stephen T. Hosmer, Josiah Savage, 
Daniel J. Griswold, Josiah Sage, George W . Stanley, 
Elisha Treat, Augustus Cook, Hezekiah Rice, Daniel 
Burrows, V\ illiam L. Storrs, Abiel A. Loomis, Elisha 
Coe, Eli Wilcox, Jr. Isaac Webb, Joshua Stow, Samuel 
Cooper, Jonathan Barnes, Jedediah \\ ilcox, Launcelot 
C. Bradley, Wm. Bull. 

Haddam. — Samuel Arnold, Jonathan Usher, Eli War- 
ner, Charles Arnold, Hezekiah Scovil, Smith Clark, 
Russel Shailer, Elias Selden, Lyman E. Burr, Simon 
Hazleton, James Brainard. 

Chatham. — Samuel HalL, Guy Cooper, Philip Sage, 
Abel Lewis, Selden Cook, Daniel Penfield, Horace Foot, 
Ira Lee, Noah Brooks, F. G. Comstock, N. C. Smith, 
Amasa Carrier, Elijah Clark, Diodate B. West. 

Durham. — W orthington G. Chauncey, Lemuel Camp, 
Samuel Tibbals, Asahel Strong, John v\ hite, T. Coe. 

East-Haddam. — Josiah Griffin, Russell Dutton, Oli- 
ver Green, Aaron C. Palmer, Thomas C. Boardman, 
Ozias Holmes, William Palmer, John C. Palmer, Eliph- 
alet A. Bulkley, Stephen Cone, Noah Bulkley. 

Killingworth. — Austin Olcott, Benjamin Hurd, Jede- 
diah Harris, George Carter, David Griswold, John Stan- 
ton, Elisha Keley, Leonard Davis, Jeremiah Hull, Da* 
vid P. Keley, David W right, David Dibble. 



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Saybrook. — William Lynde, Rufus Clark, George 
Pratt, Samuel Carter, John Bushnell, Samuel Ingham, 
Ezra S. Mather, Ebenezer Hay den, George Read, Joel 
Pratt, Joshua L'Hommedieu, W illiam Bull, Jed'h. Post. 

Practising Attorneys. 
Samuel Ingham, Esq., State Attorney. 

Middletown. — George W. Stanley, Elijah Hubbard, 
Chauncey w hittelsey, v\ illiam Van Deursen, Jonathan 
Barnes, Abiel A. Loomis, W illiam L. Storrs, Samuel D. 
Hubbard, Isaac W ebb, Stillman K. Wightman, Ebene- 
zer Jackson, Jr., Charles C. Tyler, Thomas G. Mather. 

Haddam. — Eli Warner, Lynus Parmelee, Smith 
Clark. 

Chatham. — Horace Foote. 

East-Haddam. — N. L. Foster, Eliphalet A. Bulkley, 
JohnC. Palmer. 

Killingworth. — Asa M. Bolles. 

Saybrook. — Samuel Ingham, Stephen W. Starkey. 

[Linus Coe, Middletown, Sheriff. 

Deputy Sheriffs. — Haddam, Ezekiel S. Clark. East 
Haddam, William Marsh. Killingworth, Charles Ste- 
vens. Saybrook, William H. Lynde. Chatham, Olm- 
sted Gates. 

Jailers. — Harvey Treadway, Middletown, Noah 
Clark, Haddam. 



COUNTY OF TOLLAND. 

COUNTY COURT. 

Asa WiUey, Esq. Chief Judge. 

Asso. Judge, Eliphalet Young, Esq. [One vacant.] 

Jeremiah Parish, Esq. Clerk, & ast. Clerk of S. Court, 

Elisha Stearns, Esq. Clerk of the Superior Court. 

Joseph Howard, Treasurer. 



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Justices of the Peace. 

Tolland. — Calvin v\ illey, Eliphalet Young, Jeremiah 
Parish, George M. Hyde, Elisha Stearns, Loren P. Wal- 
do, John Warren, Carlos Chapman. 

Bolton. — Jabez L. White, Daniel W. Badger, ?aul 
Alvord, Jr., Jabez L. White, Jr. 

Columbia. — Gershom Dorrance, Samuel Little, Am- 
herst .* co-veil, Silas Fuller, Asahel Clark. 

Coventry. — Cephas Brigham, Zelotes Long, Levi 
Sweetland, Daniel White, Calvin Manning, Don F. 
Brigham. 

Ellington. — Asa W illey, Robert Hyde, Benjamin 
Pinney, Oliver W. Steele, John H. Brockway. 

Hebron. — Peyton R. Gilbert, Wm. Brown, Leonard 
Hendee, Abner Hendee, Levi w aldo, Judah Porter, 
Ralph Gilbert, John Graves, Joseph White. 

Mansfield. — Zalmon Storrs, Luther Kingsley, John 
Fitch, ^eth Dunham, David Conant. 

Somers. — Walter R. Kibbe, Oliver Chapin, 2d. Icha- 
hod Mudge. 

Stafford.— R. Woodworth, Amos Harvey, N. Sibley, 
R. Leonard, N. Bartlett, Z. V\ inter, I. F. vady. 

Union. — Augustus Moore, Luther Crawford. 

Vernon.— Oliver H. King, L. P. Tinker, Francis Mc- 
Lean. 

Willington. — Daniel Glazier, John J. Moulton, Oli- 
ver Holt, Origen Dimock. 

Practising Attorneys. 
John Fitch, Esq., State Attorney. 
Tolland.— Calvin w illey, Jeremiah Parish, Elisha 
Stearns, Loren P. Waldo. 
Bolton. — Saul Alvord, jr. 
Columbia. — Asahel (lark. 
Ellington. — John FT. Brockway, Eli Johnson. 
Hebron. — Ralph Gilbert, A. G. Porter. 
Mansfield.— -John Fitch. 



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Somers. — Walter R. Kibbe, Aholiab Johnson. 
Stafford. — Rodolphus V\ oodworth, Stuart Beebe. 

Hiram Rider, Esq. Willington,. Sheriff. 
Deputy Sheriffs. — Samuel Kent, Tolland. Daniel 
Kimball, jr., Ellington. Simon House, Hebron. Har- 
vey Clark, Mansfield. Calvin Fisk, Stafford. 
Joseph Burnham, Jr., Jailer. 



Courts ©f Frofcate. 



Districts. 
Hartford 
Berlin 
Bristol 

East- Windsor 
Enfield 
Farmington 
Granby 
Simsbury 
Southington 
Sumeld, 
New-Haven 
Cheshire 
Guilford 
Wallingford 
Waterbury 
New-London 
Norwich 
Lebanon 
Lyme 
Stonington 
Fairfield 
Danbury 
Newtown 



Judges. 
James Dodd 
Thomas Lee 
Jared W . Pardee 
Eli k: Haskell 
E. P. Prudden 
Lemuel w hitman 
Joab Griffin 
John O. Pettibone 
Romeo Lowrey 
Luther Loomis 



Clerks. 
Charles Bull 

Tracy Peck 
Edgar Bissell 
^ m. Dixon 
Henry Nash 
J. R. Jewett 

J. Wightman 
Oliver Pease 
Charles A. Ingersoll A. P. Sanford 
^ilas "itchcock C. Peck 
Reuben Elliott Geo. Griswold 

John D. Reynolds Randall Cook 
Joel Hinman Israel '' olmes 

John P. Trott Jirah Isham 

John Hyde Burrel Lathrop 

D. Wattles Wm. \\ attles 

Ebenezer Brockway J. R. Warren 
Asa Fish Nathan Daboll 

David Hill D. Hill, jr. 

Reuben tf ooth Edward Taylor 

S. C. blackman 



Norwalk 
Hamford 
itratford 
Ashford 
Killingly 
Plainfield 
Pomfret 
Vol unto wn 
Windham 
Woodstock 
Litchfield 
Kent 

New Hartford 
NewMilford 
Norfolk 
Sharon 
Woodbury 
Middletown 
Chatham 
East Haddam 
Haddam 
Saybrook 
Tolland 
Ellington 
? tafford 
H ebron 
Mansfield 



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fienjamin Isaacs 
Charles J'awley 
Fitch wheeler 
Ichabod Bulkley 
Thomas Backus, jr. 
Joseph Eaton 
John Nichols 
Miner Robbins 
C. F. Cleveland 
John Paine 
Frederick \v olcott 
Nath. P. Perry 
Isaac Kellogg 
Jehial Williams 
Mich. F. Mills 
Samuel Church 
Charles B. Phelps 
John xMsop 
F. G. Comstock 
Benj, Trumbull 
Charles Arnold 
Samuel Ingham 
Jeremiah Parish 
Asa v\ illey 
R. Wood worth 
Abner Hendee 
Luther Kingsley 



Charles Isaacs 
? am'l Lockwood 
Roswell Mitchell 
B. C/ ( . Simons 
David Chase 
John J- Gordon 
T. M. Grosvenor 

Thomas Gray 
George Bowles 

Philo G. Mills 
Nathaniel Gray 

Nathan Preston 
A. C. Peet 
John Fisk 



B. M. Trumbull 
Eli Warner 
Ulysses Mather 

Moses B. Pull 
Calvin Fisk 
Cyrus Mann 






Notaries Public. 

Hartford — Kezekiah Huntington, Walter Mitchell, 
John M. Gannett, Joseph Trumbull, Isaac Perkins, Hen- 
ry L. Ellsworth, Nathan Johnson, Samuel H. Parsons, 
Samuel H. Huntington, Alfred Terry, 

Berlin — Daniel Dunbar. 

Granby— Anson Bates. 



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Windsor — Samuel Woodruff, James Loomis. 

New-Haven — Dyer White, Leonard A. Daggett, C. 
A. Ingersoll, Sherman Gfroswell, John M. Edwards. 

Cheshire — Burrage Beach. 

Derby — John L. Tomlinson. 

Guilford— William Todd. 

New-London — Lyman Law, Ebenezer Learned, W. 
F. Brainard, W. P. Cleaveland, Jr., E. F. Dutton. 

Norwich — James Lanman, James Stedman, Joseph 
Williams, Henry Strong, George Hill, J. A. Rockwell, 
W. H. Law, Levi Hart Goddard, Asa Child. 

Colchester — Amherst D. Scovill. 

Griswold — Thomas Stuart, Samuel C. Morgan. 

Groton — John Hudson. 

Lebanon — William T. Williams. 

Lyme — Henry M. Wait, Charles Griswold. 

Stonington — Alexander G. Smith, George Hubbard, 
Elias Brown, Francis Amy. 

Waterford — Isaiah Rogers. 

D anbury — Daniel A. Cook, Russel Hoyt. 

Bridgeport — Joseph Backus, Daniel Sterling, Joseph 
Wood, Alanson Hamlin, Mark Moore. * 

Norwalk — Clark Bissell, Benjamin Isaacs, Thaddeus 
Betts, E. M. Morgan. 

Ridgefield— Thaddeus Keeler, 2d. 

Stamford — Charles Hawley. 

Stratford — Daniel Judson. 

Brooklyn — John Parish, Adams White, Jr. 

Windham — Samuel Perkins. 

Woodstock — John McClellan. 

Litchfield — Frederick Wolcott, Seth P. Beers, Da- 
vid C. Sanford, Origin S. Seymour. 

New-Milford — David S. Boardman. 

Salisbury — Elisha Sterling. 

Middletown — G. W. Stanley, Jonathan Barnes, 
Wm. Van Duersen, Abiel A. Loomis, Chauncey W T hit- 
telsey, Stillman K. Wightman. 



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Iladdam — Linus Parmelee. 

East-Haddam— N. L. Foster, Eliplialet A. Bulkley. 

Saybrook, (Essex Borough) — Samuel Ingham. 

Tolland — Jeremiah Parish. 

Hebron— Abner Hendee. 

e ss ■ "■ ■ ■■»>^»« » «.^i MMHM I I . ■ — ■■■ 

COMMISSIONERS ON TURNPIKE ROADS, BRIDGES, 
FERRIES, ETC. 

[Appointed by the Senate— May, 1831.] 

ON TURNPIKE ROADS. 

1. Boston. Zelotes Long*, Thomas M. Grosvenor. 

2. Bridgeport & Newtown. Abijah Merritt, James B. 

Fairman. 

3. Canaan & Salisbury. Benajah Douglass, Jeremiah 

Hosford. 

4. Centre. Luther Crawford, Ichabod Corbm. 

5. Chatham & Marlborough. Daniel Burrows John 

Stewart. 

6. Cheshire. Lemuel Whitman, Charles H. Pond. 

7. Chester & North-Killingworth. Samuel Webb, 

Joshua L'Hommedieu. 

8. Colchester & Chatham. Wm. P. Williams, Dan- 

iel Burrows. 

9. Colchester & Norwich. Charles Thomas, Abner 

Hendee. 

10. Columbia. John Graves, Zachariah Cone. 

11. Connecticut. Jeremiah Sturges, Charles Hawley. 

12. Cornwall & Warren. Chalker Pratt, Stephen Bon- 

ney. 

13. Cornwall & Washington. Elijah Hayes, Justus 

Sackett. 

14. Canaan & Litchfield. William M. Burrell, Erastus 

Lyman. 

15. Connecticut & Rhode-Island. Ichabod Bulkley, 

Thomas C. Hay ward. 



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16. Danbury & Ridgefield. Stephen Hoyt, Rucsel 

Hoyt. 

17. Durham & East-Guilford. Daniel Burrows, Reuben 

Elliott. 

18. East-Haddam & Colchester. Samuel S. Warner, 

Joseph H. Mather. 

19. East Middle. Charles G. Ives, James Bishop. 

20. Essex. Daniel Griswold, Thomas Sill. 

21. Farmington River. Lent Benham, Abiram Cham- 

berlin. 

22. Fairfield, Reading & Weston. Abel Hoyt, Thad- 

deus B. Reed. 

23. Fair-Haven. Charles H. Pond, Jedediah Harris. 

24. Goshen & Sharon. Seth Dibble, David Wooster. 

25. Granby. Elizur Benjamin, Rockwell Hoskins. 

26. Green Woods. Gideon Hall, Grove Pinney. 

27. Groton & Stonington. Amos Gallup, John A. Ful- 

ton. 
23. Guilford & Durham. George Griswold, Richard 
Robinson. 

29. Haddam & Durham. John Swathell, Charles Ar- 

nold. 

30. Hartford & New-Haven. Charles H. Pond, Lu- 

ther Becklev. 

31. Hartford Jc New-London. William. T. Williams, 

George Merick. 

82. Hartford, Tolland, Windham & New-London Coun- 

ties. Leonard Hendee, Stephen Tracy. 

83, Hartford «st Tolland. Orrin Holt, Henry* Phelps. 
34. Hebron & Middle-Haddam. John Stewart, John 

Buel. 
85. Housatonic. Samuel Meigs, John Pierce. 
36. Huntington. Abraham D. Baldwin, Philo Bassett. 
87. Killingworth & Haddam. Jared Elliott, Jedediah 

Harris. 

38. Litchfield & Cornwall. Lewis Peck, Daniel Hall. 

39. Litchfield & Harwinton. Uriah Hopkins, Joseph 

Adams. 



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1 40. Litchfield fc New-Milford. George Lewis, Charles 

Lemore. 
•41. Middlesex. Josiah Atwood, Jedediah Post. 

42. Middletown & Berlin. Horatio Gridley, Daniel 

Burrows. 

43. Middletown & Durham. Richard Robinson, Wm. 

Mix. 
1 44. Middletown & Meriden. Wm. Yale, Daniel Bur- 
rows. 

45. Mohigan. Thomas Mussey, Adam Larrabee. 

46. Monroe & Zoar Bridge. Jacob Beers, Abraham D. 

Baldwin. 

47. Moosup. Samuel L. Hough, Elisha L. Fuller. 

48. New-Milford &, Roxbury. Selah Richmond, Abel 

Hine. 

49. Norwich <fe Salem. Charles Thomas, Richard E. 

Selden, Jr. 

50. New-Haven & Derby. Alexander Harrison, Sam- 

uel Wire. 

51. New-Haven & Milford. William Durand, Jr. Grin- 

ley Harrison. 

52. New-London <fc Lyme. Samuel Chany, Thomas 

Sill. 

53. New-London & Windham Counties. Joseph Eaton,, 

Chester Lyon. 

54. New-Milford & Sherman. Daniel A. Pickett, Ich- 

abod Noble. 

55. New-Preston. Wells Beardslee, John R. Fuller. 

56. Northfleld. Aaron Sanford, Jr., Jessup Wakeman. 

57. Norwalk & Danbury. Erastus Sturges, I. H. Seeley. 

58. Norwalk & Newtown. Abraham D. Baldwin, Ja- 

cob Beers. 

59. Norwich & Woodstock. John Davis, William 

Putnam. 

60. Oxford. Erastus Osborne, Silas Mix. 

61. Pettipaug and Guilford. Humphrey William^ 

Charles Elliott 



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62. Pine's Bridge. Hiram Osborne, John Buckingham. 

63. Providence. Benjamin E. Palmer, Tho's Backus. 

64. Rimmon Falls, Charles H. Pond, Samuel Ware. 

65. Salem & Hamburg. Felix Starkey, Samuel S. 

Warner. 

66. Sharon & Cornwall. Lewis Peck, Daniel Hall. 

67. Shetucket. Charles Thomas, John A. Rockwell. 

68. Stafford Mineral Springs. John J. Moulton, Cha's- 

Bear dwell. 

69. Still River. Joseph Miller, Launcelot Phelps. 

70. Southington & Waterbury. Joel Hinman, Romeo 

Lowrey. 

71. Sandybrook. Gideon Hall, Ezra Doolittle. 

72. Straits. Charles H. Pond, Morris Woodruff. 

73. Sugar Hollow. Erastus Sturges, Jesse S. Bradley. 

74. T ale ott Mountain. Jeremy Hoadley, Nathan John- 

son. 

75. Thompson. Wm. H. Mason, Wm. Fisher. 

76. Tolland County. Joseph Merick, Ira Johnson- 

77. Torrington. Jonathan Buel, Phineas Lord. 

78. Tolland & Mansfield. Calvin Manning, Orrin Holt. 

79. Washington. Elijah Baldwin, Ethiel Hickox. 

80. Windham & Coventry. Walter Williams, Asahel 

Bacon. 

81. Windham & Mansfield. Amasa Hyde, William 

Rice. 

82. West Middle. Nehemiah C. Sanford, Samuel 

Steele. 

83. Windham & Brooklyn. Vine Robinson, Comfort 

C. Tiffany. 

84. Woodstock & Somers. William Rice, John P. 

Williams. 

85. Waterbury River. Jonathan Coe, Jr., Elijah War- 

ren, Jr. 

86. Wolcottville. Uriel Tuttle, Hoface Higley. 

87. Weston. Joseph Bennett, Ebenezer S. Hall. 

88. Wells Hollow. Abraham D. Baldwin, Jacob Beers. 



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ON BRIDGES. 

1. Niantic. James Rogers, [J. Chadwick, dec'd.J 

2. Hartford. Lemuel White, Jeremy Hoadley, N, 

Johnson. 

3. Norwich & Preston. Erastus Coit, Elias Brown, 

Jonathan Brewster. 

4. Mystic. Stephen Haley, Asa Fish. 

5. Tomlinson's. Charles *H. Pond, OrrinD. Squires. 

6. Bridgeport. David Brooks, Josiah Gorham. 

7. Washington. Charles H. Pond, Enoch Foote. 

8. Leavenworth's. John Wheeler, William Hinman. 

9. Zoar. Newton Tuttle, Samuel Wheeler. 

10. Bennett's. Benjamin Hard, Jacob Beers. 

11. Hawley's. Wait S. Northrop, Czar Nearing. 

12. New-Milford. Nathan Gaylord, Daniel GayiorcL 

13. Bull's Falls. Nathan Gaylord, Daniel Gaylord. 

14. Pratt's. Nathan Gaylord, Daniel Gaylord. 

15. Fuller's. Nathan Gaylord, Daniel Gaylord. 

16. Union. Henry Beers, Daniel Hinman. 



ON FERRIES. 

1. Derby Ferry, at the Narrows. Alexander Harrison, 

Philip Saunders. 

2. New-London Ferry. Charles Bulkeley, Albert La- 

tham. 

3. Gale's. Ralph Hurlbut, Elisha M. Comstock. 

4. Chapman's. John Bushnell, Joshua L'Hommedieu. 

5. Warner's. Ebenezer Brockway, John Shipman. 

6. Higganum. Benj. Hurd, Joshua L'Hommedieu. 

7. East-Haddam. John Bushnell, J. L'Hommedieu. 

8. Middle-Haddam Landing. Benjamin Hurd, Cheves 

Brainard. 

9. Essex. Ebenezer Brockway, Jedediah Post. 

10. Rocky-Hill. Robert Hunt, Henry Bulkley. 

11. Pratt's. Joseph Wells, Samuel Hanmer. 

12. King's. Jabez Collins, Apollus Fuller 



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13. East- Windsor, at the mouth of Scantic River. John 

Watson, Henry Sill. 

14. East- Windsor, at Warehouse-Point. John Chub- 

buck, William Barnes. 

15. Enfield & Suffield, or Lovejoy's. Jabez Collins, 

Apollos Fuller. 

16. Saybrook Ferry. John Bushnell. 

17. Haddam Island. Benjamin Hurd, Charles Arnold. 



COMMISSIONERS OF THE UNION COMPANY CONNECTI- 
CUT RIVER. 

Lemuel White, James Babcock, Henry Barnard. 



COMMISSIONERS ON THAMES RIVER. 

Ebenezer Huntington, Richard Law, Denison Palmer. 



COMMISSIONERS ON FARMINGTON CANAL. 

Simeon Baldwin, William Moseley, George Cowles, 
Jonathan O. Pettibone, Roger Mills. 



COMMISSIONERS ON THE WORKS OF THE CONNECTI- 
CUT RIVER COMPANY. 

John S. Peters, Martin Welles, Calvin Willey. 

DIRECTORS OF CONNECTICUT STATE PRISON. 

John Russ, Martin Welles, Samuel H. Huntington. 
Warden. — Moses Pilsbury. 

The Commissioners to equalize the Assessment List 
for the State, are the Treasurer and Comptroller for the 
time being. 



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SenafoA'ial Districts. 

District No. 1. Consists of the Towns of Hart- 
Ford, Wethersfield, Berlin, and Southington. 

No. 2. Enfield, Suffield, East- Windsor, East-Hart- 
ford, Glastenbury, Marlborough and Manchester. 

No. 3. Hartland, Granby, Simsbury, Windsor, Can- 
ton, Farmington, Bristol, Burlington, and Avon. 

No. 4. New-Haven, Hamden, Milford, Orange and 
North-Haven. 

No. 5. Woodbridge, Derby, Oxford, Southbury, Mid- 
<llebury, Waterbury, Prospect and Wolcott. 

No. 6. East-Haven, Cheshire, Meriden, Walling^ 
ford, Branford, Guilford, Madison and North Branford. 

No. 7. New-London, Groton, Stonington, and Wa- 
terford. 

No. 8. Norwich, North-Stonington, Preston, Gris- 
wold, Lisbon and Franklin. 

No. 9. Lyme, Colchester, Lebanon, Montville, Sa- 
lem and Bozrah. 
No. 10. Fairfield, Bridgeport, Stratford, Huntington, 
Weston, Trumbull and Monroe. 

No. 11. Danbury, Ridgefield, Reading, Newtown, 
Brookfield, New-Fairfleld and Sherman. 

No. 12. Norwalk, Darien, Stamford, Greenwich, 
New-Canaan and Wilton. 

No. 13. Brooklyn, Canterbury, Hampton, Plainfield, 
Sterling, Voluntown, Windham and Chaplin. 
No. 14. Ashford, Killingly, Pomfret, Thompson and 
Woodstock. 

No. 15. Litchfield, Harwinton, New-Hartford, Tor- 
rington, Winchester, Barkhampstead and Colebrook. 

No. 16. New-Milford, Warren, Washington, Roxbu- 
ry, Bethlem, Woodbridge, Watertown and Plymouth. 

No. 17. Salisbury, Canaan, Norfolk, Sharon, Corn- 
wall, Goshen and Kent. 



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No. 18. Middletown, Durham and Chatham. 

No. 19. Haddam, East-Haddam, Killingworth and 
Saybrook. 

No. 20. Tolland, Ellington, Somers, Stafford, Union 
and Willington. 

No. 21. Bolton, Coventry, Columbia, Hebron, Mans- 
field and Vernon. 

Extract from the District Law. 

Sec. 3. The presiding officers in the meetings of the 
electors, in the respective towns in this State, shall 
make out the certificates of the votes for Senators in the 
General Assembly, as follows, to wit : 

"At a meeting of the electors in the town of 
legally warned and held on the first Monday of April, 
A. D. the following persons received the num- 

ber of votes annexed to their names respectively, for a 
Senator in the next General Assembly of this State, for 
District number 

Names. \ Number of votes in words 

at full length. 
Duplicate list of votes for Senator, certified by 

A. B. Presiding Officer." 

Sec. 4. The presiding officers, in making out said ' 
certified lists, shall insert the number of votes in words 
at full length. 

Sec. 5. The superscription on each of such certifi- 
cates to be returned to the Secretary of this State, shall 
be as follows, to wit : 

" To the Secretary of this State. 
" Votes of the Electors of the town of 
for a Senator for District number taken and seal- 

ed up by 

A. B. Presiding Officer." 



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Connecticut Medical Society. 

At the annual meeting of the President and Fellows of 
the Connecticut Medical Society, held at Hartford, in 
May, 1831, the following Officers were chosen for the 
ensuing year : 

His Excellency J. S. Peters, m. d., President. 
William Buel, m. d., Vice President. 
Joseph Palmer, m. d., Treasurer. 
George Sumner, m. d., Secretary. 

STANDING COMMITTEES. 

Committee of Examination. — S. B. Woodward, m. 
d., Andrew Harris, m. d., Silas Fuller, m. d., Luther 
Ticknor, m. d. 

Committee to nominate Professors in the Medical 
Institution. — Eli Todd, m. d., Thomas Miner, m. d., 
George Sumner, m. d. 

Committee to nominate Physician of Retreat. — 
Thomas Hubbard, m. d., Eli Ives, m. d., His Ex. J. S. 
Peters, m. d., William Buel, m. d., Samuel Carter, m. d. 

FELLOWS. 

Hartford County. — William H. Morgan, Richard 
Eells, J. F. Denison, Daniel Fuller, Ralph Carter. 

New-Haven County. — Thomas Hubbard, Joseph 
Tomlinson, Alfred S. Monson, Joel Canfleld, Timothy P. 
Beers. 

New-London County. — Dyer T. Brainard, N. S. 
Perkins, W. Hooker, George E. Palmer, James Morgan. 
Windham County. — Hiram Holt, Andrew Harris, 
John G. Pierce, Isaac Clark, Samuel Bowen. 

Fairfield County. — Stephen Middlebrooks, T. D. 
Shepard, Elijah Middlebrooks, Mortimer N. Shelton, 
John Tomlinson. 

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Litchfield County. — Remas M. Fowler, George O, 
Jarvis, Manly Peters, Norman Lyman, Isaac T. Hollis- 
ter. 

Middlesex County. — Thomas Miner, Ira Hutchin- 
son, Benjamin H. Catlin. 

Tolland County.— Jahez L. White, Warren A. Ful- 
ler, Earl Swift. 



CLERKS OF THE COUNTIES. 

Hartford County. — J. J. Abernethy, m. d. 

New-Haven, " Henry D. Bulkley, m. d. 

New-London, " William Hooker, m. d. 

Fairfield, " John Tomlinson, m. d. 

Windham, " William Hutchins, m. d. 

Litchfield, " M. A. Lee, m. d. 

Middlesex, " Richard Warner, m. d. 

Tolland, " O. K. Isham, m. d. 



Surveyors of Connecticut. 

George Gillet, Esq., Surveyor General. 

Deputy Surveyors. 

County of Hartford — Daniel St. John, of Hartford. 

County of New-Haven — Noyes Darling, of Wood- 
bridge. 

County of New-London — Moses Warren, of Lyme. 

County of Fairfield — Benjamin Hoyt, of Danbury. 

County of Windham — Jona. Nichols, of Thompson. 

County of Litchfield — Win. M. Burrell, of Canaan. 

County of Middlesex — Edwin F, Johnson, of Middle- 
town. 



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MILITIA 



HIS EXCELLENCY 

JOHN S, PETERS, 

Captain General and Commander-in-Chief. 
Colonel Francis J. Huntington, ) A , , 7 ^ 
Colonel John D. Russ, \Atds-de-Camp. 

Lieutenant General, Vacant. 

Major General George Cowles, Adjutant General. 

General Nathan Johnson, Quarter Master General. 
Henry C. Porter, ) A 

Charles M. Emerson, \ Assistants. 

Colonel James Ward, Commissary General. 
Major Hezekiah Goddard, Paymaster General. 



GOVERNOR'S GUARDS. 
1st Company, Thomas H. Marshal, Major Com't. 
horse. William J. Denslow, Captain. 

George Seymour, Lieutenant. 
George Newberry, Cornet. 
Vacant, Quarter Master. 

2d Company, Joshua Barnes, Jr., Major Com't. 
horse. Bayard Barnes, Capt. and 1st Lieut. 

Jared Barnes, 2d Lieutenant. 

James M. Ford, Cornet. 

Calvin Downes, Quarter Master. 
1st Company, Jonathan Goodwin, Major Com't. 
foot. ' John W. Bull, Capt. and 1st. Lieut. 

Edmund B. Stedman, 2d Lieutenant. 

Horace B. Washburn, 3d Lieutenant 

Calvin Day, 4th Lieutenant. 

JFrederick S. Benton, Ensign. 



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2d Company, James E. Hotchkiss, Major Com't. 
foot. John Merriam, Capt. and 1st Lieut. 

Andrew Benton, 2d do. do. 

Lewis K. Dow, 3d do. do. 

Matthew H. Read, 4th do. do. 
Edward Benjamin, Ensign. 



Infantry. 



FIRST DIVISION. 

Consisting of the First and Second Brigades. 

Walter Booth, Esq., Major General. 
Major George D. Cowles, ) A . , 1 ~ 
Major Isaac I. Tibbals, \ A ^-de-Camp. 

Lieut. Col. Horatio N. Fowler, Division Inspector. 

Major Elias Holt, Division Quartermaster. 

FIRST BRIGADE. 

[No return of Commissioned Officers.] 

SECOND BRIGADE. 

Consisting of the 2d, 7th, 10th and 22d Regiments, In- 
fantry. 
Amos Thomas Brigadier General. 
Silas Mix, Aid-de-Camp. 
Edward R. Yale, Brigade Major and Inspector. 
Edwin W. Buddington, Brigade Quartermaster. 

SECOND REGIMENT. 

Daniel L. Holbrook, Colonel. 
Lyman Manvel, Lieut. Col. Elford E. Jarman, Major. 
Cyrus Manvel, Adjutant. Samuel Hemingway, Quar- 
termaster. Ason S. Colt, Paymaster. Asa M. Train, 
Chaplain. Sheldon C. Johnson, Surgeon. Josiah F. 
Hunt, Surgeon's Mate. Francis T. Jarman, Sergeant 



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Major. Richard M. Treadway, Quartermaster Ser- 
geant. Stephen Wilcoxson, Drum Major. William W. 
Neal, Fife Major. 



Rifle Company. 
Josiah Boardman, Captain. Nathan F. Hall, Lieut. 
Newton Piatt, Ensign. 

1st Light Infantry. 
William Fowler, Captain. Richard Oviatt, Lieut. — 
Willis Bristoll, Ensign. 

2d Light Infantry. 
Sidney M. Stone, Captain. Charles Bostwick, Jun., 
Lieutenant. Russel Hotchkiss, Jr., Ensign. 

1st Battalion Company. 
Joseph Parker, Captain. Lent L. Bishop, Lieuten- 
ant. Isaac H. Scott, Ensign. 

2d Battalion Company. 
John Benjamin, Jr., Lieut. Charles Clark, Ensign. 

3d Battalion Company. 
Philo Bradley, Captain. Horace Mansfield, Lieut 
Job M. Atwater, Ensign. 

Ath Battalion Company. 
William J. Smith, Captain. Charles Tomlinson, 
Lieutenant. David L. Parmelee, Ensign. 

bth Battalion Company. 
Harvey Rowe, Ensign. 

6th Battalion Company. 
John Beecher, Captain. Ebenezer Fairchild, Lieut. 

1th Battalion Company. 
Alva Bunnell, Captain. Ephraim Smith, Ensign. 

8th Battalion Company. 
Leonard Pardee, Captain. James J. Baldwin, Lieut 
Willys Bull, Ensign. 



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SEVENTH REGIMENT. 

1st Flank Company. 
Samuel Buell, Captain. David Dibble, Lieut. Jo- 
seph Stannard, Ensign. 

1st Battalion Company. 
Samuel Sanford, Jr., Captain. Henry C. Walker,,* 
Lieut. John E. Whittlesey, do. 

2c? Battalion Company. 
Daniel M. Tyler, Captain. Oliver P. Smith, Lieut. 
Chauncey Dickinson, Ensign. 

3d Battalion Company. 
Jerry Parmele, Captain. Jedediah Stow, Lieutenant. 
Julius Dudley, Ensign. 

4th and bth Battalion Companies. [No Returns.] 

6th Battalion Company. 
Aaron Stevens, Captain. Vacant, Lieut. Charles 
L'Hommedieu, Ensign. 

7th Battalion Company. 
Edward S. Shipman, Captain. C. G. Southworth, 
Lieutenant. Hezekiah Canfield, Ensign. 

8th Battalion Company. 
Joseph S. Hubbard, Capt. Daniel Brainard, Lieut. 
No return for Ensign. 

2d Flank Company. 
George A. Freeman, Captain. Ansel Smith, Lieut. 
Theodore Child, Ensign. 

Rifle Company. 
Asa P. Williams, Captain. John Denison, Lieuten- 
ant. No return for Ensign. 



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TENTH REGIMENT. 

IchabodL. Scranton, Colonel. 
Levi Rose, Jr., Lieut. Col. George Rose, Major. — 
Timothy V. Meigs, Adj. Henry Scranton Quartermas- 
ter. William Palmer, Paymaster. Samuel N. Shep- 

ard, Chaplain. Joel Canfield, Surgeon. Pome- 

roy, Surgeon's mate. Horace L. Dudley, Sergeant ma- 
jor. Beverly Rose, Quartermaster-sergeant. John C. 
Smith, Drum-major. 



Light Infantry Company. 
Ward Johnson, Captain. Miner Harrison, Lieuten- 
ant. Medad W. Munson, Ensign. 

1st Battalion Company. 
John E. Fowler, Captain. William Fowler, Lieut. 
Lewis Benton, Ensign. 

2d Battalion Company. 
Lyman Hall, Captain. Daniel Hand. Lieut. Harvy 
Merriman, Ensign. 

Zd Battalion Company. 
Eber Beach, captain. Benjamin L. Carter, lieuten- 
ant. Benjamin Rogers, ensign. 

Ath Battalion Company. 
David T. Bishop, captain. Levi Barnes, lieutenant. 
Willys Tuttle, ensign. 

5th Battalion Company. 
Frederick L. Wheadon, captain. Julius N. Dowd, 
lieutenant. Vacant, ensign. 

6th Battalion Company. 
Benjamin Page, Jr., captain. Jerome Harrison, lieut. 
Dana B. Page, ensign. 

7th Battalion Company. 
Nathaniel Bartlett, captain. Vacant, lieut. Grove 
Hubbard, ensign. 



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Sth Battalion Company. 
Augustus Bishop, captain. Vacant, lieut. Enos Ro- 
gers, ensign. 

9th Battalion Company. 
Philander Cook, captain. William M. Fowler, lieut. 
Ambrose B. Fowler, ensign. 



TWENTY-SECOND REGIMENT. 

Chauncey Root, Colonel. 
Alvan Sperry, Lieut. Col. Russel Allen, Major. Jo- 
el H. Guy, Adj. Edward Clark, Quartermaster. Geo. 
Warner, Paymaster. Wm. Barlow, Chaplain. Daniel 
Porter, Jr., Surgeon. Junius Field, Surgeon's mate. — 
Samuel Hickox, Jr., Sergeant-major. Jared Prichard, 
Quartermafeter-sergeant. Ira Couch, Drum-major.— 
Giles Hotchkiss, Fife-major. 

1st Flank Company. 
Lauren Frisbie, captain. Enoch W. Frost, lieuten- 
ant. Leonard Prichard, ensign. 

2d Flank Company. 
George W. Hicks, captain. Charles Hall, lieuten- 
ant. Simeon Brooks, ensign. 

1st Battalion Company. 
Sherman Hickox, captain. David A. Sprague, lieut. 
Samuel M. Morris, ensign. 

2d Battalion, do. 
John Barnes, captain. Samuel D. Bradley, lieut. 

3d Battalion, do. 
Eli C. Burdsey, captain. Horace, Curtis, lieut. Eli 
E. Curtis, ensign. 

4:th Battalion, do. 
Lucius Tuttle, Jr., captain. Cyrus C. Upson, lieut. 
Hector H. Hall, ensign. 



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5^ Battalion, do. 
Linus Stevens, captain. Erastus W. Hoadley, lieut. 
Hector Porter, ensign. 

6th Battalion, do. 
Franklin D. Benham, captain. Enos L. Peck, lieut. 

7th Battalion, do. 
John Umberfield, lieut. Burr Perkins, ensign. 

No returns from the 8th Company. 



SECOND DIVISION. 

Consisting of the 3d and 5th Brigades. 

Amariah Kibbe, Major General. 

Major Ebenezer Clark, ) /., , „ 
Major Amariah Kibbe/ Jr., \ A^-de-Camp. 

Lieut. Col. George L. Perkins, Division Inspector. 

Major Wit. P. Cleaveland, Jr., Division Quartermaster. 

THIRD BRIGADE. 

Consisting of 3d, 8th, 18th, and 20th Regiments, In- 
fentry. 
Joseph D. Mason, Brigadier General. 
Abial B. Sherman, Brigade Major and Inspector. 
James B. Goddard, Esq. Aid-de-Camp. 



THIRD REGIMENT. 

Roswell Caulkins, Colonel. 

Jason Beckwith, Lieut. Col. John M. Latimer, Ma- 
jor. M. C. Raymond. Adj. Enoch V. Stoddard, Quar- 
termaster. Wm. G. Thatcher, Paymaster. Nathan 
Wildman, Chaplain. Abel T. Sizer, Surgeon. E. 
Wilcox, Surgeon's mate. Vacant, Sergeant-major. — 
Francis G. Turner, Quartermaster-sergeant. Marvin 
Fargo, Drum-major. Adams Rathbon, Fife-major. 



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1st Company Infantry. — Benjamin S. Scofield, 
captain. Richard Rogers, lieutenant. George E. Wil- 
son, ensign. 

2d. do. Ezra Wood, captain. 

3d do. Joseph L. Chapman, captain. Calvin 
Stoddard, lieut. Richard Raymond, ensign. 

4:th do. Asa Smith, captain. Simon Smith, lieut* 
Benjamin F. Gillet, ensign. 

5th do. David Bates, captain. 

6th do. Ezra Brockway, captain. S. B. Ely, lieut. 
V. M. Johnson, ensign. 

7th do. Francis Jones, lieut. Win. Ransom, ensign. 
8th do. Joseph Avery, captain. Elijah Baker, lieu- 
tenant. Hubbel B. Ames, ensign, 

Light Infantry. 
1st Company. — Peter C. Turner, captain. Lewis 
D. Allen, lieut. Nathan Beckwith, ensign. 

2d do. Noah Chapman, captain. Daniel Peck, 
lieut. Dudley Randall, ensign. 



EIGHTH REGIMENT. 

Ezra Hewitt, Colonel. 

Samuel W. Wood, lieut. col. Alden Palmer, major. 
Thomas H. Hewitt, adj. Benjamin T. Browning, quar- 
termaster. Paul W. Noyes, paymaster. Joseph Ayer, 
Jr., chaplain. Thomas P. Wattles, surgeon. William 
Hyde, Jr., surgeon's mate. Roswell Randall, sergeant- 
major. Benjamin F. Hinckley, quartermaster-sergeant. 
Noyes Holmes, drum-major. Samuel A. Newton, fife- 
major. 



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1st Flank Company. — Erastus Gallup, captain. — 
Elias Gallup, lieut. John Guard, ensign. 

2d do. Charles W. Thompson, captain. William 
C. Stanton, lieut. Wm. S. Peabody, ensign. 

1st Battalion Company. — Thomas Chester, lieuten- 
ant com. Sheldon Tomlinson, lieut. Albert Chese- 
brough, ensign. 

2d do. Henry Haley, captain. Giles Haley, lieut. 
Nelson Haley, ensign. 

3d do. Oliver B. Grant, captain. 

4th do. Alpha R. Campbell, captain. Benjamin 
Gallup, Jr., lieut. 

5th do. Elias B. Avery, captain. Christopher M- 
Gallup, ensign. 

6th do. Elias Babcock, captain. Francis Sheffield, 
lieut. Dudley P. Brown, ensign. 

7th do. Frank H. Wheeler, capt. John D. Brown, 
lieut. James R. Irish, ensign. 

8th do. Alexander Palmer, captain. Henry D. 
Langworthy, lieutenant. 

Riflemen. William Morgan, captain. Charles Chip- 
man, lieut. Edmund Spicer, ensign. 

EIGHTEENTH REGIMENT. 

Joseph Tilden, Colonel. 

Benjamin L'Hommedieu, lieut. col. James Roath,. 
major. George Kingsley, adj. Dan Huntington, quar- 
termaster. Wm. Prentice, paymaster. Elisha Hutch- 
inson, surgeon. William S. Tyler, surgeon's mate.— 
Edward Bull, chaplain. Edwin A. Andrews, sergeant- 
major. AsaL. Latham, quartermaster-sergeant. Ste- 
phen Payne, drum-major. William S. Cooly, frfe^ma- 
jor. 



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1st Flank Company.— Russel Hinckley, captain.— 
George M. Roberts, lieut. Wm. Lewis, ensign. 

2d do. John Wattles, captain. Edmund Harding, 
lieut. John Beaumont, ensign. 

1st Battalion Company.— Thomas Skinner, captain. 
Wm. G. Ramsdell, lieut. John W. Shepard, ensign. 

2d do. James S. Treat, captain. Oliver A. Crary, ' 
lieut. John Woodmancy, ensign. 

3d do. Edward Y. Thomas, captain. Ansel Dewey, 
lieut. Lyndes L. Huntington, ensign. 

4th do, Pelatiah Armstrong, captain. John B. Lamb, 
lieut. Gilbert Lamb, Jr., ensign. 

5th do. Samuel Cook, captain. James Leonard? 
lieut. Archibald Fry, ensign. 

6th do. James R. Stetson, captain. Vacant, lieut. 
.Daniel B. Lovett, ensign. 

7th do. Erastus T. Fitch, captain. Tracy Gates, 
lieut. Henry J. Gallup, ensign. 

8th do. Seth Whiting, captain. Ebenezer Hough, 
lieut. Vacant, ensign. 

1st Rifle Company. — Charles L. Meach, captain. Eli- 
as H, Maine, lieut. Vacant, ensign. 

2d do. John P. Huntington, captain. Gurdon A. 
Jones lieut. Daniel B. Hopkins, ensign. 

TWENTIETH REGIMENT. 

John T. Peters, Colonel. 
Hezekiah M. Selden, lieut. col. Theodore H. Arnold, 
major. Lyman G. Morgan, adj. Alfred B. Pierce, 
quartermaster. Albert B. Isham, paymaster. Roger 
G. Isham, chaplain. Ezekiel W. Parsons, surgeon. — 
Royal W. Kingsbury, surgeon's mate. Stephen B. Ful- 
ler, sergeant-major. Jedediah S. Morgan, quartermaster 
sergeant. Horace Brown, drum-major. Wm. Phelps, 
fife-major. 



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FIFTH BRIGADE. 

Consisting of the 5th, 11th, 19th, and 23d Regiments, 

Infantry, and 2d Regiment, Cavalry. 

John C. Howard, Esq. Brigadier General, 

, Aid-de-Camp. 

Horace Gaylord, Brigade Major and Inspector, 
Edward S. Mosely, Brigade Quarter Master. 

FIFTH REGIMENT. 

Waterman C. Clark, Colonel. 
Harris Arnold, lieut. col. C. F. Cleaveland, major, 
William Brown, adj. Lucian H. Clark, quartermaster. 
Chester Clark, paymaster. Ralph S. Crampton, chap- 
lain. Christopher S. Avery, surgeon. Daniel A. Ho- 
vey, surgeon's mate. Edward Gallup, major. Chester 
Woodworth, quartermaster-sergeant. Charles Palmer, 
drum-major. James R. Young, fife-major. Luther Bur- 
gess, master of band. 

Flank Companies 
Captains. — Andrew M. Litchfield, Jedediah Shepard. 
Lieutenants. — Lucius Fuller, Edmund B^con. 
Ensigns. — Wm. Bennett, George L. Adams. 

Rifle Companies. 
Captains. — Jeremiah Shepard, Wm. L. JiJlson. 
Lieutenants. — Jared F. Wilbur, Horace Hall. 
Ensigns. — John M. Smith, John H. Capin. 

Battalion Companies. 

Captains. — Rufus W. Kennedy, Edward Fogg, Ben- 
jamin Hovey, Marcus Lyon, Elisha Hammond, Christo- 
pher Hall, J. M. Stranahan. 

Lieutenants. — Thomas Weaver, Havilah Taylor, John 
Allen, Meritt Williams, John Lincoln, Nathaniel Gallup, 
Leonard Day. 

Ensigns. — Erastus L. Prior, Elisha Harris, Oliver F. 
Wood, 1 " Marshall Smith, Nathaniel Flint, Jr., Peter M. 
Burlingame, Erastus Short. 



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ELEVENTH REGIMENT. 

James Lyon, Colonel. 
Andrew A. Williams, lieut. col. Moses C. Sessions, 
Sfiajor. Aaron M. Lyon, adj. Richmond M. Bullock, 
quartermaster. Daniel P. Dow, paymaster. Roswell 
Whitmore, chaplain. Asa Witter, surgeon. Eleazer 
Litchfield, surgeon's mate. Danforth Child, sergeant- 
major. Charles Matthewson, quartermaster-sergeant. — 
Thomas Browning, drum-major. Allen, fife-ma- 
jor. 



Flank Companies. 

Captains — John Work, Alvin Copeland. 
Lieutenants — John W. Wells, John B. Holmes. 

Rifle Companies.. 

Captains — Nathaniel H, Parkhurst, Stephen Crosby, 
Luther Day. 

Lieutenants — William Osgood, Jr., Joseph J. Green, 
Hezekiah L. Danielson. 

Ensigns — Leonard Thompson, Lyman Whittemore, 
Norman Kelly. 

Battalion Companies. 

Captains—Charles Trowbridge, Edward D. Perry, 
James Warren, Jonathan Dexter, Chandler Briggs, Wel- 
come Joslin, Vacant, George Nichols, Grosvenor 
Storrs. 

Lieutenants — Benjamin T. Grosvenor, Lewis Cham- 
berlain, Byram Wheaton, Jared Williams, Elisha C. 
Walker, Joseph D. Jacobs, Vacant, Dyer N. Elliot, Eli- 
akim W. Sessions. 

Ensigns — Samuel H. Williams, Cyrus Davenport, 
Sampson B. Covill, Emery Angell, Hiram B. Child, 
Burk Foster, Joseph D. Keith, Seth Chase, 2d. 



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NINETEENTH REGIMENT. 

Cyrus Russell, Colonel.) 
Orrin Pomeroy, lieut. col. Ephraim Dimmock, ma- 
jor. Sanford Pease adj. John Paine, quartermaster. — 
E. J. Scrimgeour, paymaster. R. G. Dennis, chaplain. 
Orson Wood, surgeon. Joseph C. Dow, surgeon's 
mate. Vacant, sergeant-major. Theodore P. Pease, 
quarter-master-sergeant. Jeremiah V. Allen, drum- 
major. Charles Morgan, fife-major. 

Flank Companies. 

Captains — Samuel Pease, 2d, David Holmes, Sanford 
Stanley. 

Lieutenants — Samuel Gfoucher, Abraham Francis, 
Austin Carpenter. 

Ensigns — Daniel Welch, William Strout, John W. 
Gager. 

Battalion Companies. 

Captains — Ebenezer Metcalf, Gurdon Isham, Asa 
Fuller, Warren Orcutt, Gaius Wood, John H. Holton, 
Philip Orcutt. 

Lieutenants — Alonzo Booth, Sherman Chapman, 
Chester Pomeroy, Alden Blodget, Samuel Kimball, Wm. 
Pinney, John Richardson. 

Ensigns — Horace Belcher, Charles Griggs, Charles 
B. Pomeroy, Thomas Wait, George E. Cooley, Benja- 
min Isham, Samuel E. Fairfield. 

TWENTY-THIRD REGIMENT. 

Chester Daggett, Colonel. 
Amos Bugbee, lieut. col. Armin Bolles, major. David 
Keyes, adj. Otis Woodward, quartermaster. George 
Stebbins, paymaster. Chauncey Booth, chaplain. — 
Chauncey Burgess, surgeon. Warren Fuller, surgeon's 
mate. Edwin Eaton, sergeant-major. Vacant, quar- 
termaster-sergeant. Frederick Storrs, drum-major. — 
Chester Strickland, fife-major. 



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Flank Companies. 

Captains — Darius Dexter, Edmund Lyon. 

Lieutenants — Henry Dunham, Henry L. Dow. 

Ensigns — Roger Waldo, Warner Hayward. 
Battalion Companies. 

Captains — Edmund G. Howe, David Babcock, Jolin 
S. Yeomans, Roy S. White, Levi Eldridge, Calvin 
Daggett, Fielder Watkins, John W. Squier, Aaron 
Geer, Benjamin C. House. 

Lieutenants — Jacob B. Gurley, Jr., Joseph Dormbn, 
William A. Yeomans, ZenasB. Skinner, Royal C. El- 
dridge, Ariel Flynt, Zuriel P. Arnold, Levi Preston, Wm. 
L. Fuller, John H. Buell. 

Ensigns — Hiram Closby, Samuel P. Rose, George 
Wright, Alva Bishop, William W. Marcey, Otis Sweet, 
J. B. Latham, George Tyler, Lucius C. Utley, Charles 
P. Hollister. 



SECOND REGIMENT, CAVALRY. 

Matthew Bowen, Colonel. 
Zachariali Bicknell, Jr., major. Haviland Wight, 
adj. Anson Fowler, quartermaster. James S. Chan- 
dler, paymaster. Philo Judson, chaplain. William 
Witter, surgeon. Andrew Frink, surgeon's mate. — 
George Bradford, sergeant-major. Frank Webb, quar- 
termaster-sergeant. Francis P. Clark, trumpet-major. 

1st Troop. — Joseph B. Simmons, captain. Chester 
Lanphere, 1st lieutenant. William R. Dorrance, 2d do. 
Frederick Cady, cornet. 

2d Troop. — Uriah C. Prince, captain. Isaac Gallup, 
1st lieut. Elias Williams, 2d do. William A. Cady, 
cornet. 



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3d Troop. — Amos Fowler, Jr., captain. Amos Hutch- 
inson, 1st lieut. Hezekiah Loomis, 2d do. William 
Yeomans, cornet. 

4th Troop. Royal S. Watson, captain. Samuel 
Wilkinson, 1st lieut. William P. Williams, 2d do. Eras- 
mus Rawson, cornet. 



THIRD DIVISION. 

Consisting of the 4th and 6th Brigades. 

Charles F. Sedgwick, Major General. 

Richard Smith, ) A1 i ^ 
Daniel Bacon, } Aids-de-Camp. 

George C. Woodruff, Division Inspector. 
Lewis B. Woodruff, Division Quarter Master. 

FOURTH BRIGADE. 

Consisting of the 4th, 9th, 15th and 24th Regiments In- 
fantry, and 5th Regiment Cavalry. 
Charles De Forrest Brigadier General. 
Charles Jessup, Brigade Major and Inspector. 
Henry Perry, Aid-de-Camp. 
Eliakim S. Hamilton, Brigade Quarter Master. 

FOURTH REGIMENT. 

1st Flank Company— Disbanded. 

2d do. Munson Gray, captain. Judson Nichols, 
lieut. George Bulkley, ensign. 

3d do. Isaac Sherman, captain. Stephen Tomlin- 
son, lieut. Daniel Hatch, ensign. 

1st Battalion Company. Charles W. Thorp, capt. 
Vacant, lieut. Vacant, ensign, 

2d do. L. W. Burrill, captain. J. J. Booth, lieut. — 
D. Plumb, ensign. 

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3d do. W. Sherwood, captain. M. Bradley, lieut, 
N. Ogden, ensign. 

4th do. W. P. Knapp, captain. R. W. Burritt, 
lieut. B. Nichols, ensign. 

5th do. S. Sherwood, capt. H. Ogden, lieut. S. 
Bennett, ensign. 

6th do. J. B. Bristol, capt. C. Judson, lieut. N. 
B. Burrett, ensign. 

7th do. No return. 

8th do. A. Shelton, captain. D. Wells, lieut. C. 
Sherman, ensign. 

9th do. G. Dunning, captain. L. W. Clark, lieut. 
Vacant, ensign. 

Rifle Company. E. Hubbell, capt. N. W. Seeley r 
lieut. J. Sanford, ensign. 

SINTH REGIMENT. 

1st Flank Company. J. Mead, capt. W. A. Lock- 
wood, lieut. J. M. Smith, ensign. 

2d do. G. P. Finch, captain. T. Mead, Jr., lieut. 
J. Golding, ensign. 

3d do. N. Sherwood, captain. H. Morehouse, lieut. 
H. B. Chase, ensign. 

4th do. T. Carter, captain. W. Seeley, lieut. Va- 
cant, ensign. 

1st Battalion Company. S. Adams, capt. No re- 
turn of lieut. and ensign. 

2d do. A. R. Newman, captain. B. B. Lockwood,. 
lieut. Vacant, ensign. 

3d do. W. Benedict, captain. G. Seymour, lieut.. 
G. Benedict, ensign. 



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4th do. Vacant, captain. I. P. Conklin, lieut. Va- 
cant, ensign. 

5th do. W. Bush, captain. J. Wilson, lieut. N. 
Mead, ensign. 

6th do. B. Little, captain. J. Ferris, lieut. G. Rich- 
ards, ensign. 

7th do. No returns. 

8th do. N. Lockwood, captain, H. Jones, lieut. — 
A. A. Weed, ensign. 

•9th do. W. Watson, capt. H. W. Fancher, lieut. 
G. G. Grundy, ensign. 



FIFTEENTH REGIMENT. 

1st and 2d Flank Companies. No returns. 

1st Battalion Company. C. Rider, captain, M. L. 
Barker, lieut. W. Yale, ensign. 

2d do. J. Buel, captain. A, Hallock, lieut. E. 
Baldwin, ensign. 

3d do. A. N. Botsford, captain. J. J. Burr, lieut. 
H. Shepard, ensign. 

4th do. S. O. Hoyt, captain. W. H. Banks, lieut. 
A. Williams, ensign. 

5th do. J. Knapp, Jr., captain. D. Wheeler, lieut. 
D. H. Peck, ensign. 

6th do. W. Bradshaw, captain. S. Hawley, lieut. 
€. Hawley, ensign. 

7th do. J. H. Potter, captain. D. Hungeiford, lieut. 
R. Fuller, ensign. 

8th do. B. Sanford, captain. H. Keeler, lieut E. 
French, ensign. 

9th do. E. Dibble, captain. CL Curtiss, lieut 3). 
X Glove, ensign. 



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TWENTY-FOURTH REGIMENT. 

1st Flank Company. G. Keeler, captain. E. Foot 
lieut. E. L. Thomas, ensign. 

2d do. M. Seeley, captain. W. Squire, lieut. M. 
Bradley, ensign. 

1st Battalion Company. J. A. Scott, captain. H' 
Keep, lieut. J. Whitlock, ensign. 

2d do. A. Betts, captain. H. B. Long, lieut. G. 
B. Wescott, ensign. 

3d do. H. Goodyear, captain. S. Bennett, lieut. — 
B. Sherwood, ensign. 

4th do. No returns. 

5th do. W. Godfrey, captain. S. E. Coley, lieut- 
W. Osborne, ensign. 

6th do. G. B. Sears, captain. M. K. Norris, lieut. 
D. Sanford, ensign. 

7th do. E. Gould, captain. J. D. Johnson, lieut.— 
A. Perry, ensign. 

8th and 9th. No returns. 



FIFTH REGIMENT, CAVALRY. 

1st Company. No returns. 

2ddo. A. E. Tweedy, captain. W. Wildman, 1st 
lieut/ J. Keeler, 2d do. J. C. Barnum, cornet. 

3d do. Disbanded. 

4th do. M. C. Piatt, captain. M. S. Piatt, 1st lieut. 
E. N. Newton, 2d do. W. J. Starr, cornet. 



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O^The copy of the First Brigade returns was re- 
ceived after the preceding was in press. 

FIRST BRIGADE. 

Chester Grannis, Brigadier General. 

Charles Mygatt, Aids-de-Camp. 

Charles Robinson, Brigade Major and Inspector. 
Charles Cowles, Brigade Quarter Master. 

FIRST REGIMENT. 

William Hay den, ColoneL 
[No returns.] 



SIXTH REGIMENT. 

Levi Coe, Colonel. 

Amos Miller, lieut. col. John Wyse, major. Phine- 
as Coe, adj. Micah S. Harrison, quartermaster. Ed- 
win F. Ackley, paymaster. James Noyes, Jr., chap- 
lain. Henry Holmes, surgeon. IsacLC W. Baldwin, 
surgeon's mate. Alpheus Camp, sergeant-major. Hor- 
ace D. Hall, quartermaster-sergeant. Anson Abby, 
drum-major. George StanlirT, fife-major. 

1st Flank Company. Ebenezer B. Pelton, captain. 
Titus Whitmore, lieut. Daniel Penfield, ensign. 

1st Rifle do. Lot D. Vansands, captain. Samuel 
Starr, lieut. William J. Gilbert, ensign. 

2d do. Jonathan Penfield, captain. James W. 
White, lieut. Chester Pelton, ensign. 

3d do. Henry D. Smith, captain. Enoch Coe, lieut. 
David B. Miller, ensign. 

4th do. Periz Sturtevant, captain. Noah Robinson, 
liieut. Elias B. Meigs, ensign. 



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1st Battalion do. William P. Southmayd, captain. — 
James H. Spencer, lieut. Barzillia D. Sage, ensign. 

2d do. William Hyde, captain. Erastus Deming, 
lieut. Wait Robbins, ensign. 

3d do. Edward Savage, captain. Vacant, lieut. — 
Timolean Bullard, ensign. 

4th do. Simon Smith, captain. CornwelL Sage, 
lieut. Joseph R. Johnson, ensign. 

5th do. William Bulkley, captain. Aaron Weldem 
lieut. Samuel Hamlin, ensign. 

6th do. Luther Coe„ captain. Daniel Hubbard* 
lieut. William W. Coe r ensign. 

7th do. Charles Shepherd, captain. Charles Gris- 
wold, lieut. Vacant, ensign. 

8th do. William A. Hart, captain. Leander Hitch- 
cock, lieut. John Camp, ensign. 



FOURTEENTH REGIMENT. 

Solomon S. Flagg, Colonel. 
Francis Hart, lieut. col. Edward Tillotson, major. 
Thomas Brace, adj. Ira Stanley, quartermaster. Jon- 
athan Cogswell, chaplain. Austin F. Williams, paymas- 
ter. George H. Mitchell, sergeant-major. Cyrus Root, 
quartermaster-sergeant. John R. Lee, surgeon. Va- 
cant, surgeon's mate. Samuel Hart, Jr., fife-major. — 
Pollard Merrill, Jr., drum-major. 

1st Company. Light Infantry. Roswell Moore, Jr., 
captain. Carlos Curtis, lieut. Eli Moore, ensign. 

2d do. Erastus Scott, captain. Sidney Woodruff,, 
lieut. Vacant, ensign. 

Rifle Company. Oliver Pettibone, captain. Earl S* 
Frisbie, lieut. Caleb S. Scovel, ensign. 



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1st Battalion Company. Elijah O. Gridley, captain. 
Giles Stillman, lieut. Jonathan Cowles, ensign. 

2d do. Seth Hooker, captain. Norris Peck, lieut. 
Oliver Moore, ensign. 

8d do. George W. Southworth, captain. Lemuel 
Wells, lieut. George Francis, ensign. 

4th do. Daniel B. Hinman, captain. Homer Bish- 
op, lieut. Vacant, ensign. 

5th do. James F. G. Andrews, captain. Vacant, 
lieut. Frederick Woodruff, ensign. 

6th do. Oliver Tillotson, captain. Elijah Porter, 
lieut. Vacant, ensign. 

7th do. Ruel Parmiter, captain. William Bull, 
lieut. Joel Bunnel, ensign. 

8th do. Myron H. Morgan, captain. Benjamin B. 
Aplin, lieut. Marvin Gager, ensign. 

SEVENTEENTH REGIMENT. 

Isaac Phelps, Esq., Colonel. 

James Cornish, lieut. col. Anson N. Humphrey, ma- 
jor. George C. Owen, adj. Alonzo Phelps, quarter- 
master. William C. Gay, paymaster. Allen McLean, 

chaplain. Joseph F. Jewit, surgeon. Wilcox, 

surgeon's mate. Horatio N. Case, sergeant-major. — 
Newton Thrall, quartermaster-sergeant. Almon Gillet, 
Fife-major. Orrin Slendat, drum-major. 

1st Flank Company. William H. Owen, captain. — 
George Lewis, lieut. Robert Denison, ensign. 

2d do. Willis Clemons, captain. Andrew B. 
Holcomb, lieut. Philo Clemons, ensign. 

1st Battalion do. Obed Higley, captain. Jeremiah 
Eno, lieut. Jay Tuller, ensign. 



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2d do. John Carrol, captain. Edward Spencer, 
lieut. William G. Cooper, ensign. 

3d do. Benoni B. Bacon, captain. Peter O. Buel, 
lieut. Aaron R. Eno, ensign. 

4th do. Lott Pinney, capt. Vacant, lieut. Vacant 
ensign. 

5th do. Luther Higley, captain. George Mills, lieut. 
Lucian Bidwell, ensign. 

6th do. Milton Owen, captain. Judah Phelps, lieut. 
Paul Harmon, Jr., ensign. 

7th do. Anson N. Holcomb, captain. Milo Hoi- 
comb, lieut. Horace Slendat, ensign. 

8th do. James M. Dibble, captain. Daniel C. Hays, 
lieut. John Jay Veife, ensigm 

9th do. No returns. 
10th do. Almon Holcomb, captain. Starr Holcomb, 
lieut. George D. Law, ensign. 



TWENTY-FIFTH REGIMENT. 

Samuel L. Pitkin, Colonel. 
Harvey Holkins, lieut. col. John B. Chapman, ma- 
jor. Joseph Ellsworth, adj. Anson K. Parsons, quar- 
termaster. Samuel H. Parsons, paymaster. S. H. 
Riddel, chaplain. Horatio Dow, surgeon. H. Wat- 
son, surgeon's mate. M. Hudson, sergeant-major. — 
Henry McKinney, quartermaster-sergeant. Septimus 
Stocking, fife-major. Chester Hills, drum-major. 



Light Infantry. George D. Woodward, captain. — 
Ralph Watson, lieut. Edward H. Watson, ensign. 

1st Rifle Company. Eli Gillett, captain. John 
Moore, lieut. Wyllis Stoughton, ensign. 

2d do. Normand Buckland, captain. Eli Fitch, 
lieut. Bela Abbot, ensign. 



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1st Battalion Company. Francis Stoughton, captain. 
Erastus Foster, lieut. Horace Grant, ensign. 

2d do. Gideon Welles, captain. Henry House, 
lieut. Horace Talcott, ensign. 

3d do. George Barber, captain. H. H. Hills, lieut. 
Thomas Ingersoll, ensign. 

4th do. Eli Pitkin, captain. Edwin Monson, lieut. 
D. B. Lyman, ensign. 

5th do. James S. Bartlett, captain. Rufus A. Bush, 
lieut. Edward Barton, ensign. 

6th do. Horace Latimer, captain. Arnold Keeney, 
lieut. Asa Peters, ensign. 

7th do. Howell T. Horton, captain. Normand Hart, 
lieut. D. H. Stevens, ensign. 

8th do. Sanford Grant, captain. F. McLean, Jr., 
lieut. Julius S. Strong, ensign. 



Cavalry, 

FIRST REGIMENT. 

Orrin Holt, Colonel. 
Oliver C. Phelps, Jr., major. Ebenezer Pinney, adj. 
Elisha Peck, quartermaster. Elisha Johnson, paymas- 
ter. Alden Skinner, surgeon. Horace C. Gillet, sur- 
geon's mate. S. S. Malary, chaplain. 

1st Company. Vacant, captain. Robert Wilcox, Jr. 
1st lieut. Zelotus A. Phelps, 2d do. Charles E. Cor- 
nish, cornet. 

2d do. Frederick W. Grant, captain. James A. 
Thompson, 1st lieut. James F. Skinner, 2d. do. Geo. 
Foster, cornet. 



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3d do. Vacant, captain. Philip Corbin, 1st lieut. — 
Chauncey Griggs, 2d do. Ethan Paul, cornet. 

4th do. Levi Bullin, captain. Loring Pinney, 1st 
lieut. Vacant, 2d do. Vacant, cornet. 

FOURTH REGIMENT. 

Elihu Plumb, Colonel. 
Chauncey Porter, Major. 

[No Returns.] 



Artillery. 



BRIGADE OF ARTILLERY. 

Consisting of the 1st, 2d, and 3d Regiments of Light 

Artillery, and the 1st 2d, and 3d Regiments of 

Horse Artillery. 

Oliver Warner, Esq., Brigadier General. 
Peter Morton, Brigade Major and Inspector. 
Gardis Spalding, Aid-de-Camp. 
Isaac N. Prior, Brigade Quarter Master. 

FIRST REGIMENT, LIGHT ARTILLERY. 

Julius Clark, Colonel. 

Samuel Wells, lieut. col. M. r S. Parker, major. — 
Marcus McCall, adj. Charles H. Strong, quartermas- 
ter. B. R. Vaughn, paymaster. . — , chaplain. 

Chester Hunt, surgeon. 



1st Company. Joshua Hamilton, captain. Vacant, 
1st lieut. James B. Lyman, 2d do. 

[No further returns.] 



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INCORPORATED CITIES. 

Hartford. 

Thomas S. Williams, Mayor. 
Aldermen. 

Nathan Johnson, I H. L.Ellsworth, 
Isaac Perkins, | Eliphalet Averill. 

Common Council men. 
William Hayden, Horace Goodwin, 2d, Jeremiah 
Brown, Oliver Woodford, Chauncey Barnard, Denison 
Morgan, James T. Pratt, Job Allyn, Henry Waterman, 
Albert Day, Robert Watkinson, Frederick Oakes, Dan- 
iel Burgess, Thomas Roberts, Truman Hanks, Eilsha 
Peck, James Goodwin, 2d. 

City Court, held on the 1st Monday in each month. 
Anuual meeting, last Monday in March. 

New-Haven. 

Dennis Kimberly, Mayor. 

Aldermen. 
Wm. W. Boardman, I Caleb Brintnall, 
Joseph N. Clarke, | David Kimberly, 

Common Council-men. 

Daniel Brown, 2d, John S. Mitchell, John Babcock, 
Smith Tuttle, Wm. Mansfield, Jr., Isaac Mix, John 
Gilbert, Leverett Griswold, Nahum Hayward, John M. 
Edwards, Silas Mix, Isaac Tuttle. 

Treasurer — John Fitch. 

Clerk — Elisha Munson. 

Attorney — Charles A. Ingersoll. 

Collector — Justin Redfield. 

Sheriffs — Justin Redfield, James C. Parker* 



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New-London. 

Elias Perkins, Mayor. 

Aldermen. 

Coddington Billings, I John A. Fulton, 

Anson Smith, | Henry Douglass. 

Common Council men. 

Daniel Starr, Wanton A. Weaver, Daniel B. Hemp- 
stead, Noyes Billings, Leonard H. Bulkeley. 

Clerk — Henry Douglass. 

Agent and Attorney — William F. Brainard. 

Sheriff's — John Danforth, Jonathan Chapel. 

City Court held on the 1st Monday in each month. — 
Annual meeting, 2d Monday in June. 



Norwich. 

James Lanman, Mayor. 

Aldermen. 
John DeWitt, I George Hill, 
John T. Adams, | Joseph Williams. 

Common Council men. 

Newcomb Kinney, David N. Bentley, Samuel Tyler, 
George Moore, Jed'h. Huntington, Asa Roath, Erastus 
Davison, Jacob Rowe, Roderick Rose, John Murray, 
William Phillips, Nathan Champlin. 

Clerk — Alexander Lathrop. 
Attorney — William H. Law. 
Treasurer — F. A. Perkins. 
Sheriffs — Frederick Prentice, John Nichols. 
City Court held on the 2d Monday in each month. — 
Annual meeting, 1st Monday in June. 



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Middletowii. 

Elijah Hubbard, Mayor. 

Aldermen. 
Samuel Cooper, I Joseph Taylor, 
Richard Hubbard, | Vacant. 
Common Council men. 
Richard Rand, Horace Clark, Stephen Taylor, Thom- 
as Greenfield, Jr., Merrils Ward, John L. Smith, Asa, 
Richardson, Lott D. Van Sands, Joseph Warner, Al- 
fred Southmayd, Isaac Warner, Richard Atkins. 

John Fisk, City Clerk and Treasurer and Clerk of 
City Court. 
Sheriff's — Harvey Tread way, Daniel Samson. 
Auditors— S. T aylor, S. D. Hubbard, G. M. Board- 
man. 

Annual meeting, 3d Monday in January. City Court 
held 2d Tuesday in each month. 

H , 3 ■■*»— WHW. 

BOROU&HS. 

' • 

Colchester. 

John Tsham, Warden, 

Burgesses. — Avery Morgan, William T. Turner, 
Samuel Kellogg, Julius S. Hammond, Alfred B. Pierce, 
Cornelius Shepard. 

Clerk— E. M. Worthington. Treas.— W. T. Turner. 

Bailiff. — John C. Bulkeley. 

Stonington. 

George Hubbard, Warden. 

Burgesses. — Samuel F. Denison, Gurdon Trumbull, 
David C. Smith, Ephraim Williams, William H. Wood- 
bridge, Giles R. Hallam. 

Clerk and Treasurer. — Francis Amy. 

Bailiff.— John D. Smith. 



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Bridgeport. 

Alanson Hamlin, Warden. 
Burgesses. — Jesse Sterling, Thomas C. Wordin, 
Silvanus Sterling, Seth B. Jones, George Kiffen, Wm, 
H. Peet. 

lEaseXi 

Ezra S. Mather, Warden. 

Burgesses. — William Williams, Amasa Haydeh, 
Samuel Ingham, Uriah Hay den, Richard Powers, Sam- 
Xiel M. Hay den. 

Clerk and Treasurer. — Joseph H. Hayden. 

Guilford. 

William Todd, Warden. 

Burgesses. — John B. Chittenden, Friend Collens, 
Miner Bradley, Abraham S. Fowler, Joel Tuttle, Samuel 
C. Johnson. 

Clerk. — Amos Seward. 

Treasurer. — Joel Canfield. 

Bailiff. — Joel Griswold, Jr. 

Killingworth* 

Austin Olcott, Warden. 

Burgesses. — John Stanton, Friend Whittlesey, Leet 
Hurd, William H. Buell, David Dibble, Jr., Eli A. El- 
liott. 

Treasurer and Bailiff. — Edward Wright. 

Newtown. 

David V. B. Baldwin, Warden. 
Burgesses. — Czar Keeler, John Judson, Henry But- 
ton, Henry Beers, Chauncey M. Hatch, Ebenezer Clark, 
Thomas Blackman. 



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Daiibury. 

Daniel B. Cooke, Warden. 
Burgesses. — Russell B. Botsford, Samuel Tweedy, 
John Rider, Jr., Curtiss Clark, John S. Blackman. 
Clerk. — Darius Starr. 
Bailijf.— Elias S. Sanford. 



Stamford. 

Charles Hawley, Warden. 
Burgesses. — John S. Winthrop, David Hoyt, John 
W. Leeds, William H. Holly, Isaac Quintard, Stephen 
B. Pr — t, James S. Davenport. 



COMMISSIONERS, 

Appointed by the Governor of Connecticut, to take the 
acknowledgement of deeds, &c, and depositions, in 
the respective States, where they reside. 



Francis Brinley, Jr., 
John R. Richmond, 
William H. Maxwell, 
Edwin Burr, 
Branford R. Wood, 
John J. Hinman, 
Benning Mann, 
George Webb, 
Gurdon Deming, 
Charles S. Henry, 
Ebenezer Jesup, 
William S. Perkins, 



John M. Sterling, 
George W. Erving, 
John Slidell, 
Henry Daggett, 
Joseph Watson, 
Edward E. Law, 



Boston, Massachusetts. 
Bristol, Rhode-Island. 

City of New- York. 

Albany, New- York. 
Utica, New- York. 

Sydney, Dela. Co. N. Y. 
Baltimore, Maryland. 
Fayettville, North Carolina. 

Savannah, Georgia. 
Huron County, Ohio. 
Painsville, Ohio. 

Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Cleaveland, Ohio. 

Vincenns, Ohio. 

New-Orleans, Louisiana, 

Mobile, Alabama. 

District of Columbia. 

Philadelphia, Penn. 



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mi ii n 'u mn.f i vf wm m ■■ gw i g i TSS J SSSSSSSSSSS SSSSSSSSSSSBSSB 

BANKS IN CONNECTICUT- 



HARTFORD BANK. 

Incorporated in 1792. 

Joseph Trumbull, Esq., President. 
Henry A. Perkins, Cashier. 

Directors. — Joseph Trumbull, Amos M. Collins, 
James R. Hosmer, Robert Watkinson, D. Watkinson, 
Charles Goodwin, Roderick Terry, Daniel P. Hopkins, 
Samuel Deming, Barzillai Hudson, M. W. Chapin, Hez- 
ekiah Huntington. On the part of the State, Francis 
Parsons. 

Alfred Terry, Attorney for the Bank. 

Discount days, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. 

Annual meeting of the Stockholders, 2d Thursday in 
June. 

Capital Stock, #1,100,000. 

PHCENIX BANK. 

Incorporated in 1814. 
Charles Sigourney, President. 
George Beach, Cashier. 
Directors. — Charles Sigourney, Blowden Stevens, 
Albert Day, Elisha Peck, Samuel Tudor, Thomas Day,. 
Charles Seymour, Henry Shepard, Haynes L. Porter, 
Normand Smith, Jr., David C. Collins. 

Walter Mitchell, Attorney for the Bank. 
Discount days, Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. 
Annual Election, 1st Thursday in September. 
Dividends semi-annually, in March and September. 

Capital Stock, $1,213,000, 



103 

Branch of the Phoenix Bank, at Litchfield. 

James Gould, President. 
Charles Spencer, Cashier. 

Directors. — James Gould, Jabez W. Huntington, 
William Buell, Origen S. Seymour, Samuel P. Bolles, 
David S. Boardman, Joseph Battell. 

Seth P. Beers, Attorney for the Bank. 
Discount days, Mondays and Thursdays. 
Notes to be lodged before 12 o'clock. 

CONNECTICUT RIVER BANKING COMPANY 

Alfred Smith, Esq., President. 
Horatio Alden, Cashier. 
Directors. — Alfred Smith, William H. Imlay, James 
H. Welles, Dudley Buck, Richard Bigelow, Eli Gilman, 
Denison Morgan, William T. Lee, Stephen Spencer. 
Francis Parsons, Attorney for the Bank. 
Discount days, Mondays and Thursdays . 

CONNECTICUT BRANCH OF THE UNITED 
STATES BANK, AT HARTFORD. 

Enoch Parsons, Esq., President. 
Joshua P. Burnham, Cashier. 

Directors. — Enoch Parsons, Stephen Bulkeley, Tho's 
K. Brace, Job Allyn, Alva Gilman, Samuel Mather r Jes- 
se Savage. 

Samuel H. Parsons, Attorney for the Bank. 

Days of discount, Mondays and Thursdays. 

Hours of business, from 9 to 12, and from 2 to 4. 

Annual election, in April. 



104 

HARTFORD SAVINGS SOCIETY. 

Ward Woodbridge, Esq., President. 

Vice-Presidents. — James H. Wells, John T. Peters^ 
Charles Sigourne y, John Russ, Isaac Perkins, David 
Watkinson, William Ely, Cyprian Nichols, Henry Hud- 
son, Samuel Tudor, James B. Hosmer, Charles Hos- 
rner. 

Trustees. — John Butler, B. Hudson, George Beach, 
Thomas K. Brace, Stephen Spencer, Daniel P. Hop- 
kins, Solomon Porter, Charles Seymour, Oliver D. 
Cooke, Jeremy Hoadley, Normand, Smith, Jr., George 
Putnam, Richard Bigelow, Henry A. Perkins, William 
T. Lee, Albert Day, J. P. Burnham, John Beach, Fran- 
cis Parsons, Charles Sheldon, John W. Bull, Haynes L. 
Porter, Joseph B. Gilbert, Jesse Savage. 

Normand Smith, Jr., Secretary. 
Reuben Ladgdon, Treasurer. 



NEW-HAVEN BANK. 

Henry Denison, Esq,, President. 
, Cashier. 

Directors. — Henry Denison, Henry Trowbridge, 
William Bristoll, Titus Street, Abraham Bradley, Hen- 
ry Huggings, William Lyon, William K. Townsend. 

Caleb Brintnell, on the part of the State. 

Discount days, Mondays and Saturdays. 
Hours of business, from 10, A. M. to 3, P. M. , 
Annual meeting, first Thursday of July. 
Capital Stock, $335,000. 



105 

MECHANICS' BANK, NEW-HAVEN. 

Charles Atwater, Esq., President. 
John Fitch, Cashier. 

Directors. — Charles Atwater, Nathaniel Bacon, Rus- 
sel Hoyt, Simeon Marble, John Babcock, 2d, James 
Hunt, Russell Hotchkiss, William J. Forbes, Dennis 
Kimberly. 

Discount days, Tuesdays and Fridays. 

Hours of business, from 10 A. M., to 3 P. M. 

Annual meeting, first Monday in July. 

NEW-HAVEN SAVINGS BANK. 

William Bristol, Esq., President. 
Obadiah Hotchkiss, Vice-President. 
S. J. Hotchkiss, Secretary. 

NEW-LONDON BANK. 

Incorporated in 1807. 

Jacob B. Gurley, Esq., President. 
Anthony Thatcher, Cashier. 

Direetors. — Jacob B. Gurley, Isaac Thompson, Tho's 
W. Williams, Noyes Barber, Ezra Chappell, Ralph 
Isham, Nathaniel S. Perkins, Noyes Billings, Jonathan 
Coit. 

Discount days, Tuesdays and Fridays. 

Hours of business, from 10 A. M., and 2 to 4 P. M. 

Annual meeting, 1st Tuesday of July. 
Capital Stock, $150,000. 

UNION BANK, NEW-LONDON. 

Incorporated in 1792. 

William P. Cleaveland, Esq., President. 
Ebenezer Learned, Cashier. 



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Directors. — William P. Cleaveland, Jonathan Starr, 
John Hallam, Robert Coit, Jonathan Starr, Jr., John O. 
Miner, William P. Cieaveland, Jr., Archibald Mercer, 
Jirah Isham, William Williams, Jr., William Sterne, 
George R. Lewis, Increase Wilson. 

William F. Brainard, Attorney for the Bank. 

Annual meeting, 1st Tuesday m June. 
Discount days, Tuesdays and Fridays. 
Hours of business, from 10 to 12, A. M. &2 to 4 P. M. 

Capital Stock, $100,000. 

NEW-LONDON SAVINGS SOCIETY. 

Ezra Chappell, Esq., President. 

Vice-Presidents. — T. W. Williams, Eben'r Learned, 

Directors. — Archibald Mercer, Robert Coit, Charles 
S. Stockman, William P. Cleaveland, William P. Cleave- 
land, Jr. 

Joseph C. Sistare, Treasurer and Secretary. 

MIDDLETOWN BANK. 

Incorporated in 1795. 

Elijah Hubbard, Esq., President. 
Henry Carrington, Cashier. 

Directors. — Nehemiah Hubbard, Elijah Hubbard, 
Samuel D. Hubbard, Daniel Rand, Richard Hubbard* 
Nathan Starr, Stephen Taylor, Joseph Hill, Walter 
Booth, Noah Bulkley. 
Henry Woodward, on the part of the State. 
Jonathan Barnes, Attorney for the Bank. 
Discount days, Tuesdays and Fridays. 
Annual meeting, 1st Thursday in January. 
Capital Stock, $400,000. 



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MIDDLESEX COUNTY BANK, 

Incorporated in 1830. 

Joseph W. Alsop, Esq., President. 
Eleazer Lacey, Cashier. 
Directors. — Joseph W- Alsop, Ebenezer Jackson, 
Jr., Noah A. Phelps, Henry L. Dekoven, Joseph Tay- 
lor, Charles Dyer, John Alsop, Smith Tweedy, Seth Se- 
ward, John Wyse, Edwin Sterns, Randolph Pease, Ash- 
bol Griswold, John Stewart. 
Stillman K. Wightman, Attorney to the Bank. 
Discount days, Mondays and Thursdays. 
Annual meeting, 1st Wednesday in July. 
Capital Stock, $200,000. 
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MIDDLETOWN SAVINGS BANK. 

Nehemiah Hubbard, President. 

Vice-Presidents. — Samuel Southmayd, Augustus 
Cook. 

Directors. — Nehemiah Hubbard, Samuel Southmayd, 
Augustus Cook, George W. Stanley, Richard Rand t 
Charles Brewer, John L. Smith. 

E. G. Southmayd, Secretary and Treasurer. 



NORWICH BANK. 

Incorporated in 1796. 

Jabez Huntington, President. 
Francis A. Perkins, Cashier. 

Directors. — Jabez Huntington, John L. BoswehV 
Benjamin Coit, J. G. W. Trumbull, Joseph Williams, 
Nat. Shipman, Joseph Huntington, George L. Perkins, 



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Jed. Huntington, James Treat, Fred. Perkins, Charles 
Taintor, John Isham. 

Joseph Williams, Attorney to the Bank. 
Annual meeting in June. 
Dividends in January and July. 

Capital Stock $150,000. 



THAMES BANK, NORWICH. 

William P. Greene, President. 
Lyman Brewer, Cashier. 

Directors. — William P. Greene, Joseph Perkins, W. 
C. Gilman, C. Goddard, A. H. Hubbard, H. M. Waite, 
Adam Larrabee, Edward Whiting, James Stedman. 

Dividends in March and September. 

Annual meeting in June. 

Capital Stock, $155,000. 



BRIDGEPORT BANK. 

Incorporated in 1806. 

Isaac Bronson, President. 
Josiah S. Hoyt, Cashier. 

Directors. — Isaac Bronson, Jessup Wakeman, Ebe- 
nezer Jesup, David P. Minott, Isaac Burroughs, Silva- 
nus Sterling, Ezra Gregory, Enoch Foote, David B. 
Nichols. 

Notes must be presented on or before Thursday. 

Discount is made on Friday. 

Hours of business from 9 to 12 A. M., and from 2 to 4 

P.M. 
Annual meeting of Stockholders, first Wednesday in 
July. 

Capital Stock, $100,000. 



CONNECTICUT BANK. 

Ezekiel Hubbell, President. 

Charles Foote, Cashier. 
Directors.— E. Hubbell, Richard Hyde, Fitch G. 
Wheeler, Reuben Tweedy, Daniel Sterling, Daniel 
Thatcher, Jeremiah Sturgess, Eli Mygatt. 

FAIRFIELD COUNTY BANK, NORWALK. 

Henry Belden, President. 
E. M. Morgan, Cashier. 
Directors. — Henry Belden, Benjamin Isaacs, Clark 
Bissell, Thaddeus Betts, Charles Hawley, Cha's Isaacs, 
William H. Jesup. 

Thaddeus Betts, Attorney for the Bank. 



BRANCH BANK, AT DANBURY. 

Samuel Tweedy, President. 

Curtiss Clark, Cashier. 
Directors. — Samuel Tweedy, Friend Starr, Elijah 
Sanford, Reuben Booth, Samuel Wildman, John F. 
King, D. V. B. Baldwin. 

STONINGTON BANK. 

William Williams, President. 
Francis Amy, Cashier. 
Directors. — William Williams, William Randall, E- 
phraim Williams, Giles R. Hallam, Gurdon Trumbull, 
William Lord, Russel Wheeler, John W. Hull, Jesse D. 
Noyes, Cyrus Williams. 

Capital Stock, $53,000. 

JEWETT CITY BANK. 

Incorporated in 1831. 

Daniel Packer, President. 

Charles Johnson, Cashier. 

Capital $50,000. 



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WINDHAM COUNTY BANK. 

Joseph Eaton, President. 
Adams White, Jr., Cashier. 

Directors. — Joseph Eaton, Vine Robinson, John 
McClellan, Andrew T. Judson, Elkanah C. Eaton, Har- 
vey Blashfield, William Putnam, Lemuel Ingalls, Ebe- 
nezer Young, James Gordon, Daniel Burgess, John 
Taintor, Asahel Hammond. 

A. T. Judson, Attorney for the Bank. 
Annual election, 2d Monday in June 

Capital Stock, $70,000. 

TOLLAND COUNTY BANK. 

Elisha Stearns, President. 
Elijah Chapman. Cashier. 

Directors. — Elisha Stearns, Elijah Smith, Erastus 
Coit, William C. Gilman, George M. Hyde, John Fitch, 
Ebenezer Clark, John Boynton, Charles I. Cooley. 

Elisha Stearns, Attorney for the Bank. 

Discount days, every Wednesday. 

Annual election, 3d Monday in October. 

Capital Stock, $45,000. 

EAST-HADDAM BANK. 

Incorporated in 1831. 

Noah Bulkley, President. 

Capital, $75,000. 

ENFIELD SAVINGS BANK. 

Joseph Parsons, President. 
Geer Terry, Treasurer. 



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I ■ """ ■■"■■—■— HBBEtgg ■■"■ ! ■? 

Marine Insurance Companies. 

Union — New-London. 
Coddington Billings, President. 
David Coit, Secretary. 

Ocean — New-Haven. 
Roger Sherman, President. 
Truman Woodward, Secretary and Treasurer. 



Fire Insurance Companies. 

Hartford. 
Nathaniel Terry, President. 
Walter Mitchell, Secretary. 
Capital Stock, $150,000. 
Annual meeting, 1st Thursday in June. 

Mtna — Hartford. 
Thomas K. Brace, President. 
James N. Goodwin, Secretary. 

Capital Stock, $200,000. 

Annual election in June. 



Fire and Marine. 

Protection — Hartford. 
William W. Ellsworth, President. 
Thomas C. Perkins, Secretary. 

Capital Stock, $150,000. 

Annual election in June. 

New-London. 
Richard Law, President. 
Thomas S. Perkins, Secretary. 
Capital Stock, $250,000. 
Annual election, in July. 



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Fire Insurance Companies. 

Norwich. 
George L. Perkins, President. 
Joseph Williams, Secretary. 
Capital Stock, $100,000. 
Annual meeting, 1st Wednesday in Jan. 
Incorporated in 1829. 

Norwich Mutual Assurance. 

Ebenezer Huntington, Treasurer. 

Joseph Williams, Secretary. 

Jacob B. Gurley, John P. Trott, Anthony Thatcher, 

Agents at New-London. 

Capital, $6,666. — Incorporated 1795. 

Windham County Mutual Insurance. 
Vine Robinson, President. 
Adams white, Jr., Secretary. 

Tolland County Mutual Insurance. 

John Fitch, President. 
Jeremiah Parish, Secretary. 
Annual election, 3d Wednesday in June. 



Connecticut River Company. 
Alfred Smith, President. 
James M. Goodwin, Secretary. 
Daniel Buck, Treasurer. 

Hartford Steam-Boat Company. 

Eliphalet Terry, President. 
Peter Morton, Secretary. 
James B. Hosmer, Treasurer. 

Connecticut River Steam-Boat Company. 
Thomas K. Brace, President. 
James L. Bunce, Secretary. 
Charles H. Northam, Treasurer. 



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Hartford Bridge Company. 
Griffin Stedman, President. 
James Kilem, Clerk. Simeon Lyman, Treasurer. 
Joseph Lathrop, E. B. Stedman, Auditors. 

Norwich Water Power Company. 
For bringing into use the waters of the Shetucket River 
for Manufactories. 
Capital Stock, $40,000. 
William P. Greene, President. 
William C. Gilman, Secretary. 
Leonard Whiting, Treasurer. 



COLLEGES AIV» ACADEMIES. 

YALE COLLEGE— NEW-HAVEN. 
[Founded 1700.] 

CORPORATION. 

Rev. Jeremiah Day, s. t. d. ll. d. 
His Exc. John S. Peters, m. d. ll. d. 
His Honor Robert Fairchild. 
Rev. Daniel Smith. 
Rev. Calvin Chapin, s. t. d. 
Rev. David Smith. 
Rev. Matthew Noyes. 
Rev. Noah Porter, s. T d. 
Rev. Daniel Dow. 
Rev. Aaron Dutton. 
Rev. Abel McEwen. 
Rev. Diodate Brockway 
Hon. John Alsop. 
Hon. Roger Huntington. 
Hon. John D. Reynolds. 
Hon. Peyton R. Gilbert. 
Thaddeus Betts. 
Rev. Luther Hart. 
Hon. Noyes Darling. 
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Treasurer. — Hon. James Hillhouse, ll. d. 
Steward. — Stephen Twining. 

0^/°The catalogue of this institution presents the fol- 
lowing summary : 

Theological students, 42. Law students, 44. Medi- 
cal students, 48. Resident graduates, 4. Seniors, 53. 
Juniors, 102. Sophomores, 86. Freshmen, 90. Under- 
graduates, 331. Total, 469. 



FACULTY. 

Rev. Jeremiah Day, s. t. d. ll. d., President. 
Samuel J. Hitchcock, Professor of Law. 
Timothy P. Beers, m. d., Professor of Surgery and 
Obstetrics. 

Benjamin Stillman, m. d. ll. d., Professor of Chemis- 
try, Pharmacy, Mineralogy, and Geology. 

James L. Kingsley, a. m., Professor of the Hebrew 
and Latin Languages. 

Eli Ives, m. d., Professor of the Theory and Practice 
of Physic. 

Charles U. Shepard, m. d., Professor of Materia Med- 
ica and Botany. 

Rev. Nathaniel W. Taylor, s. t. d., Dwight Profes- 
sor of Didactic Theology. 

Jonathan Knight, m. d., Professor of Anatomy and 
Physiology. 

Josiah W. Gibbs, a. m. Professor of Sacred Literature. 
Rev. Eleazer T. Fitch, s. t. d., Professor of Divinity. 
Rev. Chauncey A. Goodrich, a. m., Professor of Rhet- 
oric and Oratory. 

Denison Olmsted, a. m., Professor of Mathematics 
and Natural Philosophy. 

Theodore Dwight Woolsey, a. m., Professor of Greek, 
Erasmus T. North, a. b., Teacher in Elocution, 



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Julius Meier, Tnstructerin German and French. 

Robert Bake well, Teacher of Drawing & Perspective. 

Henry Durant, a. m., Robert McEwen, a. m., William 

Carter, a. m., Edwin Stevens, a. m., Henry N. Day, a. 

m., Flavel Bascom, a. m., Alfred Newton, a. m. Tutors. 

•Charles A. Coulcomb, lnstructer in French. 

Oliver P Hubbard, a. b., Assistant to the Professor 
of Chemistry. 

Commencement — 2d Wednesday of August. 

Vacations — From Commencement, six weeks — from 
the 2d Wednesday of January, two weeks — and from 
the 1st Wednesday in May, four weeks. 



WASHINGTON COLLEGE— AT HARTFORD. 

FACULTY. 

Rev. Nathaniel S. Wheaton, President. 

Rev. Horatio Potter, a. m., Professor of Mathematics 
and Natural Philosophy. 

I. Smith Rogers, m. d., Professor of Chemistry. 

William M. Holland, a. m., Prof, of Anc. Languages. 

George Sumner, m. d., Professor of Botany. 

Hon. William W. Ellsworth, Professor of Law. 

Rev. Samuel F. Jarvis, d. d., Professor of Oriental 
Languages and Literature. 

Gregory Perdicari, a. m., lnstructer in Greek Lan- 
guages. 

Samuel S. Lewis, a. b. Tutor. 

Joseph De Norris, lnstructer of French, Spanish, and 
Italian Languages. 

Augustus F. Lyde, a. b., Librarian. 

Annual Commencement, 1st Tuesday of August. 

Trustees. — Rt. Rev. Thomas C. Brownell, Rev. Har- 
ry Croswell, Rev. Nathaniel S. Wheaton, Charles Sig*- 
ourney, Richard Adams, Ebenezer Young, Jonathan 
Starr, Jr., Nathan Smith, Hon. John T. Peters, His Exc. 
John S. Peters, Samuel Tudor, William H. Imlay, Mar- 



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tin Welles, Rev. Daniel Burhans, Bethel Judd, d. d, 
Isaac Toucey, S. H. Huntington, Rev. William Jarvis, 
Seth P. Beers, Ward Woodbridge, Rev. Gustavus Da- 
vis. 



WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY— MIDDLETOWN. 

[Incorporated in 1831.] 

CORPORATION — TRUSTEES. 

Rev. Wilbur Fisk, s. t. d., Rev. Laban Clark, a. m., 
Rev. Thomas Burch, Rev. Heman Bangs, Rev. Joseph 
A. Merrill, Rev. Abraham Avery, Rev. John W. Hardy, 
Hon. Isaac Kellogg, Aaron Sanford, Jr., James L. 
Phelps, m. d., John L. Smith, Hon. Isaiah Fisk, VV m . 
R. Shatter, Abel Bliss, George VV. Stanley, Elijah Hub- 
bard, Henry L. Dekoven, Jonathan Barnes, Hon. Wm. 
L. Storrs, Samuel D. Hubbard, Isaac Webb. 

Visiters. — Rev. Nathan Bangs, n. d., Rev. John 
Emory, d. d., Rev, Samuel Luckey, d. d., Rev. Samuel 
Merwin, Rev. Henry Chase, Rev. John M. Smith, a. m., 
Rev. James Youngs, a. m., Rev. Daniel Ostrander, 
Rev. Daniel Burrows, Rev. Timothy Merrit, Rev. Benj. 
R. Hoyt, Rev. Charles D. Cahoon, Rev. Peter P. San- 
ford, Rev. Robert Seney, a. m. Rev. Enoch Mudge, Rev. 
John Lindsey, Rev. George Pickering, Hon. R. Hus- 
bert, Rev. J. F. Adams, Rev. John G. Dow, Rev. Geo. 
Storrs. 

FACULTY. 

Rev. Wilber Fisk,. s. t. d., President. 

Rev. John P. Durbin, a. m., Professor of Natural Sci- 
ence. 

Augustus W. Smith, a. m., Professor of Mathematics, 

Rev. John M. Smith, a. m., Professor of Ancient Lan- 
guages. 

Rev. Jacob Frederick Huber, Professor of Modern 
Languages. 



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Commencement — Second Wednesday in August. 
Winter Vacation — Seven weeks, commencing on 
the Wednesday next preceding Christmas. 

Summer Vacation — Five weeks, next preceding 
Commencement. 

PHI BETA KAPPA 

Hon. Roger M. Sherman, President. 
Prof. Jonathan Knight, Vice-President. 
Aaron N. Skinner, Cor. Secretary. 
Charles Hooker, m. d., Treasurer. 

CONNECTICUT ACADEMY. 

Jeremiah Day, ll. d. s. t. d., President. 
Stephen Twining, Treasurer. 
Prof. E. A. Andrews, Secretary. 



BACON ACADEMY — AT COLCHESTER. 

' Incorporated in 1802— Fund, $ 35,000. 

Charles P. Otis, a. m., Preceptor. 

Samuel H. Fox, Dillon Williams, Assistants. 

Vacations — From the first Thursday in September, 

three weeks. From the first Wednesday in January, 

two weeks. From the first Wednesday in May, two 

weeks. 



PLAINFIELD ACADEMY AT PLAINFIELD. 

Edward P. Humfree, a. m., Principal. 

James M. Humfree, a. b. Assistant and teacher of the 
French language. 

Anniversary — Last Wednesday in August. 

Vacations — From the last Wednesday in August, 
three weeks. From the first Wednesday in January, 
two weeks. From the first Wednesday in May, two 
weeks. 



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HARTFORD FEMALE SEMINARY. 

Thomas Day, President. 
James H. v\ ells, Treasurer. 
Charles Sheldon* Secretary. 
Miss Catharine E. Beecher, Miss Lucy Ann Read* 
Principals. 

HARTFORD GRAMMAR SCHOOL. 

Instructers. — Anthony D. Stanley, Isaac Stewart,, 
Smith. 

NORWICH FEMALE ACADEMY. 

Incorporated in 1828. 
G. L. Perkins, Treasurer. 
Joseph Williams, Secretary. 
E. H. Mansfield and C. F. Lester, Auditors. 
Miss Jane Ingersoll, Principal. 
Miss Brace, Assistant. 
Miss Wood, Instructress in Music. 
Miss A. T. Lanman, do. in Painting. 
Ralph Farnsworth, m. d., Lecturer in Chemistry. 
Worthington Hooker, m. d. do. in Nat. Theology. 

NEW-HAVEN SCHOOL SOCIETY. 

Justin Redfield, Clerk. 
Sidney Hull, Treasuierer. 
Committee. — Samuel Wads worth, George Bradley, 
Daniel Brown, 2d. 

EPISCOPAL ACADEMY AT CHESHIRE. 

Rev. Christian F. Cruse, Preceptor. 
Mrs. Cruse, Instructress to the female department. 
Anniversary — First Wednesday of September. 
Vacations — Four weeks from first Monday in May- 
four weeks trom first Monday in September. 



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NEW-HAVEN YOUNG LADIES INSTITUTE. 

Principals — Prof. Ethan A. Andrews, and Mrs. Lucy 
0. Andrews. 

Prof. E. A. Andrews, in Latin and Greek Languages, 
Mental Philosophy and Sacred Literature. 

Prof. William Tully, in Botany. 

Isaac G. Porter, a. m., in History and Chronology. 

Erasmus D. North, in Reading and Elocution. 

, Mathematics and Natural Philosophy. 

Ray Palmer, a. b., Rhetoric, Moral Philosophy and 
Geography. 

Charles A. Coulomb, a. m., in French Language. 

Joaquin Rovira, in Spanish Language. 

George W. Winchester, in Penmanship. 

Robert Bake well, Jr., in Drawing and Painting. 

Thomas P. Staughton, Instrumental and Vocal Music. 



CONN. BRANCH OF THE AMERICAN ED. SOCIETY. 

Thomas Day, President. Joseph Battell, V. President. 
Wm. W. Turner, Secretary. Eliph. Terry, Treas. 

ELLINGTON SCHOOL. 

Incorporated in 1829. 
John Hall, Principal and instructer in Elocution. Lu- 
ther Wright, in Greek. Zebulon Crocker, in Latin. — 
Lewis Foster, in Mathematics. Edward Hall, in Eng- 
lish Branches. Stedman W* Hanks, in Penmanship. 
Dan Russell, Steward. 

LEE'S ACADEMY AT MADISON. 

Incorporated in 1825. 
Oliver Baker, Instructer. 

GOSHEN ACADEMY — AT GOSHEN. 

John Norton, Instructer. 



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TOLLAND ACADEMY. 

Incorporated in 1829. 

Rev. Wm. Ely, President. Jeremiah Parish, Secretary. 

Samuel W. Clark, a. b., Instructer. 



AMERICAN ASYLUM, 

For the Education and Instruction of Deaf and Dumb 

Persons. 

Nathaniel Terry, President. 

Vice Presidents by Election. — Joseph Battel!, Ward 
Woodbridge, Henry Hudson, Thomas Day, Samuel Tu- 
dor, Wm. Ely, Stephen Whitney, David Watkinson. 

Directors by Election. — James Ward, Wm. Watson, 
Charles Seymour, John Butler, James B. Hosmer, Bar- 
zillai Hudson, Seth Terry, Thomas S. Williams, John 
Beach, Charles Goodwin. 

[Besides these, there are eight Vice-Presidents for life, 
by subscriptions of $200 and upwards, and twenty-seven 
Directors for life, by subscription of $100 and upwards.] 

Daniel P. Hopkins, Secretary. James Welles, Treas- 
urer. Wm. Ely, Commissioner of the Fund. 

Instructer — Lewis Weld, Principal. 

Assistants — Laurent Clerk, Rev. Wm. W. Turner, 
a. m., Rev. Horatio N. Brinsmade, a. m., David E. Bart- 
lett, a. b., F. A. P. Barnard, a. b., Wilson Whiton, Geo. 
H. Loring, Fisher A. Spofford. 
Wm. W. Turner, Steward. Lydia H. Peaslee, Matron. 

Vacations begin on the last Wednesdays in April and 
September, and continue, each, four weeks. 



RETREAT FOR THE INSANE. 

Hon. Gideon Tomlinson, President. Rt. Rev. Tho's 
C. Brownell, Vice-President. Charles Sheldon, Sec. 
James Ward, Treas. Robert Watkinson, Auditor. 

Phineas Talcott, Steward. Mrs, Talcott, Matron. 

Visiters. — Sam'l B. Woodward, Geo. Sumner, John 
L. Comstock, Edw. P. Terry, Horatio Gridley, Charles 
Woodward, 



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GENERAL HOSPITAL SOCIETY. 

William Leffingwell, President. His Exc. John S. 
Peters, Vice-President. Dr. John Skinner, Treasurer. 
Dr. Nathan B. Ives, Secretary. 

Nathan Peck, Timothy P. Beers, Dr. V. M. Dow, 
Prudential Committee. 

CONNECTICUT COLONIZATION SOCIETY. 

His Exc. John S. Peters, President. 
Hon. John T. Peters, Hartford ; Prof. B. Silliman, 
Yale-College ; Vice-Presidents. 
Rev. T. H. Gallaudet, Secretary. Seth Terry, Treas. 

CONNECTICUT BIBLE SOCIETY. 
Rev. Samuel Nott, d. d., President. 

Vice-Presidents. — Rev. Calvin Chapin, d. d., John 
Hall, Rev. Joel Hawes, Benjamin Tallmadge. 

Henry Hudson, Sec. James R. Woodbridge, Treas. 

Directing Committee. — Samuel Pitkin, Rev. Henry 
A. Rowland, Rev. Joab Brace, Charles Hosmer, Rev. 
Joel H. Linsley, Rev. Caleb J. Tenney, Rev. Shubael 
Bartlett, Eliphalet Terry, Rev. David Smith, Rev. Hor- 
ace Hooker, Joseph Trumbull, Rev. Samuel Spring, Oli- 
ver D. Cooke, Normand Smith, Jr., Daniel P. Hopkins, 
Rev. John Bartlett, Rev. G. A. Calhoun. 

HARTFORD CY. AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. 

Charles A. Goodrich, President. Daniel St. John* 
1st Vice-President. Jlorace Cowles, 2d do. Austin 
Kilbourn, Recording Secretary. Daniel P. Hopkins, 
Corresponding, do. George Putnam, Treasurer. Hen- 
ry C. Porter, Auditor. Charles Robinson, Chairman 
Viewing Committee. David W. Grant, Chairman 
Com. of Inspection. Daniel St. John, Chairman Com. 
on Ploughing. Nathan Johnson, Chairman Com. on 
Domestic Manufactures. Harvey Seymour, Seedsman. 



122 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

HARTFORD COUNTY. 

Hartford. — Joel Hawes, d. d., Joel Lindsley, Sam- 
uel Spring, Nathan Perkins, d. d., C. Rt. Rev. T. C. 
Brownell, d. d. ll. d., Nathaniel S. Wheaton, Hugh 
Smith, Horatio Potter, Samuel F. Jarvis, E. Gustavus 
F. Davis, B. Vacant, M. Horatio Foot, Free Church. 
Vacant, U. James Fitton, R. C. Vacant, African. 

Berlin, Ambrose Edson, Royal Robbins, — Cogswell,C. 

Bristol, Henry Stamwood, B. 

Burlington, Erastus Scranton, C. Quarlus Stewart, M. 

Canton, JariusBurt, C. George Phipins, B. 

East-Hartford, Asa Mead, C. Joel W. McKee, M. 

East- Windsor, George Goodyear, Shubael Bartlett, 
Henry Morris, C. Gurdon Robbins, B. 

Enfield, Francis L. Robbins, C. Nathaniel Chapin, 
U. Jeremiah F. Bridges, B. Joshua Bennet, Shaker. 

Farmington, Noah Porter, d. d., C. 

Glastenbury, Samuel H. Reddell, C. Samuel Fuller, 
Jr.,E. JohnE. Risley, M. 

Granby, Isaac Porter, C. Asa Cornwell, E. 

Hartland, Ammi Linsley, Nathaniel Gaylord, AdoU 
phus Terry, C. Asa Bushnell, M. 

Marlborough, Chauncey Lee, d. d., C. Alpheus 
Geer, E. 

Manchester, Enoch Burt, Bennet F. Northrop, C. — 
John E. Risley, Ephraim Scott, M. 

Simsbury, Allen McLean, C. Ransom Warner, E. 

Southington, David L. Ogden, C. Irenus Atkins, B. 

Suffield, Ebenezer Gay, Henry Robinson, C. Jona- 
than Wilson, Amos Lefavre, B. 

Wethersfield, Calvin Chapin, d. d., Caleb J. Tenney, 
i>. d., Joab Brace, C. L. Andrews, M. 

Windsor, Henry A. Rowland, C. 



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NEW-HAVEN COUNTY. 

New-Haven — Leonard Bacon, Samuel Merwin, 
Charles A. Boardman, Eleazer T. Fitch, d. d,, C, Har- 
ry CrosweU, John S. Stone, E. Elisha Cushman, B. — 
Noah Leavings, M. Simeon S. Jocelyn, African. 

Branford, Timothy Phelps Gillett, C. Edward J. Ives, 
E. Dayton, M. 

Cheshire, Joseph Whiting, C. Christian F. Cruse, E. 

Derby, Zephaniah Swift, Charles Thompson, C. — 
Stephen Jewitt, E. Heman Bangs, Daniel Smith, M. 

East-Haven, Stephen Dodd, C. E. J. Ives, E. 

Guilford, Aaron Dutton, Zolva Whitmore, C. David 
Baldwin, E. Alvah B. Goldsmith, B. 

Hamden, Gurdon S. Coit, Miles Pierpont, E. Horace 
Doolittle, B. Smith Dayton, M. 

Madison, Samuel N. Shepard, C. Samuel West, B. 

Meriden, C. J. Hinsdale, C. James Keeler, E. Rus- 
sell Jennings, B.Lucius Baldwin, M. 

Middlebury, Jason Atwater, C. Daniel Wooster, M. 

Milford, Bazaleel Pinneo, Asa M. Train, C. Gurdon 
S. Coit, E. James H. Linsley, B. 

North Branford, Matthew Noyes, Judson A. Root, C. 
Ives, E. Smith Dayton, M. 

North-Haven, Stephen W. Stebbins, Horatio A. Par- 
sons, C. 

Orange, Stephen W. Stebbins, C. 

Oxford, Abraham Browne, C. Ashbel Baldwin, E.— - 
Nathan D. Benedict, B. 

Prospect, John E. Bray, C. 

Southbury, Vacant, C. Stephen B. Bray, B. New- 
ton Tuttle, M. 

Wallingford. James Noyes, C. Reuben Ives, E. — 
Simon Shaler, B. Ransom Johnson, M. 

Waterbury, Joel R. Arnold, C. Wm. Barlow, E. — 
Timothy Porter, Samuel Potter, B. 

Woodbridge, Prince Hawes, C. Wm. A. Curtiss, K 
Samuel Potter, B. 

Wolcott, Nathan^Shaw, C. 



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NEW-LONDON COUNTY. 

New-London — Abel McEwen, C. Bethel Judd, E. 
Daniel Wildman, B. 

Norwich, Joseph Strong, d. d., Cornelius B. Everest, 
Charles Hyde, C. Seth B. Paddock, E. William 
Palmer, B. David N. Bentley, Peter Sabin, M, 

Bozrah, Jared Andrus, C. 

Colchester, Lyman Strong, C. 

Franklin, Samuel Nott,C. Comfort D. Fillimore, Amf 
aziahFillimore, M. 

Griswold, Seth Bliss, SpafTord D. Jewett, C. Levi 
Kneeland, B. 

Groton, Timothy Tuttle, C. John G. Wightman, 
Roswell Burrows, Erastus Denison, B. Ralph Hurl- 
butt, M. 

Lebanon, Edward Bull, Daniel Waldo, Erastus Rip- 
ley, C. Eseck Brown, B. 

Lisbon, Levi Nelson, Barnabas Phinney, C. Amos 
Reed, B. 

Lyme, Chester Coulton, Josiah Hawes, Harman L. 
Vail, C. Nathan Wildman, B. Elijah Willard, M. 

Montville, Abisha Alden, Rodolphus Landfear, C. — 
Oliver Wilson, Reuben Palmer, B. Asahel L. Otis, M. 

North Stonington, Joseph Ayer, Jr., C. Jonathan 
Miner, Asher Miner, B. 

Preston, Augustus B. Collins, C. Alfred Gates, B. 

Salem, Eli Hyde, C. A. Steel, E. Asa Wilson, B. 
Joseph Morgan, John Whittlesey, M. 

Stonington, Joseph Whittlesey, C. Asa Bronson, El- 
ihu Chesebrough, B. 

Waterford, Francis Darrow, Lester T\ Rogers, C. 

FAIRFIELD COUNTY. 

Fairfield — John H. Hunter, Thomas F. Davis, C. 
Charles Smith, E. 

Danbury, Anson Rood, Cole, C. Levi Osborn y 

Sander manian. Thomas Larcomb, Nathan Buckley, 
John Mitchell, B. I. Youngs, Rory Starr, John Nicker- 
eon, L. Bronson, M. G. W. Brooks, U. L. B. Hull, E. 



Bridgeport, N. Hewitt, J. Blatchford, C. H. R. Ju- 
dah, E. H. Bartlett, M. 

Brookfield, Abner Brundage, C. Joseph S. Covill, E. 

Darien, Ebenezer Piatt, C. 

Greenwich, Joel Mann, Piatt Buffett, Chauncey Wil- 
cox, Isaac Lewis, C. 

Huntington, Thomas Punderson, C. Isaac Jones, E. 

Monroe, Daniel Jones, C. Rodney Rossiter, E. 

New-Canaan, Theophilus Smith, C. Aaron W. 
Whitney, E. Daniel S. Wright, M. 

New-Fairfield, Uriah Mead, M. 

Newtown, Vacant, C. Samuel C. Stratton, E. Na- 
than D. Benedict, B. John Lovejoy, M. 

Norwalk, Henry Benedict, C. Jackson Kemper, d. d. 
E. Absalom Day, M. 

Reading, Jonathan Bartlett, Wm. L. Strong, C. Lem- 
uel B. Hull, E. Hawley Sanford, M. 

Nathan Burton, Charles G. Selleck, C. Charles J. 
Todd, E. 

Stamford, Daniel Smith, C. A. S. Todd, E. John 
Ellis, B. Henry Hatfield, M. 

Stratford, Vacant, C. George C. Shepard, E. Stephen 
Curtis, B. Charles Sherman, M. 

Trumbull, James Kant, C. Rodney Rossiter, E. 

Weston, Nathaniel Freeman, John Noyes, C. 

Wilton, Vacant, C. Charles I. Todd, E. Aaron W. 
Whitney, B. 

COUNTY OF WINDHAM. 

Brooklyn — George Tillotson, C. Ezra B. Kellogg, 
E. Thomas Huntington, B. Samuel I. May, Unita. 

Ashford, Philo Judson, Reuben Torrey, C. Ezekiel 
Skinner, Bennett, B. Paine, M. 

Canterbury, Dennis Piatt, C. George S. White, E. 
Levi Kneeland, B. 

Chaplin, Lent S. Hough, C. Elias Sharp, B. Warren 
Clark, M. Dexter Bullard, Christian. 



126 

Hampton, Daniel G. Sprague, C. Christian Jamei 
Burnam, xAlfred Burnam, B. 

Killingly, Elisha Atkins, RosweirWhitmore, Israe 
Day, C. Albert Cole, B. 

Plainficld, Vacant, C. Nathaniel Cole, B. 

Pomfret, Amzi Benedict, Charles Fitch, C. Ezra B 
Kellogg, E. Amos Babcock, B. 

Sterling, Otis Lane, C. 

Thompson, Daniel Dow, C. James Grow, B. R 
Gould, W. Livesey, M. 

Voluntown, Otis Lane, C. Nathan Sheffield, B. 

Windham, Richard F. Cleaveland, Jesse Fisher, 

Ralph S. Crampton, C. Gregory, B. Roger Bing- 

ham, Christian. 

Woodstock, Wm. M. Cornell, Alvin Underwood, 
Foster Thayer, C. George B. At well, John Sanger, B. 
Onesiphorus Robins, M. 

COUNTY OF LITCHFIELD. 

Litchfield — Laurens P. Hickok, Neron D. Taylor, 
Joseph E. Camp, C. William Lucas, E. 

Barkhampstead, Vacant, C. Dan. M. Hitchcock, M. 

Bethlem, Paul Couch, C. 

Canaan, Charles Prentice, Pitkin Cowles, C. 

Colebrook, Azariah Clarke, C. 

Cornwall, Wm. Andrews, Walter Smith, C. Silas 
Ambler, B. 

Goshen, Grant Powers, George Carrington, C. Lu- 
ther Mead, M. 

Harwinton, George E. Pierce, C. 

Kent, Vacant, C. George B. Andrews, E. 

New-Hartford, Cyrus Yale, Burr Baldwin, C. 

New-Milford, Enoch Huntington, E. ElcazerBea- 
<cher, B. 

Plymouth, Luther Hart, C. Norman Pinney, E. 

Roxbury, Fosdick Harrison, C. Daniel Burhans, 
E. David Baldwin, B. Lovejoy, M. 



127 

Salisbury, Leonard E. Lathrop, C. Stephen Beach, 
E. Amos Pierce, M. 

Sharon, David L. Perry, Frederick Gridley, C. Geo. 
JB. Andrews, E. 

Torrington, Wm. R. Gould, Epaphras Goodman, C. 

Warren, Hart Talcott, C. t harles Everett, M. 

Washington, Gordon Hayes, C, 

Watertown, Darius A. Griswold, C. Fred. Hoi- 
comb, E. 

Winchester, Fred. Marsh, James Beach, C. 

Woodbury, Samuel R. Andrew, Grove L. Brownell, C. 

COUNTY OF MIDDLESEX. 

Middletown, John R. C rane, Joshua L. Williams, 
James Noyes, Jr., Stephen Topliff, Edward R. Tyler, C. 
Smith Pyne, E. John Cookson, Fred. Wightman, B, 
Wilbur Fisk, d. d., Fitch Reed, Laban Clark, John P. 
Durbin, Jacob F. Huber, John M. Smith, Daniel Bur- 
rows, M. Charles Remington, Free Will B. 

Chatham, Hervey Talcott, C. Bentley, Timo. Stone, 
C. Wm. Jarvis, Alpheus Geer, E. 

Durham, David Smith. C. 

East-Haddam, Isaac Parsons, Nathaniel Miner, C. 

Haddam, Isaac Parsons, Joseph Vail, Minor, C. 

Peter G. Clark, E. Alvin Ackley, B. 

Killingworth, Luke Wood, Asa King, C. Jonathan 
P. Simmons, B. Nathaniel Kellogg, M. 

Saybrook, F. W. Hotchkiss, Aaron Hovey, Wm. 
Case, Sylvester Selden, C. Ashbel Steel, E. P. 
Brockett, O. Spencer, Samuel West, B. Raphael Gil- 
lett, Wm. Bushnell, M. 

COUNTY OF TOLLAND. 

Tolland — Abraham Marsh, C. Haskell Ramsdell, 
M. 

Bolton, James Ely, C. 

Columbia, David Dickinson, C. 

Coventry, Chauncey Booth, George A. Calhoun, Al- 
pha Miller, C. Isaac Dwinnel, B. 



128 

Ellington, Diodate Brockway, Laveus Hyde, C. Eli- 
sha Frink, M. 

Hebron, Hiram P. Arms, Charles C. Nicholls,~C. Al- 
pheus Geer, E. Chester Tilden, B. Peter Griffin, M. 

Mansfield, Anson S. Atwood, Wm. Ely, C. John H, 
Hunt, B. Edmund Beebe, M. 

Somers, Rodney G. Dennis, C. I. W. Case, M. 

Stafford, M. B. Church, Stephen Ellis, C. J. P. Ful- 
ler, U. Leonard Gagfe, B. Hezekiah Davis, M. 

Union, Nehemiah B. Beardsley, C. Stephen Fair- 
bank, M. 

Vernon, David L. Hunn, C. 

Willington, Francis Wood, C. Samuel S. Mallery, B. 

BISHOPS, 

Of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the U. States. 
Rt. Reverends, William White^D. d., of Penn. Hen- 
ry U. Onderdonk, assist. Bishop, do. Benj. T. Onder- 
donk, d. d., of New- York. Alexander V. Griswold, d. 
d., of the E. Dioc. Richard C. Moore, d. d., of Virg.— 
Wm. Meade, d. d., assist. Bishop, Va. John Croes, d. 
d., of New-Jersey. Nathaniel Bowen, d. d., of S. C. — 
Philander Chase, d. d., of Ohio. T. C. Brownell, d. d. 
ll. d., of Conn. Levi S. Ives, d. d., N. Carolina. Wm. 
M. Stone, d. d., of Maryland. Benj. B. Smith, d. d., 
of Kentucky. 

BISHOPS, 

Of the Methodist Episcopal Church in the United States. 
Right Reverends, Enoch George, Robert R. Roberts, 
Joshua Soule, Elijah Hedding. 

BISHOPS, 

Of the Roman Catholic Church, in the United States. 

Right Reverends, James Whitfield, Arch Bishop of 
Baltimore. Benedict Fenwick, Boston, Mass. John 
Dubois, New- York. John England, Charleston, S. C. 
Hemy Conwell, Phil. Penn. B. F. Flaget, Bardstown, 
Virg. Edward Fenwick, Cincinnati, Ohio. 



129 

SOCIETIES, <fcc. 



MISSIONARY SOCIETY OF CONNECTICUT. 
Trustees. — Hon- Jonathan Brace, John Caldwell, 
Samuel Pitkin, John Hall, Seth Terry, Thomas C. Per- 
kins, Esquires ; and Rev. Messrs. Nathan Perkins, d. d. 
Samuel Goodrich, Henry A. Rowland, Noah Porter, d. d. 
Joel Hawes, d. d., and Caleb J. Tenney, d. d. 
Andrew Kingsbury, Treas. Rev. Horace Hooker, Aud'r. 



HARTFORD AUXILIARY ED. SOCIETY. 

Oliver D. Cooke, President. Rev. Ansel Nash, Sec. 
Eliphalet Terry, Treas. Barzillai Hudson, Auditor. 

MIDDLESEX AUXILIARY ED. SOCIETY. 

Clark Nott, President. Rev. Mr. Bentley, Secretary. 
Sam'l Southmayd, Treas. Wm. Woodward, Auditor. 

TEMPERANCE SOCIETIES. 
There are 105 Temperance Societies in Connec- 
ticut, having an aggregate of 21,150 members. 



NEW-HAVEN CITY BANK. 

Samuel St. John, President. 

Amos Townsend, Jr., Treasurer. 
Directors. — Samuel St. John, Nathan Smith, Henry 
W. Edwards, John H. Coley, Hervey Sanford, Theron 
Towner, William Mix, Horace R. Hotchkiss, Seth 
Thomas. 



UNITED STATES DEBT. 

Jan. 2, 1832, Funded - - - $24,282,879 21 
» " " Unfunded, - - - 39,355 91 



Total - - - $24,322,235 12 



130 



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SCHEDULE 

Of the number of Children in this State, between 4 and 
16 years of age, in each School Society, according to 
the enumeration made in the month of August, A. D. 
1831, and the semi-annual dividend of School Money 
made to such Societies on the 1st day of October, 1831. 

HARTFORD COUNTY. 



Societies. 



No. children 
between 4 & 
16yrs.ofage 



Hartford, 

W. Hartford 

Avon, 

Berlin, 

New-Britain 

Worthington 

Bristol, 

Burlington 

Canton, 

East-Hartford; 

East- Windsor 

do. 2d 
Wapping 
Enfield 
Farmington 
Glastenbury 
Eastbury 
Granby 

do. 2d 
Hartland 

do. 2d 
Manchester 
Marlborough 
Simsbury 



2,113 
318 
288 
185 
364 
334 
425 
392 
417 
698' 
237 
575 
199 
591 
556 
664 
323 
574 
296 
240 
204 
495 
170 
566 



Dividend, 



Dollars. 



739 
111 
100 

64 
127 
116 
148 
137 
145 
244 

82 
201 

69 
206 
194 
232 
113 
^00 
103 

84 

71 

173 

61 

198 



Cents. |£^ 



55 
30 

80 
75 
40 
90 
75 
20 
95 
30 
95 
25 
65 
85 
60 
40 
05 
90 
60 

40 
25 
60 
10 



2 1-2 



3 
21-2 

2 
3 
4 

31-2 



3 

3 
21-2 

51-2 



131 



Southington 


551 


, 192 


, 85 


21-2 


Suffield 


470 


164 


50 


4 


do. 2d 


237 


82 


95 




Wethersfield 


599 


209 


65 


21-2 


Newington 


177 


61 


95 




Stepney 


276 


96 


60 




Windsor 


353 


123 


55 8 


do. 2d 


191 


66 


85 I 


Wintonbury 


383 


134 


05 | 






14,467 


5,063 


j 

45 


NEW-HAVEN COUNTY. 


New-Haven 


2682 


938 


70 I 


West-Haven 


198 


69 


30 


Bran ford 


350 


122 


50 2 1-2 


N. Branford 


137 


47 


95 i 


Northford 


165 


57 


75 J 


Cheshire 


502 


175 


70 '3 


Derby 


444 


155 


40 8 


do. 2d 


154 


53 


90 I 


East-Haven 


382 


133 


70 5 1-2 


Guilford 


536 


187 


60 2 


do. 2d 


131 


45 


85 j 


Hamden 


214 


74 


90 I 


East Plains 


260 


91 


j 


Madison 


341 


119 


35 3 1-2 


do. 2d 


143 


50 


05 ! * 


Meriden 


415 


145 


25 4 


Middlebury 


231 


80 


85 5 


Milford 


670 


234 


50 | 


Orange 


216 


75 


60 


North-Haven 


370 


129 


50 | 


Oxford 


508 


177 


80 4 


Prospect 


205 


71 


75 3 


Southbury 


209 


73 


15 1 


£L Britain 


216 


75 1 


w 1 







132 






Wallingford 


617 


215 


95 | 


31-2 


Waterbury 


535 


187 


25 


6 


Salem 


367 


128 


45 




Woodbridge 


261 


91 


35 


2 


Bethany 


241 


84 


35 




Wolcott 


219 


76 


65 






11,919 


4,171 


65 


NEW-LOI 


. 


New-London | 


1952 . 


683 | 


20 




Bozrah 


298 


104 


30 


3 


Colchester 


455 


159 


25 


2 


West Chester 


163 


57 


05 




Franklin 


176 


61 


60 




do. 2d 


136 


47 


60 




Griswold 


711 


248 


75 


3 


Groton 


726 


254 


10 


4 


do. 2d 


627 


219 


45 




Lebanon 


227 


79 


45 


3 


Goshen 


210 


73 


50 




Exeter 


118 


41 


30 




North 


160 


56 






Lisbon 


197 


68 


95 


4 


Hanover 


167 








Lyme 


389 


136 


15 


10 


do. 2d 


300 


105 






do. 3d 


388 


135 


80 




Montville 


407 


142 


45 


4 


Chesterfield 


398 


139 


30 




N. Stonington 


755 


264 


25 


21-2 


Norwich 


610 


213 


50 


6 


do. 2d 


809 


283 


15 




Preston 


344 


120 


40 


4 


do. 2d 


231 


98 


35 




New Salem 


268 


93 


80 




Stonington 


957 


334 


95 


21-2 



12,229 



4,280 



15 





133 






] 


FAIRFIELD COUNTY. 


Fairfield 


422 


147 


70 ,3 


Greenfield 


278 


97 


30 


Green'sFarms 


366 


128 


10 




Bridgeport 






7 


Brookfield 


384 


134 


4o 4 


Danbury 


829 


290 


15 ' 


* 


Bethel 


389 


136 


15 




Greenwich 


1243 


435 


Ob \ 


2 


Huntington 


291 


101 


85 




Middlesex, 


396 


138 


60 




Monroe . 


425 | 


148 


75 2 1-2 


New-Canaan 


521 j 


182 


35 i3 


N. Fairfield 


297 


103 


95 


3 


Newtown 


886 


3l0 


10 


2 1-2 


Norwalk 


980 1 


343 




2 1-2 


Reading 


481 1 


168 


35 


6 


Ridgefield 


528 | 


184 j 80 


1 


Ridgebury 


470 


164 


50 




Stamford 


681 


184 


35 


3 


N. Stamford 


366 


128 


10 




Stratford 


591 


206. 


85 


1 1-2 


Stratfield 


723 


253 


i to 




Trumbull 


379 


132 


j 65 




Weston 


1 354 


123 


90 


3 


N. Fairfield 


414 


144 


90 




Wilton 


614 


2i4 90 


2 




13,308 


4,657 80 


1 




WINDHA1V 


1 COUNTY* 


Brooklyn 


, 389 


136 


15 |2 1-2 


Ashford 


259 


90 


65 


3 


Westford 


182 


63 


70 




Eastford 


383 


134 


05 




Canterbury 


287 


100 


45 


8 


Westminster 


240 


84 






Chaplin 


227 


79 


65 


1 



134 



Hampton 
Killingly/Nor. 

Middle 

South 

Westfield 
Plainfield 
Pomfret 

Abington 
Bethesda 
Thompson 
Voluntown 

Nazareth 
Windham 

Scotland 
Woodstock 



334 


166 


90 J 


364 


127 


40 


270 


94 


50 


180 


63 




231 


80 


$5 


685 


239 


75 


272 


92 


50 


242 


84 


70 


205 


71 


75 


976 


341 


60 


345 


120 


75 


256 


89 


60 


-617 


215 


95 


197 


68 


9^ 


866 




301 


10 



Litchfield 
Northfield 
Milton 
S. Farms 

Barkhampst'd 

Bethlem 

Canaan 
do. 2d 

Colebrook 

Cornwall 

Goshen 

Harwinton 

Kent 

N. Hartford 

N. Milford 
Bridge water 

Norfolk 

Plymouth 

Roxbury 



! 8,007 
LITCHFIELD 

183 

250 
244 
342 
252 
332 
313 
331 
487 
428 
433 
449 
494 
788 
260 
430 
~512 
379 



2,802 ' 
COUNTY. 



149 
151 
157 
172 
275 
91 
150 
179 
132 



45 



244 


65 f 


64 


05 


87 


50 


85 


40 


119 


70 


88 


20 


116 


20 i 


109 


55 ' 


115 


85 


170 


45 



80 I 

55 

15 

90 

80 

50 
20 
65 



135 



Salisbury- 
Sharon 

Ellsworth 
Torrington 

Torringford 
Warren 
Washington 

N. Preston 
Watertown 
Winchester 

Winsted 
Woodbury 



797 


278 


95 


433 


169 


05 


277 


96 


95 


212 


74 


20 


294 


102 


90 


302 


105 


70 


236 


82 


60 


441 


154 


35 


416 


145 


60 


168 


58 


80 


420 


147 




587 


205 


45 


12239 


4283 


65 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY. 



Middletown 

North 

Middlefield 

Westfield 
G hatham 
E. Hampton 
M. Haddam 
Durham 
E. Haddam 

Millington 

Hadlyme 
Haddam 
Killingworth 
N.Killingw'th 
Saybrook 

do. 2d 

do. 3d 

do. 4th 



f 1364 


447 


40 


302 


105 


70 


173 


60 


55 


150 


52 


50 


530 


185 


50 


278 


97 


30 


445 


155 


75 


298 


104 


30 


448 


156 


80 


280 


98 




- 179 


62 


65 


764 


267 


40 


361 


126 


35 


342 


119 


70 


301 


105 


35 


315 


180 


25 


342 


119 


70 


227 


79 


45 


7299 


2554 


65 





136 








TOLLAND COUNTY. 






Tolland 


533 1 


186 


65 




Bolton 


221 


77 


35 




Columbia 


206 


100 


10 




Coventry- 


279 


97 


65 


3 1-2 


do. 2d 


261 


91 


35 




Ellington 


456 


159 


60 


5 


Hebron 


312 


109 


20 


1 


Andover 


161 


56 


35 




Gilead 


182 


63 


70 




Mansfield 
do. 2d 
Somers 


353 

414 

1 483 


123 
144 
169 


55 

90 
05 

85 
20 


4 1-2 
3 


Stafford 


511 


178 


6 


do. 2d 


272 


95 




Union 


201 


70 


35 


3 1-2 


Vernon 


327 


114 


45 




Willington 


375 


131 


25 






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GOVERNORS OF THE SEVERAL STATES. 

Maine, Samuel E. Smith. New-Hampshire, Samuel 
Dinsmoor. Vermont, William A. Palmer Massachu- 
setts, Levi Lincoln. Rhode-Island, Arnold. Con- 

nocticut, John S. Peters. New- York, Enos T. Throop. 
New-Jersey, Peter D. Vroom, Jr. Pennsylvania, Geo. 
Wolf. Delaware, David Hazard. Maryland, Thomas 
H. Carrell. Virginia, John Floyd. North- Carolina, 
Montfort Stokes. South- Carolina, James Hamilton, Jr. 
Georgia, Wilson Lumkin. Alabama, John Gale. — 
Mississippi, Abraham M. Scott. Kentucky, Thomas 
Metcalf. Ohio, Duncan Mc Arthur. Indiana, Noah 
Noble. Illinois, Ninian Edwards. Missouri, John 
Miller. 



137 
UNITED STATES CALENDAR. 

PRESIDENT, 

ANDREW JACKSON, of Tennbsee. 

Salary, $25,000, per annum. 

VICE-PRESIDENT, 

JOHN C. CALHOUN, of South-Carolina. 
Salary, $ ,000, per annum. 



DEPARTMENT of state. 

Edward Livingston, Secretary, $6,000, per annum. 

James A. Hamilton, Chief Clerk, 2000 

TREASURY DEPARTMENT. 

Louis McLane, Secretary, 6000 

Asbury Dickihs, Chief Clerk, 2000 

Joseph Anderson, First Comptroller, 3500 

John Laub, Chief Clerk, 1700 

James B. Thornton, Second Comptroller, 3000 

Enoch Reynolds, Chief Clerk, 1700 

Richard Harrison, First Auditor, 3000 

William Parker, Chief Clerk, 1700 

William B. Lewis, Second Auditor, 3000 

James Eakin, Chief Clerk, 1*00 

Peter Hagner, Third Auditor, 3000 

James Thompson, Chief Clerk, 1700 

Amos Kendall, Fourth Auditor, 3000 

Thomas H. Gillis, Chief Clerk, 1700 

Stephen Pleasonton, Fifth Auditor, 3000 

Thomas Mustin, Treasurer, 3000 

Thomas L. Smith, Reo-ister, 3000 

Elijah Hayward, Com! of Gen. Land Office, 3000 

Judge White, Superintendent Patent Office, 1500 

Lewis Cass, Secretary of War, 6000 

Levi Woodbury, Secretary of the Navy, 6000 

William T. Barry, Post-Master General. 6 000 
Charles K. Gardiner, Selah R. Hobbie, Assist. 2 5O0l 



138 

TWENTY-SECOND CONGRESS— first session. 

SENATE. 
John C. Calhoun, of South-Carolina, President of Senate. 

NORTH-CAROLINA. 

Bedford Brown, 1835 



MAINE. 

Peleg Sprague, 1836 

John Holmes, 1833 

NEW-HAMPSHIRE. 

Samuel Bell, 1835 

Isaac Hill, 1837 

MASSACHUSETTS. 

Nathaniel Silsbee, 1836 
Daniel Webster, 1833 

RHODE-ISLAND. 

Neh. R. Knight, 
Asher Robbins, 

CONNECTICUT. 

Samuel A. Foot, 
Gideon Tomlinson, 

VERMONT. 

Samuel Prentiss, 
Horatio Seymour, 

NEW- YORK. 

Charles E. Dudley, 
Wm. L. Marcy, 

NEW-JERSEY. 

Mahlon Dickerson, 
Theo. Frelinghuysen, 

PENNSYLVANIA. 

William Wilkins, - 
George B. Dallas, 

DELAWARE* 

Arnold Naudain, 
John M. Clayton, 

MARYLAND. 

Ezekiel F. Chambers, 1837 
Samuel Smith, 

VIRGINIA 

L. W. Tazewell, 
John Tyler, 



1835 
1833 

1833 

2837 

1837 
1833 

1833 
1837 

1835 
183 3 

1837 
1S33 

1833 
1837 



1833 

1836 
1833 



Willis P. Mangum, 1837 

SOUTH-CAROLINA. 

Stephen D. Miller, 1835 
Robert Y. Hayne, 1835 

GEORGIA. 

George M. Troup, "1837 
John Forsyth, 

KENTUCKY. 

George M. Bibb, 1835 

Henry Clay, 1837 

TENNESSEE. 

Hugh L. White, 1835 

Felix Grundy, 1333 

OHIO. 

Benjamin Ruggles, ] 833 
Thomas Ewing, 1837 

LOUISIANA. 

Josiah S. Johnston t 1831 
Geo. A. Waggiman, 1837 

INDIANA. 

Wm. Hendricks, 1831 

John Tipton 

MISSISSIPPI. 

Powhattan Ellis, 1833 

George Poind exter, 1835 

ILLINOIS. 

Elias K. Kane, 1337 

John M. Robinson, 

ALABAMA. 

William R. King, 1835 
Gabriel Moore, 1837 

MISSOURI. 

Thomas H. Benton, 1833 
Alex. Buckner, 1837 



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HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. 

Andrew Stevenson, Speaker. 
Maine. — John Anderson, James Bates, George 
Evans, Cornelius Holland, Leonard Jarvis, Edward 
Kavanagh, Rufus MTntyre. — 7 

New-Hampshire. — John Brodhead,Thomas Chand- 
ler, Joseph Hammons, Henry Hubbard, Joseph M. 
Harper, John W. Weeks. — 6. 

Massachusetts. — John Quincy Adams,Nathan Ap- 
pleton, Isaac C. Bates, George N. Briggs, Rufus Cho- 
ate, Henry A. S. Dearborn, John Davis, Edward Ever- 
ett, George Grennell, jr. Joseph G. Kendall, John Reed. 
Two vacancies. — 13. 

RHODE-IsLAND-Tristram Burgess,Dutee J. Pierce.-?, 

Connecticut. — Noyes Barber, Wm. W. Ellsworth, 
Jabez W. Huntington, Ralph I. Ingersoll, William L. 
Storrs, Ebenezer Young. — 6. 

Vermont — Wm. Cahoon, Horace Everett, Jonathan 
Hunt, Wm. Slade, One vacancy — 5. 

New-York. — Wm. G. Angel, Gideon H. Barstow, 
Joseph Bouck, Wm. Babcock, John T. Bergen, John C. 
JBroadhead, Samuel Beardsley, John A. Collier, Bates 
Cooke, Churchill C. Cambreleng, John Dickson, Cha's 
Dayan, Ulysses F. Doubleday, Wm. Hogan, Michael 
Hoffman, Freeborn G. Jewett, John King, Garrett Y. 
Lansing, James Lent, Job Pierson, Nathaniel Pitcher, 
Edmund H. Pendleton, Edward C. Reed, Erastus Root, 
Nathan Soule, John W. Taylor, Phineas L. Tracy, 
Gulian C. Verplanck, Frederick Whittlesey, Samuel J. 
Wilkin, Grattan H. Wheeler, Campbell P. White, 
Aaron Ward, Daniel Wardwell. — 34. 

New-Jersey. — Lewis Condict, Silas Condict, Rich- 
ard M.Cooper, Thomas H. Hughes, James F. Randolph, 
Isaac Southard. — 6. 

Pennsylvania. — Robert Allison, John Banks, Geo. 
Burd, John C. Butcher, Thomas H. Crawford, Richard 
Coulter, Harmar Denny, Lewis Dewart, Joshua Evans, 
James Ford, John Gilmore, William Heister, Henry 
Horn, Peter Ihrie, jr. Adam King, Henry King, Joel K*. 



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Mann, Robert McCoy, Henry A. Muhlenberg, T. M. 
M'Kennan, David Potts, jr. Andrew Stewart, Samuel 
A. Smith, Philander Stephens, Joel B. Sutherland, John 
G. Watmough.— 26. 

Delaware. — John J. Miligan. — 1. 
Maryland. — Benjamin C. Howard, Daniel Jenifer, 
John L. Kerr, George E. Mitchell, Benedict I. Semmes, 
John S. Spence, Francis Thomas, George C. Wash- 
ington. J. T. H. Worthington. — 9. 

Virginia. — Mark Alexander, Robert Allen, William 
S. Archer, Wm. Armstrong, John S. Barbour, Thomas 
T. Bouldin, Nathaniel H. Claiborne, Robert Craig, Jo- 
seph W. Chinn, Richard Coke, jr. Thomas Daven- 
port, Phillip Doddridge, Wm. F. Gordon, Peter John- 
ston, John Y. Mason, Lewis Maxwell, Charles F. Mer- 
cer, Wm. M'Coy, Thomas Newton, John M. Patton, 
John J. Roane, Andrew Stevenson. — 22. 

North-Carolina. — Daniel L. Barringer, Lauchlin 
Bethune, John Branch, Samuel P. Carson, Henry W. 
Connor, Thomas H. Hall, James J. M'Kay, Abraham 
Rencher, Wm. B. Shepard, Augustine H. Shepperd, 
Jesse Speight, Lewis Williams, M. F. Hawkins. — 13. 

South-Carolina. — Robert W. Barnwell, James 
Blair, Warren R. Davis, Wm. Drayton, John M. Felder, 
J. R. Griffin, Thomas R. Mitchell, George M'Duffie, 
Wm. T. Nuckols.— 9. 

Georgia. — Thomas F. Foster, Henry G. Lamar, 
Daniel Newman, Wiley Thompson, Richard H. Wilde, 

James M. Wayne, Clayton. — 7. 

Kentucky. — John Adair, Chilton Allan, Henry 
Daniel, Nathan Gaither, Albert G. Hawes, R. M.John- 
son, Joseph Lecompte, Chittendon Lyon, Robert P. 
Letcher, Thomas A. Marshall, Christopher Tompkins, 
Charles A. WickluTe.— 12. 

Tennessee. — Thomas D. Arnold, John Bell, John 
Blair, Wm. Fitzgerald, William Hall, Jacob. C. Isacks, 
€ave Johnson, James, K. Polk, James Standifer. — 9. 



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Ohio. — Joseph H. Crane, Elutheros Cooke, Win. 
Creighton, jr. ThomasCorwin, James Finlay, Wm. W. 
Irwin, William Kennon, Humphrey H. Leavit, William 
Russell, Wm. Stanberry, John Thompson, Joseph 
Vance, Samuel F. Vinton, Elisha Whittlesey. — 14. 

Louisiana. — H. A. Bullard, Philemon Thomas, Ed- 
ward D. White.— 3. 

Indiana. — Ratliff Boon, John Carr, Jonathan M , « 
Carty.-— 3. 

Mississppi. — Franklin E. Plummei. — 1. 

Illinois. — Joseph Duncan. — 1. 

Alabama. — Clement C. Clay, Dixon H. Lewis, Sam- 
uel W. Mardiz.— 3. 

Missouri. — William H. Ashley. — 1. 

Michigan.— Austin E. Wing.— 1 . ") Territorial 

Arkansas. — Ambrose H. Sevier. — 1. >-r> i + 

Florida.— Joseph M. White.— 1 . > -^legates. 

ARMY LIST. 

Alexander Macomb, Major-general, comm'g. the army. 

Edmund P. Gaines, brigadier general, maj. gen. brev. 

Winfield Scott, brigadier general, maj. gen. brev. 

Thomas S. Jessup, brig. gen. and qr. master gen. 

Col. George Gibson, com. gen. subsis. brig. gen. brev. 

Col. John E. Wool, insp. gen. brig. gen. brev. 

Col. George Croghan, insp. gen. 

Lieut. Col. Roger Jones, adj. gen. 

Major William Linnard, qr. master, It. col. brev. 

Col. Nathan Tows:>n, paymaster gen. 

Major George Banker, qr. master, It. col. brev. 

Major Trueman Cross, qr. master, It. col. brev. 

Callender Irvine, com. gen. purchases. 

Joseph Lovell, surgeon general. 



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CORPS OF ENGINEERS. 

Col. C. Gratiot, brig. gen. brev. J. C. Totten, It. col 
brev. Major Samuel Babcock* 

Ordinance Department — Geo. Bomford, col. brev. 
Sup. Mil. Academy — Sylvanus Thayer, It. col. brev. 

ARTILLERY. 

Colonels. — James House, , Walker K. 

Armistead, brig. gen. brev., James R. Fenwick. 

Lieutenant Colonels. — George Bomford, col. brev. 
William MacRea, col. brev. William Lindsay, col. by 
brevet. Abram Eustis. 

INFANTRY. 

Colonels. — Willoughby Morgan, Hugh Brady, H. 
Leavenworth, D. L. Clinch, W. Lawrence, Henry At- 
kinson, M. Arbuckle. 

Lieutenant Colonels. — Zach. Taylor, Alex. Cum- 
mings, Josiah H. Vose, G. M. Brooke, Enos Cutler, Dan- 
iel Baker, J. B. Many. 

MARINE CORPS. 
Lieut. Col. Commandant. — Archibald Henderson. 
Captains. — Robert D. Wainwright, Samuel Miller, 
John M. Gamble, Samuel E. Watson, brevet lieut. cols. 



U. S. WAVY LIST. 

Secretary. — Levi Woodbury. » - $6000 

Chief Clerk. — John Boyle. - 2000 

Commissioners. — John Rogers, President, 3500 

Charles Stewart, - - 3500 

Daniel T. Patterson, - 3500 

Secretary. — Charles W. Goldsborough, - 2000 

Chief Cler L— William G. Ridgely, - 1600 

Captains, 37. — John Rodgers, James Barron, Wm. 

Bainbridge, Charles Stewart, Isaac Hull, Isaac Chaun- 

cey, Jacob Jones, Charles Morris, Arthur Sinclair, Lew- 



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is Warrington, Wm. M. Crane, James T. Leonard, Ja'g, 
Biddle, Charles G. Ridgely, Daniel T. Patterson, M. T, 
Woolsey, John 0. Creighton, John Downes, John D. 
Henly, Jesse D. Elliott, Stephen Cassin, James Ren- 
shaw, C. C. B. Thompson, A. S. Wads worth, George 
W. Rodgers, George C. Read, Henry E. Ballard, David 
Deacon, Samuel Woodhouse, Joseph J. Nicholson, Wol- 
cott Chauncey, Edmund P. Kennedy, Alexander J. Dal- 
las, John B. Nicholson, B. V. Hoffman, Jesse Wilkinson, 
T. Ap Catesby Jones. 

Masters Commandant, 32. — George Budd. John 
Porter, W. B. Finch, W. B. Shubrick, Alexander Clax- 
ton, Charles W. Morgan, L. Kearney, Foxhall A. Par- 
ker, E. R. McCall, Daniel Turner, David Connor, John 
Gallagher, Thomas H. Stevens, Wm. M. Hunter, John 
D. Sloat, M. C. Perry, Charles W. Skinner, John T. 
Newton, Joseph Smith, Lawrence Rousseau, Geo. W. 
Storer, Beverly Kennon, Edward R. Shubrick, Francis 
H. Gregory, Philip F. Voorhees, Benjamin Cooper, Wil- 
liam L. Gordon, Silas Duncan, James Ramage, David 
Geisinger, R. F. Stockton, Isaac M'Keever. 

VESSELS OF WAR OF THE U. S. NAVY. 

Ships of the Line — 74 Guns. Independence, Frank- 
lin, Washington, Columbus, Ohio, North Carolina, Del- 
aware. 

Frigates, First Class — 44 Guns. United States, 
Constitution, Guerriere, Java, Potomac, Brandywine, 
Hudson. 

Frigates, Second Class — 36 Guns. Congress, Con- 
stellation, Macedonian. 

Sloops of War. — John Adams, Cyane, 24 guns. Erie, 
Ontario, Peacock, Boston, Lexington, Vincennes, War- 
ren, Natchez, Falmouth, Fairfield, Vandalia, St. Louis, 
Concord, 18 guns. 

Schooners, <$>c. — Dolphin, Grampus, Porpoise, Shark, 
Enterprise, Boxer, 12 guns. Fox, 3 guns. Alert, (store 
ship.) Sea Gull, (galliot.) 



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MASONIC. 



GRAND ENCAMPMENT FOR CONN., OF 

KNIGHTS TEMPLARS. 

M. E. John R. Watrous, Grand Master. M. E. Laban 

Smith, Deputy Grand Master. M. E. D. B. Brmsmade, 

G. Generalisimo. M. E. Amherst D. Scovill, G. Rec. 

GRAND LODGE. 
M. W. Thomas Hubbard, G. M. R. W. Coddington 
Billings, D. G. M. R. W. Russel C. Abernethy, S. G. 
W. R. W. Leonard Hendee, J. G, W. R. W. Laban 
Smith, G. Treasurer. R. W. Justin Redfield, G. Sec 
GRAND CHAPTER. 
M. E. Andrew Harris, G. H. P. R. E. Asa Child, 
D. G.H.P. I. W. Crawford, G. K. John Mix, G. 
Secretary. 

GRAND COUNCIL. 
T. I. Andrew Harris, G. P. T. I. Wm. H. Ellis, D. 
G. P. T. I. Laban Smith, G. Treasurer. T. I. Eliphalet 
G. Storer, G. Recorder. 



ALLOTMENT OF JUDGES. 

SUMMER CIRCUIT. 

Chief Judge Hosmer, Tolland and Litchfield Counties. 

Judge Peters, New-London and Fairfield Counties. 

Judge Daggett, Hartford County. 

Judge Williams, New-Haven County. 

Judge Bissell, Middlesex and Windham Counties. 

WINTER CIRCUIT 

Chief Judge Hosmer, New-London County. 
Judge Peters, Windham and Middlesex Counties. 
Judge Daggett, New-Haven and Litchfield Counties. 
Judge Williams, Hartford and Tolland Counties. 
Judge Bissell, Fairfield County. 



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Foreign ministers, &c. 

List of Ministers, Consuls, and other Diplomatic and 
Commercial Agents of the United States in Foreign 
Countries. 

England. 
Martin Van Buren Envoy Extraordinary and 
Min. Plenipotentiary, London. $9000 

, Secretary of Legation. 

France. 
Wm. C. Rives, Envoy Extraordinary and Min. 
Plenipotentiary, Paris. 9000 

Charles C. Harper, Secretary of Legation. 2000 

Switzerland. 
John G. Baker, Consul General, Switzerland. 
Russia. 

, Envoy Extraordinary and minister 

Plenipotentiary, St. Petersburg. 9000 

John Randolph Clay, Secretary of Legation. 

Spain. 
C. P. Van Ness, Envoy Extraordinary and min. 
Plenipotentiary. 9000 

Charles S. Walsh, Secretary of Legation. 

Portugal. 
Thomas L. L. Brent, Charge d'Affaires, Lisbon. 4500 

Netherlands. 
Wm. Pitt Preble, minister, Brussels and the 
Hague. 4500 

Austria. 
Charles Barnet, Consul, Venice. George Moore, 
consul, Trieste. 

Germany. 
Frederick Kahl, consul, Darmstadt. 

Sweden. 
Christo. Hughes, charge d'affaires, Stockholm. 4500 
10 



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Denmark. 
H. Wheaton, charge d'affaires, Copenhagen. 4500 

Prussia. 
Wm. R. Simons, consul, Elbervelt. 

Brazil. 
E. A. Brown, charge d'affaires, Rio de Janeiro. 4500 

Colombia. 
Thomas P. Moore, Envoy Extraordinary, and 
minister Plenipotentiary, Bogota. 9000 

Mexico. 
J. S. Wilcocks, consul. 

Republic of Central America. 
Charles Savage, consul, Guatemala. 

Republic of Buenos Ayres. 
George W. Slacum, consul. 
Chile. 
J. Hamm, charge d'affaires, St. Jago de Chile. 4500 
Michael Hogan, consul, Valparaiso. 
D. Wynne, consul St. Jago de Chile. 

Republic of Peru. 
Samuel Larned, charge d'affaires, Lima. 
Roman States, and Kingdom of the two Sicilies, 
Felix Cicognani, consul, Rome. 

Hanseatic Towns. 
Frederick List, consul, Hamburg. F. J. Wichelhau- 
sen, do. Bremen. Joseph Hill Clark, do. Lubec. 
Italian States. 
Thomas Appleton, consul, Leghorn, Tuscany. J. 
Ombrosi, do. Florence, Tuscany. Robert Campbell, 
do. Genoa, Sardinia. V. A. Sasserno, do. Nice. 
Constantinople. 
David Porter, Charge d' Affaires. 

Smyrna. 
David Offley, consul, Smyrna. 

Barbary Powers. 

, consul general, Algiers. Samuel D. 

Heap, consul, Tunis. Charles D. Coxe, do. Tripoli. — 
J. Mullowny, do. Tangier, Morocco. 



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Foreign Ministers, Consuls, &c. 

Resident in the United States. 

From France. 
M. Roux de Rochelle, Envoy Extraordinary and Min- 
ister Plenipotentiary. 

From Great Britain. 
Rt. Hon. Charles Richard Vaughn, Envoy Ex. and 
minister Plenipotentiary. 

From Russia. 
Baron Sacken, Charge d'Affaires. 

From Spain. 
Don Francisco Tacon, Minister Resident. 
From Portugal 
Commandeur Torlade D'Azambuja, Charge d'Affaires. 

From Austria. 
Baron De Lederer, Consul General. 

From Prussia. 
L. Neiderstetter, Charge d'Affaires. 

From Hamburg. 
C. N. Buck, Consul General, Philadelphia. 

From Denmark. 
Mr. Steen Bille, Charge d'Affaires. 

From Wirtemberg. 
Christian Mayer, Consul General, Baltimore. 

From Saxony. 
Charles Augustus Davis, Consul General. 

From Sweden and Norway. 
Baron Stackleberg, Charge d'Affaires. 
From the Netherlands. 
Commandeur De Bangeman Huygens, Envoy Extra- 
ordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary. 
From Sicily. 
Chevalier D. Genaro Capece Galeota de Duchi di Re- 
gina, Consul General, Philadelphia. 
From Sardinia. 
€hev. JLon Ygnace Caravadossy de Thoet, Con. Gem 



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>MlHBI gWgjMgggjMMllljlgg 

JUDICIARY DEPARTMENT* 



SUPREME COURT OF THE U. STATES. 

Held at Washington, on the 2d Monday in Jan. annually. 
John Marshall, Chief Justice, salary $5,000 

Wm. Johnson, Asso. Justice, salary $4,500 

Gabriel Duval, do. do. do. $4,500 

Joseph Story, do. do. do. $4,500 

Smith Thompson, do. do. do. $4,500 

JohnM'Lean, do. do. do. $4,500 

Henry Baldwin, do. do. do. $4,500 

Roger B. Taney, Attorney General, $3,500 

Richard Peters, Jr., Reporter of Decisions, $1,000 
Wm. T. Carroll, Clerk, salary, Fees of Office. 
— i , Marshal, salary, Fees of Office. 

UNITED STATES COURTS. 

[Alternate.] 
FEBRUARY, District— New-Haven, 4th Tuesday. 
APRIL, Circuit-— N. Haven, 13th.* 

MAY, District-— Hartford, 4th Tuesday. 

AUGUST, District— New-Haven, 4th do. 

SEPTEMBER, Circuit— Hartford, 17th day.* 
NOVEMBER, District— Hartford, 4th Tueasday. 

*When these days occur on Sunday, the session 
commences on the following Monday. 

DISTRICT COURT OF CONNECTICUT. 

William Bristol, Judge. 
Asa Child, Attorney. 

Charles A. Ingersoll, Clerk. Norris Wilcox, Marshal. 
Deputy Marshals. — Elihu Olmsted Hartford — Eras- 
tus Osborn, New-Haven. 



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OFFICERS OF CUSTOMS IN CONNECTICUT. 

New-London. — Ingoldsby W. Crmvford, Col. Eli- 
jah Ames, Dep. Oliver Champlnin, Surveyor. Benj. 
Pomeroy, Surveyor, Stonington. 

Middletown. — Noah A. Phelps, Col. Henry Wol- 
cott, Dep. W. Conner, Ins. Daniel Burrows, Sur- 
veijor. 

New-Haven.— Wm. H. Ellis, Col. N. R. Clark, 
Dep. John H. Jacocks, Surveyor. 

Fairfield.— Walter Bradley, Col. D. B. Nichols, Ins. 

Revenue Cutters. — Wolcott, New-Haven, Andrew 
Mather, Capt. Eagle, Newport, John Cahoon, Capt. 



JP<i>§t-®tfIi€es and Post-Masters in 
Connecticut. 



HARTFORD COUNTY. 



Berlin, Norris Wilcox 
Bristol, George Mitchell 
Burlington, W. Hitchcock 
Canton, Isaac Mills 
East-Granby, H. D. Clark 
East-Hartford, J. Goodwin 
East- Windsor, E. Bissel 
Enfield, Geer Terry 
Farmington, S. Whitman 
Glastenbury, Joseph Wells 
Granby, J. B. Southmayd 
Hartford, John M. Niles 
Hartland, P. Humphreys 
Ketch Mills, T. Potwine 
Manchester, W.Woodbridg' 
Marlborough, E. H. Buell 
New-Britain, L. P. Lee 
New-Canton, B. Weed, Jr. 



Newington, A. Fairchild 
North-Granby, H. N. Case 
Northington, F. Woodford 
Plainville, Jere. Hotchkiss 
Poquonock, Cicero Phelps 
Rocky Hill, W. Robbins 
Simsbury, J. O. Phelps 
S. Glastenbury, O. Brainard 
Southington, C. Whittlesey 
Suffield, William Gay 
Tariffville, Allen Pinney 
W. H. Point, J.B.Chapman 
West-Granby, J. D. Wilcox 
West-Hartford, A. Goodman 
West-Hartland, E. Wilder 
Wethersfield, J. L. Belden 
Windsor, W, Howard 
Wintonbury, J t Bumstead 



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NEW-HAVEN COUNTY. 



Branford, Orin D. Squire 
Cheshire, S. Cook 
Derby, Russel Hitchcock 
East-Haven, R. Andrews 
Guilford, Amos Seward 
Humphr'sville,J.T.Wheeler 
Madison, J. F. Meigs 
Meriden, Patrick Lewis 
Middleburgh, E. Thompson 
Milford, William Strong 
New-Haven, W. H. Jones 



Northford, Lemuel Cook" 
Oxford, David Candee 
Prospect, E. Chittenden 
Salem Bridge, A. Beebe 
South Britain, E. Beardslee 
Southbury, Albert Hinman 
Wallingford, J. Carrington 
Waterbury, F. Leavenworth. 
Woodbridge, H, Thomas 
Wolcott, Alna Whiting 
Zoar Bridge, Leman Clark 

NEW-LONDON COUNTY. 



Bozrah, C. Woodworth 
Colchester, Ralph Isham 
Franklin, Amasa Hyde 
Gales Ferry, N. B. Brown 
Groton, Elijah Bailey 



New-London, Eb. Wav 
New-Salem, P. Hall 
North- Grot on, C. Newton 
N.Stonington, T.P.Watties 
Norwich, John Hyde [dieu 



Hadlyme, Elijah Comstock Norwich C. W. L'Homme- 
Hamburgh, Ezra Pratt Poquetanuck, J. W.Brewster 

Jewett City, John Johnson Portersville, Jed. Randall 
Lebanon, Roger Bailey Preston, Henry Brown 
Lisbon, Thomas Kinsman ;Riverhead, E. Beckwith, 2d 
Lord's Bridge, Henry Lord Stonington, G. Trumbull 
Lyme, C. W. Waite jUncasville, Amos Comstock 

Montville, James Turner j Waterford, James Bulkley 
Mystic Bridge,B. F. Palmer West-Chester, C. Cone 
Mystic River, E. Burrows 1 

FAIRFIELD COUNTY. 



Bethel, Fred. Seely, 
Bridgeport, S. Lounsbery,jr. 
Brookfield, Henry Ruggles 
Danbury, Z. Wildman 
Darien, Abram Clark 
Fairfield, James Knapp 
Greenwich, S. Holly 
Huntington, S. P. Mills 



Mill Plain, Elias Birchard 
Mill River, Wm. Sherwood 
Monroe, W. Wheeler, Jr. 
New-Canaan, Edw. Nash 
New-Fairfleld, S. Barnum 
Newtown, Czar Keeler 
N. Stamford, N. D. Haight 
Norwalk, Wm. M. Betts 



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Reading, Joseph Darling 
Reading Ridge, S. Whiting- 
Reading T.IIouse,RSanford 
Ridgebury, J. St. John 
Ridgefield, T. Keeler, 2d 
Round Hill, N. Knapp 
Saugatuck, S. Morehouse 
Sherman, Isaac Sherwood 



Stamford, John Brown 
Stanwich, Alvah Smith 
Stepney, Levi Edwards 
Stratford, David Brooks 
Trumbull, Elihu Beach [ley 
Trumbull, L.Hill, S.Bcards- 
Weston, Jesse Wakeman 
Wilton, Samuel F. Lambert 



WINDHAM COUNTY. 



Abington, Elijah Griggs 
Ashford, Dyer Clark 
Brooklyn, Adams - White, Jr. 
Canterbury, Jed. Johnson 
Chaplin, Walter Goodell 
Eastford, James B. Palmer 
Griswold, D. B. Tucker 
Hampton, Dan Bulkley 
Killingly, Joseph Adams 
Killingiy Centre, J. Field 
Little River, S. Burnam 
Moosop, J. S. Gladding 
New Boston, B. Knapp 
Plainneld, F. Johnson 



Pomfret, Lem. Grosvenor 
Pomfret Landing, B. Child 
Scotland, Benj. Webb 
S. Kilhngly, G. Danielson 
Sterling, B. Tuckerman 
Thompson, Simon Davis 
Voluntown, M. Robins 
Westminster, R. Johnson,jr. 
West Woodstock, 

Andrew A. Williams 
Willimantic, Gay Hebard 
Windham, Henry Webb, 2d 
Woodstock, G. Bowen 



LITCHFIELD COUNTY. 



Barkhampstead, A. Beecher 
Bethlem, Samuel Church 
Bradleyville, H. Wadsworth 
Canaan, Fitch Ferris 
Chapinville, F. A. Sterling 
Colebrook, Giles H. Bass 
Colebrook Riv. DDWolf,jr. 
Cornwall, Silas Ambler 
Cornwall Br. M. Harrison 
Cornwall H. J.A. Sedgwick 
East Goshen, T. Beach 
Elsworth, G. Studley 



Falls Village, J. Ensign 
Furnace Vil. J. G. Mitchell 
Gaylord's Br. P. Gaylord 
Goshen, B. Baldwin 
Harwinton, A. Hooker 
Hitchcockville, Jesse Ives 
Kent, Wells Beardslee 
Litchfield, C. Seymour 
Milton. G. P. Welch 
New-Hartford, H. Cowlee 
N.Hart. Cen.J F.Henderson 
'New-Milford, Perry Smith 



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New-Preston, J. C. Hatch 
Norfolk, Joseph Jones 
Northfield Church, 

Ard W. Warner 
Plymouth, Apollos Warner 
Roxbury, R. R. Hinman 
Salisbury, W. W. Peet 
Sharon, George King, Jr. 
S. Canaan, W. P. Burrall 
S. Farms, E. J.Woodworth 

MIDDLESEX 

Chatham, George B. Smith 
Chester, Bani Denison 
Deep River, J. H. Mather 
Durham, A. Robinson 
East-Haddam, O. Green 
East-Hampton, D. Buell 
Essex, A. F. Whittemore 
Haddam, J. Arnold 
Higganum, G. W. Smith 

TOLLAND 

Andover, Leonard Hendee 
Bolton, S. Williams 
Columbia, S. T. Hosmer 
Coventiy, Jasper Gilbert 
Ellington, T. Pitkin 
Gilead, H. A. Brown 
Hebron, Abner Hendee 
Mansfield, Jere. Clark 
Mansfield cen. Z. Storrs 



Torringford, N. Smith 
Torrington, H. Palmer 
Warren, G. P. Tallmadge 
Washington, C. A. Judson 
Watertown, James Bishop 
Winchester, Lyman Case 
Winchester Cr. S.Hurlbut,jr 
Wolcottville, S. Bradley 
Woodbury,Leman Sherman 

COUNTY. 

Killingworth, E. Wilcox 
Leesville, S. H. P. Lee, jr. 
Middle-Haddam, J. Stewart 
Middle town, J. Stow 
N. Killingworth, H.Redfield 
Saybrook, R. E. Pratt 
U. H. Middletown, J. Sage 
Westbrook, A. T. Wilcox 

COUNTY. 

Mount Hope, W. A. Fisk 
North Somers, A. Kibbe 
Somers, S. D. Chapin 
S. Coventry, S. Wood worth 
Stafford Springs, C.Bardwell 
Tolland, Luther Eaton 
Union, N. Newell 
Vernon, L. P. Tinker 
Willington, J. Weston 



Mates' of Postage. 

For Single Letters composed of one piece of paper. 

Miles. Cents. 
Any distance not exceeding 36 6 

Over 36, and not exceeding 80 10 



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Over 80, do. do. 150 12 1-2 

Over 150, do. do. 400 18 3-4 

Over 400, do. do. 25 

Double Letters, or those composed of two pieces of 
paper, are charged with double those rates. 

Triple Letters, or those composed of three pieces of 
paper, are charged with triple those rates. 

Quadruple Letters, or those composed of four pieces 
of paper, are charged with quadruple those rates. 

All Letters, weighing* one ounce avoirdupoise, or more, 
are charged at the rate of single postage for each quarter 
of an ounce, or quadruple postage for each ounce accord- 
ing to their weight ; and no letter can be charged with 
more than quadruple postage, unless its weight exceeds 
one ounce avoirdupoise. 

Newspaper Postage. 

For each Newspaper not carried out of the State 
in which it is published ; or if carried out of the State, 
but carried not over 100 miles, ... 1 cent 

Over 100 miles, and out of the State in which 
it is published, 11-2 

Magazines and Pamphlets. 

If published periodically, distance not exceding 100 
miles, 1 1-2 cents per sheet. 

Ditto, do. over 100 miles 2 1-2 do. 

If not published periodically, 
distance not over 100 miles, 4 do. 

Ditto, do. over 100 miles, 6 do. 

Small pamphlets, containing not more than a half 
sheet royal, are charged with half those rates. Eight 
pages quarto are rated as one sheet, and all other sizes 
in the same proportion. 

The number of sheets which it contains, must be 
printed or written on one of the outer pages of every 
pamphlet or magazine to be sent by mail. 



154 

Errata. — In the list of Justices, dele Buck and Wil- 
liams, in Hartford. Add, in Berlin S. Kelsey, J. Hanley. 
N. Wincliel. In Canton, dele Henshaw and Cobb — add 
L. Humphrey, S. Collins. E. Hartford, add S. Brown, 
S. Olmstead. Manchester, add I. Brown, W. Jones. — 
Marlboro', addE. Strong. Simsbury, add E. Phelps. — 
SulSeld, dele Pease, Isaacs — add P. Hanchett, D. Hale, 
L. Loomis. Madison, for Caleb, read Galen Doud. — 
Waterbury, for Letsay, read Letsom Tertil. Fairfield, 
read Hull Bradley— dele Hill. Bridgeport, add I. Sher- 
man, B. Brooks. Darien, add A- Clock, Jos. Weed.— 
Greenwich, add S. Warrring, A. H. Close. Huntington, 
add T. Beardslee, jr. Monroe, add S. Middlebrook. — 
N. Fairfield, for Hodge, read Hodges. Newtown, add 
H. Beers. Norwalk, dele Roberts— add S. B. St. John. 
Reading,add J.Meeker. Ashford,dele Whitney. Killing- 
ly,add P.Hutchins, T.Baldwin, I.T.Hutchins. Plainfield, 
for Munn,read Monro. Pomfret,add C.C.Field,E. W.Ses- 
sions. Sterling, add H. Gallup. Thompson, for Simeon 
Davis,read Simon. Voluntown,dele Kinney-add D.Stan- 
ton, J.G.Alexander. Woodstock, add D. Barlow. Litch- 
field, dele Spafford. Barkhampstead, add J. Merrill, M. 
Allen, G. Merrill. Cornwall, add J. A. Sedgwick. — 
Harwinton, add J. 0. Catlin. N. Milford, for D. S. 
Boardman, read David Boardman. Roxbury, add S. 
Sanford. Sharon, dele C. Gay— add S. R. Gager, Be- 
noni Peck, J. B. Chaffee. Warren, dele Strong — add 
Dan Carter. Watertown, add E. Bates. Middletown, 
dele Savage, Rice, Barstow, Burrows — add J. Coe, W. 
Williams, S. K. Wightman, G. Burrows, A. Utley. — 
Haddam, dele Hazleton, Brainard — add D. Hubbard, jr., 
R. Brainard. Durham, add P. Coe. E. Haddam, dele 
Bulkley, Palmer — add I. Chester. Killingworth, read 
Kelsey for Keley — dele Wright. Saybrook, add Clark 
Nott, G. Smith, A. Redfield. Union, add N. Newell.— 
62d page, read Henry Kilbourn, S. B. Woodward, Com- 
missioners Conn. Riv. Comp. The Sheriff of Wind- 
ham County resides in Plainfield. 



INDKX. 



A. 

Academies, 117—120 

Agricult. So. Hart. 121 

Almanack, 5 

Amer. Asylum, 120 
Attorneys, [See Counties.] 

AuxiliaryMissionary ) , OC v 
So. Connecticut, \ 
B. 
Banks, 102—110 

City Bank, N. Hav 144 

Bible Society, Ct. 121 

Bishops, 128 
Boroughs, 

Colchester, 93 

Stonington, ib. 

Bridgeport, 94 

Essex, ib. 

Guilford, ib. 

Killingworth, ib. 

Newtown, ib. 

Danbury, 95 

Stamford, ib. 
C. 

City, Hartford, 91 

N. Haven, ib. 

N. London, 92 

Norwich, ib. 

Middletown, 93 

Courts — State. [See Cal 
endar pages.] 

U. States, 158 

Probate, 54 
Colleges, 113—116 

Col. Cust. Con. 159 

Colonization, So. 121 



I 95 



95 



Com. to take acknowl- 
edgment of deeds, 

Com. Turnpikes, 57 

Bridges, 61 

Ferries, ib. 

Union Co. 62 

Thames, ib. 

Farming-ton Canal, ib. 

Con. River, ib. 

State Prison, ib. 

Con. Academy, 117 

Con. Br. Am. Ed. So. 119 

Con. River Comp. 112 
Connecticut Government. 
Exec. & Legis. 29—33 

Judicial & Civil, 34 

Hartford County, ib. 

N. Haven, 37 

N. London, 40 

Fairfield, 43 

Windham, 45 

Litchfield, 47 

Middlesex, 51 

Tolland, 52 

Colonies, first set. 129 

E. 

Eclipses, 3 

G. 

General Hospital So. 121 

Governors, 144 

H. 

Hartford Bridge, Co. ll£ 

Hartford Aux. Ed. > 

Society, \ 

I. 

Insurance Co's, Ill — 112 



129 



INDEX. 



J. Standard wt. do. 23 

Judges, 34 For. Coins, value, 24 

Allotment 144 Ratio of inc. pop. U. ) 9 - 

M.' S. 1820— 30, \ 4D 

Composition of Le- > og 

gislatures in U. S. \ 
Indian popula. 
Popula. U. S. from 

1790 to 1830, 
Roads, 17—19 

129 Town Officers, 
Cl'ks, Cols.Treas. 
First Selectmen, 



Ed. 



65 

129 

-128 
67 



Masonic, 
Medical Society, 
Middlesex Aux, 

Society, { 

Min. & Churches, 122 
Militia, 
Missionary So. Conn. 

N. 
Notaries Public, 55 

P. 
Phi Beta Kappa, 117 

P. Offices & Mast. Ct. 149 
Postage, Rates of 152 — 53 
Public Debt, 25 

R 

Retreat, Insane, 120 

Schedule of children, 130 
Senatorial Districts, 63 
S. Boat Co. Hart. ' 112 
Con. River, ib. 

Surveyors, Con. 66 

T. 

Tables, Interest, 20 

Cents, 21. H. Water, 
Value of Gold Coins, 22 



27 
(28 



> 96-101 



United States Calendar. 



Army Officers, 


142 


Courts, 


148 


Department of State, 


136 


Executive, 


ib. 


Judiciary, 


148 


Senators, 


138 


Representatives, 


139 


Officers Customs, Ct. 


149 


Post Masters, Con. 


ib. 


Ministers & Con. 145-47 


Navy Officers, 


143 


Commissioners, 


137 


Treasury Department, 


137 


i Vessels of War, 


144 



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of our correspondents, and the late returns of others, we 
have an unprecedented Errata. Effectual measures 
will in future be taken to avoid a repetition of these inci- 
dents. 



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ECLIPSES in the Year 1833. 



January 6th, Moon Eclipsed in the Morning, visible. 
h, m. 

Beginning at 1 56 \ 

Ecliptic £ 2 58 in the 

Middle 3 0G( morning. 

End 4 16) 

Digits eclipsed 5° 43* on the Moon's northern limb. 
January 20th, Sun eclipsed at 5h % 6m, aft, invisible. 
July 1st, The Moon Eclipsed in the ev'g, partly visibly 

h. m. 

Eclipse begins at 6 14 

The Moon will rise at 7 27 

Ecliptic D 7 47 

Middle 7 52 

End of the Eclipse 9 30 

Digits eclipsed, 10 A 18' on the Moon's Southern Limb. 
July 17th. The Sun eclipsed at2h.23m. morning, invisible, 

December 26th, The Moon totally eclipsed in the eve- 
ning, partly visible. h. m. 
The Moon will rise totally eclipsed at 4 35 
Ecliptic g 4 43 
Middle of the Eclipse 4 44 
End of total darkness 5 33 
End of the Eclipse 6 33 
Digits Eclipsed, 20° 7', from the Southern side of the 
Earth's shadow. 



CHRONOLOGICAL CYCLES FOR 1833. 

Dominical Letter, F. 

Ltinar Cycle or Golden/ «q 

Number, { 

Epact 9 



Solar Cycle, 22 

Roman Indiction 6 

Julian Period, 6546 



ELECTORS' MEETINGS 

Are held annually on the first Monday in April 

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A TABLE, 

Showing the difference of High Water at several 
places from New-London, 

The sixth column of each monthly page shows tho 
time of high water at New Lrjadon, N. York,Elizabeth- 
town Point, Tarpaulin Cove, Cape Henlopen,Cockspur, 
in Georgia, and Brunswick, in N, Carolina— to which if 
you add and subtract as in the annexed table, you will 
have the time of highwater at the following places. A 
shows that the annexed quantity of time must be addedj 
S. subtracted — H stands for hours — m for minutes. 



Names of Places, 


H. M. 


Names of Places, 


H. M 


Amboy 


S. 


45 


New bury port A. 


2 45 


Annapolis, Md. 


s. 


2 


New Haven A. 


1 50 


Annapolis, Nots 


. A. 


3 


New Providence S. 


1 25 


New Bedford 


S. 


1 12 


Norwich Landing A. 


45 


Boston 


A. 


2 15 


Penobscot A. 


3 


Cape Ann 


A. 


2 45 


Pensacoia S. 


1 


Cape Fear 


s. 


1 


Philadelphia A. 


4 20 


Case© Bay 


A. 


2 15 


Piscataway A, 


2 40 


Charleston Bar 


S. 


2 20 


Plymouth A. 


1 45 


Fairfield 


A. 


2 


P«rt Royal, s, c.l S. 


30 


Frederica 


S. 


1 


Portsmouth A 


2 45 


Georgetown bar 


S. 


2 20 


Providence S. 


1 


Guilford 


A. 


1 30l 


Quebec A. 


3 


Halilax 


A. 


3 


Rh«de Island S. 


45 


Hell Gate 


A. 


30 


Salem' A. 


2 45 


Hartford 


A. 


2 20 


Sandy Hook A. 


55 


Huntington 


A. 


2 


Savannah S. 


1 12 


Ipswich 


A. 


2 45 


Saybrook A. 


15 


Jamestown 


A. 


50 


St. Augustine, B. S, 


1 25 


Louisburg 


A. 


3 


St. Johns. Newf. A. 


3 


Main Ocean 


s. 


45 


Tybee Bar A. 


15 


Mobile Point 


A. 


6 


VTilliams, Va. A. 


2 15 


Nantucket 


S. 


1 30[ Wilmington, N. C.A^ 


2 u 



January has 31 days, beginning on Tuesday. 



rull mo. 6d. 2'n. 58m. morn 


New Mo. 20d. 5b. 6m. aft. 


Lastqr. 12d.6h. 40 m. aft. 


First qr. 28d. 7h. 37m. aft. 


trvi | 


w Calendar, &c. |{v)r 


■ ©s.|F.sea.|r j) s. 


' 1, 


3 Uncum. ^ sets 7h 40m 


7 28 4 32 5 2 1 57 


m 


4 2/ sets lOh 31m 


7 2"t 


'4 33 5 53 3 1 


2\ 


5 


7 2"t 


4 3^ 


1 6 4C 


4 4 


4 


5 £ station* 


7 26 


4 34 


7 4*; 


5 12 


5 


7 7*Sou. 8h. 20m. 


7 26 


4 34 


8 49 


6 18 


6 


f Epiph. D eclipsed} perigee 


7 25 


4 35 


9 52 


<£ rise 


It 


2 $ set3h.l5m.M. 


7 25 


4 35 


10 54 


6 32 


s: 


3 2 set 7h 53 m. 


7 24 


4 36 


n 53 


7 45 


9< 


1 2/setsl0h.6ni. 


7 24 


4 36 


morn. 


9 1 


10, 




7 23 


4 37 


48 


10 17 


IK 


J Jay br. 5h 40m. 


7 22 


4 38 


1 40 


11 15 


12' 


| ^sl clock 9m. 


7 21 


4 39 


2 29 


morn. 


13 1 


r 1 S. aft. epiph. 


7 21 
7 20 


4 39 


3 16 


22 


14 2 


> $ sets 8h 6m 


4 40 


4 3 


1 26 


isi 


J 2 g r » elon. 


7 19 


4 41 


4 50 


2 28 


16' 


[ Jl Sets 9h 40m. 


7 18 


4 42 


5 37 


3 30 


17 £ 




7 18 


4 42 


6 25 


4 27 


nt 


i 6i 5 


7 17 


4 43 


7 14 


5 24 


19 ^ 


r £sets 8li 16m 


7 16 


4 44 


8 2 


6 13 


20 1 


? 2 aft. epiph. (^ eclipsed 


7 15 


4 45 


8 51 


f sets 


21 S 


I j) Apogee. 


7 14 


4 46 


9 38 


5 40 


22 £ 


\ ^sets9h20m. 


7 13 


4 47 


10 24 


6 37 


23' 


[ VVm. PUt,EarlofC.dl806 


7 12 


4 48 


11 9 


7 35 


24 £ 


» 


7 11 


4 49 


11 52 


8 34 


25 6 


Conv.St.Paul. % tets 9h9m 


7 10 


4 50 


a ft. 12 


9 34 


26" 


J sets 8h 2gsu. 


7 9 


4 51 


1 17 


10 28 


27 f 


' 3 aft. epiph. 


7 8< 


4 52 


2 


11 32 


28 2 


! Day or. 5h 30m. 


7 7< 


1 53 


2 45 


morn. 


29 3 


Geo . Jf|. died 1820. 


7 6^ 


i 54 


3 32 


36 


SO 4 


Charles 1st beheaded 


7 5; 


i 55 


4 24 


1 35 


SI 5 


Q si. clock 13m. 


7 3(4 57 


5 17 


2 45 



CALENDAR 

0/ £/*e Courts in this State, arranged Monthly* 

SUPERIOR COURTS. 
JANUARY. At New-Haven, Third Tuesday. 
Brooklyn, fourth, do. 



February has 28 days, beginning on Friday. 



Full mo. 4d. lh. 45m. aft. 
Last qr. lid. 8h. 27m. mom 



New mo. 19d. Oh. 33m. aft, 
First qr. 27c). 8h. 26m. mo. 



MtWi 



Calendar, &c. 



Ifv\r ir?>s.lF.sea ) rD§. 



116 
27 
3 F 



4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 

10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 



^ sets8h40m 2L sets8h 50m 
Purif. BVM. 
Septugaes.<5 ? V * 
{Per 
Aaatha. 

6©¥ 

2 sets 8h 51m 
Insets 8h. 9m. 
Day br 5h.l9m. 
Sexagesima 

Qsl. clock 15m, 

£set 9h. 2rn. 
Valentine. 

2/ set 8h.9m.M. 



7 
F 

12 
263 
27 4 
28|5 



Quinquages. ([ apog. 

ShroveT. O set 9h. 13m. M. 
AshW.2/set7h 46m. 
Days inc. lh 14m 
Day break 5h Washington 

[bom 1732. 
1st S, in lent. 
St. Matt. $set«9h 25m. 
^tset 7h 40m 

0sl Clock 13m. 



2 
1 

7 
6 59 
6 57 
6 56 
6 55 
6 54 
6 53 
6 51 
6 50 



58 


6 19 


59 


7 21 





8 24 


1 


9 26 


3 


10 25 


4 


11 21 


5 


morn. 


6 


13 


7 


1 4 


9 


1 53 i 


10 


2 41 


11 


3 29 


12 


4 18 


14 


5 7 


15 


5 56 


16 


6 45 


18 


7 33 


19 


8 19 


20 


9 5 


22 


9 49 


23 


10 32 


24 


11 15 


26 


11 58 


2? 


aft. 42 


28 


1 28 


30 


2 17 


31 


3 10 


32 


4 6 



3 48 

4 51 

5 48 
J) rise 

6 2§ 

7 38 

8 50 

10 3 

11 9 
morn* 

15 

1 10 



2 17 

3 13 

4 9 

4 54 

5 40 

6 16 
*)set. 

6 27 

7 25 

8 25 

9 26 

10 27 

11 23 
mom 

33 

1 35 



The Planet Venusf £ )vrill be evening star until the 17th 
o f May, thence morning star to theend of the year. 

SUPERIOR COURTS. 
FEBRUARY. At Hartford, second Tuesday. 
Litchfield, third, do. Middletown, fourth, do, 
COUNTY COURTS. 
At New-London, [a] Fairfield, [aj second, do* 



March ha s 3 1 days, beginning on Friday. 

Full mo. Sd.llh 



|w| Calendar, &c 

6 Jset 9h. 25m. 

7 7tst>ts7h. 30m. 
F 2d San. in Lent. 

2 ^) Perigee,day br.4h.50m 

3 high T's. 

4 2 <**' Elong. 

5 $ set9h.42m.M 

6 -^set 7h 14m 

7 (V)sl clock Urn. 
F 3d S. in lent. 

2 $ Perihel 

3 Greg- Martyr. 

4 9 se t. 9h. 52m, 

5 £ set midnight 

6 r?O^Z 

7 !> *l &. * 
F 4th in lent.M lent C apog. 

2 

3 9 sets 10h 

4 o ent r 

5 Ben. 

6 Day br. 4h 50m. 

7 7*ssetllh. 
p 5th in lent 

2 Ann. B.V.M. 

3 9 set lOh 8m M 

4 £ sets Oh 43m M 

5 ggr. elon. 

6 

7 J/ south midnight 

F 6th in lent. Palm Sunday 



l(v} r -l©s.iFseal 



6 26 
6 25 
6 23 
6 22 
6 21 
6 19 
6 18 
6 16 
6 15 
14 



341 5 

35 6 
37) 7 

38 8 

39 9 
41 10 
42 



New mo. 21d. 6h. 13m. mom 
First qr. 28d. 5h, 57m. aft. 
r. Js. 

~2~38 

3 48 

4 33 

5 25 
} nse 

6 29 

7 36 

8 43 

9 56 
11 10 
morn. 

12 

1 11 

2 9 

2 58 

3 47 

4 23 

4 59 

5 is 

5 57 
3 sets 

7 26 

8 27 

9 26 

10 26 

11 S3 
morn. 

33 

1 35 



9 
10 
>6 11 
r 6 13 
5 6 14 
>6 15 



10 5 

11 45 

morn 

35 

1 25 

2 15 
6 

56 
45 
34 
21 
8 
52 

8 36 

9 20 
10 3 

10 47 

11 33 
aft.12 

I 13 



2 37 

3 21 



SUPERIOR COURT. 

MARCH. At Norwich, third Tuesday. 

COUNTY COURTS. 

At Brooklyn, first Tuesday., 

New-Haven, third do 6 

Hartford, fourth, do. Tolland, fourth, do. 



April has 30 days, beginning on Monday, 

Full mo. 4d. 9h. o3in.nior.liNevv mo 
Last qr. lid. 7h. 20m. aft First qr 



, 19d. 9h, Im.ait. 
27d. Oh. 46m. morn. 



M|w| Calendar, &c. 


I0M0S.1 


F. sea. jr. J) s 


1J2| 


} per. 6 2/ 


5 


43 


6 17 


6 58 


4 9 


2^3 


2 set. 10h. 10m. 


5 


42 


6 18 


7 53 


4 47 


aU 


Daybr.3h.52m. 


5 


41 


6 19 


8 46 


5 24 


4^5 


St Ambrose, high t's 


5 


39 


6 21 


9 38 


J) rise 


56 


GoodFri. $ stat. 


5 


38 


6 22 


10 29 


7 47 


ff7 


7*s set lOh. 


5 


36 


6 24 


11 21 


8 57 


7F 


Easter day. 


5 


35 


6 25 


morn 


10 1£ 


8*2 


E. Mon. $setlOh 14m 


5 


34 


6 26 


12 


11 11 


93 


E. Tues. 


5 


32 


6 28 


1 4 


morn. 


1QJ4 
1?5 


([ runs low. 


5 


31 


6 29 


1 56 


9 




5 


30 


6 30 


2 46 


1 1 


1&6 


9 set 10h. 7m. 


5 


28 


6 32 


3 36 


1 4S 


I3 f 7 


i -]) . apogee. 


5 


27 


6 33 


4 24 


2 31 


i2f 


1 S.aft.E.'ow Sund. 


5 


26 


6 34 


5 11 


3 13 


l|2 


Inf. 6 O $ Cv anfi cl.even 


5 


24 


6 36 


5 56 


3 42 


1§S 


Day br. 3b. 40m. 


5 


23 


6 37 


6 40 


4 11 


If 


4 


5 25 


6 38 


7 24 


4 38 


18 


5 




5 


21 


6 39 


8 7 


5 1 


19 


5 


£ set 9h 57ni 


5 


19 


6 41 


8 51 


DsetS 


^0 


7 




5 


18 


6 42 


9 37 


7 28 


21 


P 


2 S. after easier 


5 


17 


6 43 


10 25 


8 33 


22 


2 


% set Midnight. 
7*s set 9h. bigh tides 


5 


15 


6 45 


11 16 


9 38 


23 


3 


5 


14 


6 46 


aft.12 


10 41 


24 


4 


Jup.ri. 4h.32m. M. 


5 


13 


6 47 


1 7 


11 44 


25' 


5 


Easter term begins. 


5 


12 


6 48 


2 5 


morn. 


2G 


6 


5 Stationary. 


5 


11 


6 49 


3 3 


41 


27 


7 


Q get 9b 34m 


5 


9 


6 51 


4 1 


1 32 


28 


F 


3d S aft easter 


5 


8 


6 52 


4 57. 


2 IS 


29 


2 


3 Perigee Mercury sta. 


5 


7 


6 53 


5 51 2 5§ 


3i 


3 




5 


6 


6 54 


6 43| 3 31 



SUPERIOR COURT. 
APRIL. At Tolland, third Tuesday. 

COUNTY COURTS. 
At Haddam, Tues. aft. 1st Monday. 

Litchfield, first Tuesday. Fairfield, third, do. 



May has 31 days, beginning on Wednesday* 



Full mo 3d. 7ii. 59m. aft. 


iNew mo. 19d.8h. 52m. morn. 


L? 


ist qr. lid, 2h. Om. aft. 


First qr.26d. £h. 63m. morn 


M| Wj Calendar, &c. ;Or.|^s.|Kse n.\r. ]) s. 


1 


4 


Elec. at Hartford 


5 :> 


6 55 


/ 7 33 


4 3 


2 


5 


$sec 9h. 10m. 


5 3 


6 57 


8 24 


4 24 


3 


6 


Invea cros3 High tides 


5 2 


6 58 


9 14 


d rise 


4 


7 




5 1 


6 59 


10 5 


7 52 


5 


F 


4th aft. E. 


5 


7 


10 57 


8 55 


i 


2 




4 49 


7 1 


11 49 


9 59 


7 


3 


St. John Evan. 


4 58 


7 2 


morn. 


10 52 


8 


4 


J set 8h. 36m. 


4 57 


7 3 


41 


11 46 


9 


5 


% n.3h.50m.M. 


4 56 


7 4 


1 3<! 


morn. 


10 


6 


Day or. 2h,54m. 


4 55 


7 5 


2 22 


22 


11 


7 


^apo. 


4 54 


7 6 


3 9 


1 8 


12 


F 


5th aft.E. R^Sun. 


4 53 


7 7 


3 55 


1 43 


13 


2 


Qgv. elongllO ft 


4 52 


7 8 


4 39 


2 12 


14 


3 


5 sets 7h. 49m. 


4 51 


7 9 


5 22 


2 40 


15 


4 


q fast cl. 4m. 
AscenH.Tuurs.Inf 6 O 9 


4 50 


7 10 


6 5 


3 7 


16 


5 


4 49 


7 11 


6 48 


3 S3 


17 


6 




4 48 


7 12 


7 33 


4 6 


18 


7 


(Jset llh,26m. 


4 47 


7 13 


8 20 


4 39 


19 


F 


Sund. aft. ascen. 


4 46 


7 14 


9 10 


J) sets 


20 


2 


Eas. term ends. 


4 45 


7 15 


10 4 


8 35 


21 


3 




4 44 


7 16 


11 1 


9 37 


22 


4 


High tides. 


4 43 


7 17 


aft. 1 


10 35 


23 


5 


\ sta. J) D S 


4 42 


7 18 


59 


11 32 


24 


6 


> perigee. 


4 42 


7 18 


1 58 


mora* 


25 


7 


U ri. 2h. 51m. M. 


4 41 


7 19 


2 54 


4 


26 


F 


Whit. Sund. 


4 40 


7 20 


3 48 


55 


27 


2 


W. Mon. 


4 39 


7 21 


4 39 


1 30 


26 


3 


W T.ues- 


4 39 


7 21 


5 29 


2 5 


29 


4 


Day br. 2h. 30m. 


4 38 


7 22 


6 17 


% 36 


30 


5 




4 37 


7 23 


7 6 


3 7 


31 


6 




4 37 [7 23 


7 56 


3 39 



There are no Courts kolden in this Month. 



June has 3 days, beg inning on Saturday. 



^ull mo. 2d.7h.5mTmorn. 
Jl^iqr^lOd. 71i. 34m, in or, 
M ^l Calendar, &c. 
1 



% 



7 ( 9 rise 3h. 25m. M, 
F Trin. Sun. % r.2b.24ui. 
-2k setl0h.55m 
4 3 George III. born 1738. 

5 Day br.2h 15m. 

6 Trio. term begin*, .gstat 
D perigee. ^ri.Sh.M. 

SFtst S.afuT. 

10J2 

St. Barn. 

nob 

$ri.2h. 45m. M. 
IJLvU lh.40m. M. 

2d S. a ft. Trin. 

rfset loh. 16m. 
? ri. 2b. 17m. M. 
}per. high tidas. 
0ent.25 
Day br. 2h. l&m. 
3d aft. Trin. 
Nat. St. John B. 
^rise 2h. 15m.M # 
l^rise Oh. 56m. * 
Tvin. Uim ends. 

St. Peter. 
4thS.aft.Trin. 



First qr.24d. 10h.41m.morn 




JUNE. At Hartford I, second Tuesday. 

Litchfield, third do y 

Danbuiy, fourth do*. 

™ e £' Tues ' foL fou rth, do. 
At ~ T . BOUNTY COURTS. 
At New-London, second Tuesday, N. Haven, 4th d*. 



July has 31 days, beginning on Monday. 



Full mo. Id. 7ii- 46m. alt. 
Last qr.9d. Ilh. 20m, aft. 
New mo. 17d 2h 23tn.morn 



First qr. 23d.4h.47m.aft. 
Fullmo.31tl.10hl5m.morn. 



Calendar, &C |©r.|(?^s.F.3e.I jr. D 9. 



M1W1 



J 


2 


(Leclipse fir.Oh. 36m. 


4 31 


7 29 


9 9 


Ml rise 


2 


3 


Visit. B V M. 


4 32 


7 28 


9 59 


8 15 


3 


4 


V ri- 2h. m. 


4 32 


7 28 


10 48 


8 50 


4 


3 


Independence '75 


4 33 


7 27 


11 36 


9 34 


6 


6 


Day br. 2h. 16m. 


4 33 


7 27 


morn. 


10 5 


6 


7 


3 «pog. 


4 33 


7 27 


21 


10 36 


7 


F 


5th aft. Triru"yri.0h.l3m. 


4 34 


7 26 


1 4 


11 2 


8 


2 


§ri. lh. 50m. M. 


4 34 


7 26 


1 46 


11 28 


9 


3 


£ south 2h. 34m. 


4 35 


7 25 


2 28 


11 52 


10'4 


7*t ri. Oh. 50m. 


4 36 


7 24 


3 10 


morn. 


115 


Retolution com. 1789* 


4 36 


7 24 


3 54 


18 


12:6 


CO si. cl. 5m. 


4 37 


7 23 


4 39 


52 


13j7 


2 ri. lb.43m. Iff. 


4 38 


7 22 


5 29 


1 23 


14|F 


6th S- aft. Trin. 


4 38 


7 22 


6 22 


1 57 


W2 


1/_ri.llh.50m. 


4 39 


7 21 


7 20 


2 50 


16 3 


Stony-Point taken 1779 


4 40 


7 20 


8 21 


3 43 


17 4 


©eclip. 


4 40 


7 20 


9 23 


M.sefc 


185 


j) perigee. 


4 41 


7 19 


10 25 


8 54 


10 6 


9 ri. lh. 38m. M. 


4 42 


7 18 


11 24 


9 24 


20 7 


Tin. Ilh. 29m. 


4 43 


7 17 


aft. 20 


9 59 


21' F 


7th aft. Trin. 


4 43 


7 17 


1 13 


10 34 


22 2 


(Jsouth 2h. 12m. M. 


4 44 


7 16 


2 3 


11 £ 


23 


3 




4 45 


7 15 


2 52 


11 36 


24 


4 


Z ri. lh. 38m. M. 


4 46 


7 14 


3 41 


mora 


25 


5 


Dog days begin. 


4 47 


7 13 


4 30 


5 


26 


6 


fgr. elon. Sgr. elon. 


4 48 


7 12 


5 20 


4& 


27 


7 


nvn. 


4 49 


7 11 


6 10 


1 18 


28 


F 


8 aft. Trin. 


4 50 


7 10 


7 1 


1 50 


29 


2 


First newspaper inEng.1538 


4 51 


7 9 


7 52 


2 45 


30 


3 


Day br. 2h 40m. 


4 52 


7 8, 


8 42 


3 40 


31 


4 


Wm. Penn died 1718 


4 53 


7 7| 9 30 


<T rise 



SUPREME COURT OF ERRORS. 
JULY. At Middletown, [a] second Tuesday. 
New-London, [a] third, do. 

Brooklyn, fourth, do. 

Tolland, Tues. fol. fourth, do. 



August has 31 days, beginning on Thursday. 



Last qr. 8j In. 9m. alter. 
New mo, 15rt.9h.4Bm. mo. 



First qr.22r1.lh.52m. morn. 
Full mo. 30d.2h. 3m. mo. 



M1\V| Calendar, &c. I© r.l©s,l F.s. ir. 3) aa, 


1 


5 


Lammas, 9 ri. lh.31m. 


4 54 


7 


6 


10 IB 


8 g 


2 


6 


^apog. *J|*W lOh. 38m. 


4 55 


7 


5 


11 


8 36 


2 


7 


7*s rise llh. 


4 56 


7 


4 


11 43 


9 5 


4 


F 


9 af. Trin. 


4 47 


7 


3 


morn. 


9 30 


5 


2 




4 58 


7 


2 


24 


9 55 


6 


3 


Transfig. of our Lord 


4 59 


i 


1 


1 6 


10 21* 


7 


4 


lV of Jesus 


5 


7 





1 48 


10 48 


8 


5 


Qri. lb. 32m. M. 


5 1 


6 


59 


2 32 


11 21 


9 


6 


i/ri. 10h. 12*1. 


5 2 


6 


50 


3 19 


11 55 


10 


7 


St. Law. 


5 4 


6 


56 


4 10 


morn. 


11 


F 


10 aft. Trin. 


5 5 


6 


55 


5 4 


36 


22 


2 


Mars south lh.30 


5 6 


6 


54 


6 2 


1 31 


13 


8 


$ri. In. 36m. 


5 7 


6 


53 


7 4 


2 27 


14 


i 


2/ ri. 9h. 54m. 


5 8 


6 


52 


8 6 


3 33 


15 


5 


J) Per. 


5 9 


6 


51 


9 8 


j)setg 


S6 


6 




5 10 


6 


50 


10 7 


7 59 


«? 


7 


Day br. 3h.30m. 


5 12 


6 


48 


11 3 


8 35 


18 


F 


11 aft.Trin. 


5 13 


6 


47 


11 57 


9 5 


19 


2 


0. ri. lb. 41m. 


5 14 


6 


46 


*ft.48 


9 37 


so 


3 


2/ri. 9h. 34m. 


5 16 


6 


44 


1 39 


10 9 


21 


4 


7*s ri. 10h. 


5 17 


6 


43 


2 29 jO 45 


22 


5 


inf. 9 0$ 


5 18 


6 


42 


3 20 


11 21 


23 


6 




5 19 


6 


41 


4 11 


morn. 


94 


7 


St. Bart 


5 21 


6 


39 


5 2 


1 


25 


F 


12 aft. Trin 2/ station. 


5 22 


6 


30 


5 53 


51 


26 


2 


o. ri.lh. 47 in. 


5 23 


6 


tn 


6 44 


1 42 


27 


3 


2£ri.9th. 10m. 


5 25 


6 


35 


7 32 


2 38 


23 


4 


St. August. 


5 26 


6 


34 


8 19 


3 34 


29 


5 


St. J.B. behead. 


5 27 


6 


33 


9 4 


4 10 


SO 


6 


J) Per. 


5 28 


6 


32 


9 47 


Mrise 


31 


71 


5 30 


6 


30 


10 29 


7 40 



SUPERIOR COURTS. 
AUGUST. At New-Haven, second Tuesday 
Litchfield, third do. ^Haddam, fourth do. 

COUNTY COURTS. 
At Hartford, second do. 

Brooklyn, second do. Tolland, fourth do. 



September ha8 30 days, beginning on Sunda y, 

Last qr. 7<i.0h- 8m. morn. i First qr. S3u5hT^5in!aftf 
New mo. 1 3d. 5h. 30rn. aft. J Full mo. 2Hd. 6h 39m. aft. 



MjWT 



Calendar, &cc Iffi r.;(v)s.[F.se n.|r "J e 



1 
* 
3 
4 

5 



T 

8 

9 

10 

11 

15 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

£0 

22 
22 



FJ131M 

2 
3 



ait. 



Trin. $ sta . 
6 $ 12. 2L TU 8h. 64m 
$ri.2h. D. days end, 
7*s ri. 9h. 



24 3 

25 4 
26 
27 
£8 

29 F 
SQ|7 



ay br. 3h. 53m. 
ifij 8h. 26m. 
14 aft. Trin. 
Nat. B. V, M. 

$Sou, lh. .Mf 
? ri. 2h« 20m. 



15 aft. Trin. 
Wf'ast. cl. 4 en. 
Lambert. 

Day br. 4h. 16m. 

ri 2h. 36m. 
Jup. ri.7h. 41m. 
St. Matt. 

16 aft. Trin. Q ent. ^ 
7* rise 8h. 

9 rise 2h.49m. 

3 apogee 

2/ ri. 7h. 12m. 



17 aft. Trin.* 
St. Jerome. 



Sb 



31 


16 29 


11 11 


3 ~3 


32 


6 28 


11 53 


8 30 


33 


6 27 


morn. 


8 51 


35 


6 25 


36 


9 24 


36 


6 24 


1 21 


9 59 


37 


6 23 


2 10 


10 35 


39 


6 21 


3 1 


11 26 


40 


6 20 


3 56 


moro. 


41 


6 19 


4 55 


17 


43 


6 1? 


5 55 


1 23 


44 


6 16 


6 56 


2 30 


45 


6 15 


7 56 


3 46 


47 


6 13 


8 54 


J) sets 


48 


6 12 


9 49 


7 8 


49 


6 11 


10 43 


7 42 


51 


6 9 


11 36 


8 13 


52 


6 8 


a ft. 28 


8 48 


54 


6 6 


1 20 


9 21 


55 


6 5 


2 13 


10 4 


56 


6 4 


3 6 


10 48 


58 


6 2 


3 58 


11 37 


59 


6 1 


4 49 


morn* 





6 


5 38 


35 


2 


5 58 


6 25 


1 34 


3 


5 57 


7 11 


2 33 


4 


5 56 


7 55 


3 33 


6 


5 64 


■8 37 


4 33 


7 


5 53 


9 19 


3) rise 


9 5 5l|l0 : 


6 42 


ioJ 


5 50 


10 44 


7 9 



SUPERIOR COURTS. 
SEPTEMBER. At New London, second Tuesday 
Hartford, fourth do. 

Danbury, fourth do. 

COUNTY COURT, 

At Litchfield, do. 



October has 31 days, beginning on Tuesday, 



Last qi.6d.llh.22m.moin. 
New mo.l3rl.3h.20mmorn. 



First qr. 20d. 7h. 17m. morn. 
Full mo. 28cl. llh. lm. morn. 



M w| Calendar, &c. |g)r.[(v)sT|F.sea.|r. "j) 9. 



1 ^ri.6h.65m. 


6 11 


5 49111 59 


7 36 


2 ri 3h. M. 


6 13 


5 47 


morn. 


8 5 




6 14 


5 46 


16 


8 44 


Sup. 6 OMerc. 


6* 16 


5 44 


1 6 


9 30 


Daybr. 4h. 42m, 


6 17 


5 43 


1 59 


10 i«e 


18 aft. Trin. 


6 18 


5 42 


2 55 


11 18 


$ri. 3h.l7m. 


6 20 


5 40 


3 53 


mom. 




6 21 


5 39 


4 52 


21 




6 22 


5 38 


5 50 


1 22 


7*s;ri. 7h. 


6 24 


5 36 


6 46 


2 44 


^perigee. 


6 25 


5 35 


7 42 


3 58 




6 26 


5 34 


8 35 


5 13 


19th aft. Trin. 


6 28 


5 32, 


9 28 


Dset 


V ri. 3h. 34m. 


6 30 


5 30 


10 22 


6 51 


Qfast el. 15m. 


6 31 


5 29 


11 15 


7 26 


Day br. 4h. 50m. 


6 32 


5 28 


aft. 12 


8 7 


Uri. 6h. 


6 34 


5 26 


1 3 


8 48 


St. Luke. 


6 35 


5 25 


1 57 


9 41 


5ri.3h.55m. 


6 36 


5 24 


2 49 


10 34 


20th aft. Trin. 


6 38 


5 22 


3 40 


11 27 




6 39 


5 21 


4 28 


morn. 


9 Perh. 


3 40 


5 20 


5 14 


21 


J apogee. #0 % . 


6 42 


5 19 


5 59 


1 24 




6 44 


5 16 


6 41 


2 23 


$ ri, 4h. 


6 45 


5 15 


7 23 


3 27 


Jup. ri. 5h. 17m. 


6 47 


5 13 


8 5 


4 27 


20ih aft. T. S «ou. midnt. 


6 48 


5 12 


8 47 


5 * 


St. Simon & Jude. 


6 49 


5 11 


9 32 


]>rise 


# station. 


6 50 


5 10 


10 18 


6 11 




51 


5 9 


11 8 


6 51 




6 52 


5 8 


morn. 


7 30 



46 

57 

6 F 

72 

8 3 

94 
10 5 
116 

12 7 

13 F 
142 

15 3 

16 4 

17 5 

18 6 

19 7 

20 F 

21 2 

22 3 

23 4 

24 5 

25 6 

26 7 

27 F 

28 2 
89 3 
8O4 
gl 2 , 

SUPERIOR COURTS. 
OCTOBER. At Brooklyn, first Tuesday. 

Tolland, third do. 

COUNTY COURT. 
At Middletowu, third do. 



November has 30 days, beginning on Friday, 



*-ast qr. 4d. 8h. 3>n. alt. 
New mo. lid. lh. 7m. aft. 



First qr. 19d. 3h. 16m. mor. 
Full mo. 27d.2h. 33m. morn. 



3W 


w| Calendar, &c. | vYjr.l(^)s.|F.sea.ir. } •• 


1 


6' (All Saints. 60S 


6 53.5 7 


2 ; 8 1?. 


2 


7 All Souls $ri. 4h. 17m. 
F 122 aft. TriD. 


6 54 


5 6 


55 9 10 


3 


6 55 


5 6 


1 62 10 3 


4 


2 




6 67 


5 3 


2 40 11 


5 


3 




6 58 


5 2 


3 46 


morn. 


6 


4 




6 59 


5 1 


4 41 


16 


7 


5 




7 


5 


5 34 


1 38 


8 


6 


J Perigee. Mich. Term. 


7 1 


4 59 


6 26 


2 5* 


9 


7 


Day br. 5b.25m. 


7 3 


4 57 


7 18 


4 8 


10 


F 


23 af. Tr. D O ft • 


7 4 


4 56 


8 9 


5 21 


11 


2 


StMartin.high tides. 


7 5 


4 55 


9 2 


Dsets 


12 


3 


O fast cl. 16m. 
9 ri.41).44m.M. 
-^ri. 5h. M. 
7*3 Sou. midnight. 


7 6 


4 54 


9 55 


5 58 


13 


4 


7 7 


4 53 


10 49 


6 42 


14 


5 


7 8 


4 52 


11 44 


7 26 


tf 


6 


7 9 


4 51 


|aft.38 


8 23 


16 


7 




7 10 


4 50 


1 31 


9 19 


17 


F 


24 af. Tr. 


7 11 


4 49 


2 21 


10 16 


18 


2 




7 12 


4 48 


3 8 


11 16 


19 


3 


Merc. Gr. elon. 


7 13 


4 47 


3 53 


morri. 


20 


4 


J) apo. 9 ri.5h.M. 


7 14 


4 46 


4 35 


18 


21 


5 




7 15 


4 45 


5 17 


1 16 


22 


6 


Of. cl.l4m. 
St. Clem. 


7 16 


4 44 


5 58 


2 14 


23 


7 


7 17 


4 43 


6 40 


3 12 


24 


F 


25 aft Trin. 


7 18 


4 42 


7 22 


4 10 


#> 


2 


$ ri. 5h 14m. M. 


7 19 


4 41 


8 8 


5 12 


26 


3 


-)£set 4h*M. 


7 19 


4 41 


8 57 


6 15 


27 


4 




7 20 


4 40 


9 49 


Crise 


28 


5 


Mich, term ends. 


7 21 


4 39 


10 44 


6 11 


29 


6 


Qklerc. sta. 


7 22 


4 38 


11 41 


7 2 


30 


7 


6l. Andrews. 


7 22 


4 38 


morn. 


S 11 



COUNTY COURTS* 
NOVEMBER. At Hartford, second Tuesday. 
Norwich, second do. 
Danbury, third do. 

New-Haven, fourth do. 



December has 31 days, beginning on Sunday, 



Last q» . 4d.3h. 43m. morn. First qr. 19ci. Oh. 43m, mom. 
New uno.lld.2h.24m.morn. Full mo.26d. 4h. 43m. after. 



m|w| 



Calendar, &c. (©^(CM-lF.sea jr. } g 



I 

2 
3 

44 
65 



5 

7 
$ 

02 
10 3 
11,4 

5 

6 

7 
F 
2 
3 



12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
Si 
£2 



£5 

26 

&7j6 

2#7 

291 F 

30 

SI 3 ! 



Advent. Jup. set 2h.39m. 
9 ri.5h. 25m. 
Day br.5h.27m. 
3) Per. 

Nicholas* 

Jup.sets 2h.l0m. M. 

2 in advent. 
Concep. B.V.M. 

C^fast cl. 7m. 

9 ri. 5h,47m.M. 
21 set lh.40m. 

3 in advent. 
7* south 10b. 
Day br, 5h.28m. 
])apog. 
Mercury station. 

? rfc 6b.M . 
St.Tho. Ksta. 

4 in lent. {v)ent,J*P 

T|set 0h.50m. 
Christ mas. 

St. Steph. } Eclipsed 
Innocents, high tides. 

1st aft. Chiiet. 

QinPerigee. 



23 
24 

24 

25 

25 

26 

26 

2 1 

27 

28 

28 

28 

29 

29 

29 

29 

30 

30 

30 

30 

30 

30 

30 

30 

30 



/4 37 
4 36 
4 36 
4 35 
4 35 
4 34 
4 34 
4 33 
33 
32 
32 
32 
31 
31 
3] 
31 
30 
30 
30 
30 
30 
30 
30 
30 
30 
30 
31 
31 
31 
3^ 
32 



39/ 9 20 



10 24 

11 2£ 
morn, 

3S 



43 
5$ 
13 

21 



50 
36 

19 
1 

42 

22 

4 

58 

34 
24 
19 
16 
16 
15 



morn. 

IS 

1 7 



1 
2 
4 
5 

6 2S 
C set 

5 55 

6 54 

7 64 

8 54 

9 54 

10 51 

11 48 
mom. 

5^ 

1 47 

2 36 

3 46 

4 56 

5 51 
>is*. 

5 38 

6 4$ 

7 54 
9 6 

10 18 



SUPERIOR COURT. 
DECEMBER. At Fairfield, last 

COUNTY COURTS. 

At Brooklyn, second 
Litchfield, third 
Tolland, fourth 



Tuesday. 

do. 
do. 
do. 



ROADS. 



17 



ROABS. 



Old Road /rem Boston to 

York. 
To Cambridge 
Waiertown 
Waltham 
Weston 
Sunbuiy 
Marlborough 
Northborough 
Shrewsbury 
Worcester 
Leicester 
Spencer 
Brookfield 
Weston 
Palmer 
Wilbraham 
Springfield 
Suffield 
Windsor 
Hartford 
Berlin 

Meriden 

Wallingford 

New Haven 

Milford 

Stratford 

Bridgeport 

Fairfield 

Saugatuc 

Not walk 

Darien 

Stamford 

Horseneck 

Rye 

East Chester 

West Farms 

Harlaem Bridge 

New-York 



New 

3 

4 



From Boston lo Hart'd. 123 

Hartford to N. York 112 

Whole distance 235 

Hartford to Windsor , VL 

Springfield 23 

Northampton 1$ 

Dee.field 28 

Putney 23 

Charlestons 20 

Windsor 18 

New-London to Newport. 

Westerly 15 

Tower Hill 25 

Naraganset Ferry 3 
\Newport 



10 
Gj 

9 

9 

5 

4 

4 

6 

4 
Bi 
4i 

5 

5 

10 

4 



New- York to Washington* 



I Princeton 52 

) Philadelphia 94 

I Wilmington 123 

) Susquehannah (Havre) 158 
\ Baltimore 132 

> Gents £14 

I Washington 227 

Post Road from Boston to 
Hertford. 
i Farmington 20 

I Worcester 18 

) Slurbridge 13 

I Stafford 16 

| Vernon 12 

i Hartford 14 

i Turnpike from New London 
! to Providence and Boston. 
) Mystic, Williams's 7^ 

\ N. Slonington, Miner's fr£ 
4 Hopkinton City 2Jt 

8 West Greenwich, Blake's IS 
— 'Providence 16i 

2 



18 



ROADS. 



lieetou 42 

Whole distance 92£ 

From New-London to Nor- 
wich and Boston. 

To Montville 7 

Norwich 6 

Jewett's City 8 

Plainfield 7 

Sterling 4 

Scituate 11 

Providence 15 

Attleborough 12 

Walpolo 10 

Dedham 10 

'Boston 10 



Glastenbury, Welles's 10 
Hartford 4 3-4 
Total 42 3-4 



From Hartford to Albany. 
Northingtou 
N. Hartford 
Winchester 
Norfolk 
Sheffield 

Great Barrington 
W. Srockbridge 
N. Canaan 
Chatham 
Nassau Village 
Schodack 
Albany, Skinner's 



Total 100 
From Boston to Portland 
Lynn 

Salem 12 
Ipswich 

Kewburyport 12 

Hampton 15 

Portsmouth 10 

Keunebeck 29 

Portland 27 



II? 



Total 

New- London to New Haven 
Lyme 
Say brook 
Killingworth 
Guilford 

Brandford, Barker's 
Ifiw Haven 



10 

10 
* 

i 8 
14 
6 
10 
8 
6 
4 
6 
6 

Total 94 

New Turnpike Road from N 
Haven to Norwich and 
Providence, R. !• 

From N. H. by N. Bran- 
ford to Essex Ferry SO 

Essex Ferry to Salem 

cross roads ©J 

Thence to Norwich city 10§ 
Total 50 

From Norwich by Preston 
& Voluntcwn to Prov. 33 
Thence to Boston 42 



Total 



Total ISO 

From Albany to Buffalo. 

Schenectady 16 

Amsterdam 16 

Johnston 1$ 

Palatine 14 

Ntw -London to Hartford. 'Herkimer 17 

Montville, Turner's 8 Utica, Shcpard's 16 

Sale m, 6 Vernon 19 

Colchester, 6 Lenox 10 

Marlborough, $ Manlius 14 



53 



DISTANCES OF CAPITALS 


FROM WASHINGTON. 19 


Marcellus 


17|Windham 14 


Skeneatel©s 


10 Hartford 3© 


Auburn 


6 


70 


Cayuga 


4 


Post Road from Hartford to 


Geneva 


6 


Providence. 


-G or ham 


10 


ManchcsterlO Coventry 16 


Canandaigua 


6 


Mansfield 7 Ashford 3 IS 


East Bloomfield 


•6 


Killingly Centre, 1 4 


West Bloomfield 


5 


Gloucester 3 Scituate 3 16 


Lima 5 Avon 3 


8 


Providence 15 J 


Caledonia 


7 


Total 694 


Batavia 


18 


Middle Road from Boston ts 


Buffalo 


36 


Hartford. 


From Canandaigua to JW. 


Dedham 10 


agara Fails, 




Pomfret 47 


Genesee River 


til 


Hartford 40 


Batavia 


27 


97 


Buffalo Creek 


36 


From Hartford io *V- Haven, 


Niagara Falls 


21£ 


through Middletown. 


HI 




Middletown 15 


From Providence to Hartford 


Northford 12 


Plainfieid 


3C 


New Haven 11 




in Iti 




""■ OH 


Distances from Washington to the Capitals of all 


the States- 


—JVIain Post Road. 


Northern Route* 


Southern Route. 


To Baltimore 


38 


Richmond, Va, 123 


Wilmington, Del. 


111 


FayeUville,N. C. 348 


Philadelphia 


137 


Columbus, Ohio, 418 


Trenton, N. J. 


170 


Charleston, S. C. 544 


New York 


227 


Frankfort, Ken. 565 


New Haven 


304 


Indianapolis, Ind. 60S 


Middletown 


329 


Savannah, Geo. 657 


Hartford 


336 


Murfreesboro' Ten,. 708 


New London 


360 


Vandalia, Illinois, 781 


Norwich 


373 


St. Louis, Miso. 856 


Providence 


410 


Tuscaloosa, Alab. 8'JO 


Boston 


436 


Monticeilo, Missis. 1230 


Portsmouth, N. II, 


492 


New Orleans, Low. 1203 


Montpelier, Vt. 


534 


Tallahassee, Florida. 896 


Portland, Me. 


554 


Lnttle Rock, Arkansas, 1068 


£a*t|K>r.t 


*sa 


Detroit, Michigan, 52$ 



20 



TABLE OF INTEREST. 



INTEREST TABLE, 


j 


able of simple Interest at 6 per cent, in Dolls, fct Cts. 


i'rincipa* \l vv.|l n\.\ 3 «n, 6m.|i yr. 


D. C.jD. C. D. C.JD. C. |D. C. 




CExNTS 10(0 0,0 


01 







20 o|o 








1 - 




30 


00 








2, 




40 











1 


3* 




50 











2 


6 




Dollars l 


o o 





C 1 


3 


12 




2 


o o 


1 


3 


6 


18 




3 


o o 


1 


O 4 


9 


24 




4 


o 


2 


6 


12 


30 




5 


o o 


3 


7 


15 


60 




10 


1 


5, 15 


30 


20 




20 


2 


10- SO 


60 


1 80 




30 


3 


15 45 


90 


1 40 




40 


5 


20 60 


1 20 


6 




50 


6 


25 ! 75 


1 50 


2 




100 


012 


50 1 50 


3 


3 




20C 


25 


10 3 


6 


12 




30C 


37 


1 50 4 50| 9 


18 O 




400 


50 


2 0! 6 0[l2 024 




500p0 62 


2 50j 7 50 15 30 () 




100C 


\\i 25 


5 0)15 0|30 ! 60 



QfCf* To find the interest of any particular sum for 
any certain time, multiply the sum by the number of 
months, take one half of the product, and you will find 
the two right hand figures to be cents — the remainder, 
on the lelt hand are dollars, which is the answer. If 
there be cents, in the sum, after you have multiplied 
as above, you will find the two right hand figures to be 
fractions, the two next, cents, and the remainder in 
dollars. 



TABLE OF CENTS. 



21 



A TABLE 

Showing the value of any number of Cents from one to 
one hundred, in shillings, pence, anil farthings. 



cts 

1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

1 25 



*/• f.-cts 
0*3 26 

1 227 

2 1'28 

3 029 

3 330 

4 2 : 31 

5 1 32 
5 333 



8 03 

8 3,3 

9 1{3 

10 39 



10 3 

112 

1 1 



(If. cts s. d. fids.lii. d.f. 



6 3 513 

7 2' '52 3 

8 li533 

9 0/54J3 

9 3>55 ! 3 



1 10 2 
I 11 1 
1 11 3 

2 

1 1 

2 
2 
3 



4 

4 

5 

6 

7 

7 

8 

9 

9 
10 
11 l| 





376 

1 277 

2 1 78 

3 0,79 

3 3|80 

4 1|81 

5 82 

5 383 

6 2 84 

7 185 

8 86 

8 3',s7 

9 1 88 
64|3 10 089 
65 ! 3 10 3-.90 
66*3 11 2 91 

1 



563 

57J3 
58'3 
5913 
60 3 



67<4 
684 
,69:4 

1704 
71J4 
724 
734 

74 ! 4 

754 



6 

7 2 

8 1 

9 
9 3 

10 2 

11 1 
11 3 

2 

1 1 

2 

2 3 

3 1 

4 

4 3 

5 2 
6 
7 



100 6 



Money accounts of the United States are to be ex- 
pressed in Dollars or Units, Dimes or Tenihs, Cents 
.or Hundredths, and Mills or Thousandths. A Dime 
being the tenth part of a Dollar, a Cent the hund- 
redth part of a Dollar, and a Mill the thousandth 
part of a Dollar. 



22 TABL E OF GOLD COINS, 

VALUE OF GOLD COINS CONSIDERED 
AS BULLION. 

American and Foreign Gold, being considered as Bul- 
lion, an estimate of its value may be made by calcula- 
ting its worth at the following rates, being the standard 
valuation by the government to regulate the currency of 
foreign gold, in the United States, in conformity to Acts 
of Congress, passed 29th of April, A. D. 1816. 

AMERICAN, ENGLISH: AND PORTUGUESE GOLD. 

The Gold Coin of America, Great Britain and Portu- 
gal, are all of the same standard, and are valued at 88* 
89 and 100 cents to the Dwt- or at 27 grs. to the dollar ; 
or Dwts. Grs. 

The weight of one dollar is 1 03 

do. 500 dollars 562 12 

do. 10,000 dollars 11,250 00 

FRENCH GOLD. 

The Gold Coin of France is valued at 87 1-4 cents the 
dwt. or 27 1-2 grains to the dollar ; therefore 

Dwts. Grs. 
The weight of one dollar, is 1 04 

do. 500 dollars, is 573; 07 

do. 10,000 dollars, is 11,461 08 

SPANISH GOLD. 

This coin is valued, agreeably to Acts of Congress at 
84 cents to the dollar, or at 28 1-2 grains to the dollar, 

Dwts. Grs. 

The weight of one dollar, is I 06 

do. 500 dollars, is 595 6 

do. 10,000 dollars, is 11,904 18 

Doabloons, it will be observed, are received by the 
Banks at $14 60 each ; but they are generally in such 
demand as to sell for at least $15 each among Brokers 
and others, and are variable from this price to sixteen 
dollars each, but seldom command the latter price* 



WEIGHT AND VALUE OF COI NS. 23 

A TABLE 

Of the true or standard weight of the Coins generally 
in circulation ; witli the prices at which they are at all 
times current at the several Banks in the United States ; 
but frequently at a considerable premium in market. 

WEIGHT OF AMERICAN GOLD. 

Dwts. gr. Parval. 

An Eagle should weigh 11 6 $10 00 

half do. 5 15 5 00 

quarter do. 2 19 1-2 2 50 



ENGLISH 


GOLD. 




A Guinea should weigh 


5 8 


4 66 


half do. 


2 16 


2 33 


third of a Guinea 


1 18 2-3 


1 55 


quarter do. 


1 08 


1 161-2 


Sovereign 


5 03 


4 44 


half do. 


2 13 1-2 


2 22 


third do. 


1 17 


1 38 


quarter do. 


1 6 3-4 


1 11 


FRENCH 


GOLD. 




A Guinea should weigh 


5 00 


4 36 


half do. 


2 12 


2 18 


Napoleon, (or 20 Fr. pieces) 


4 03 


3 60 


PORTUGUESE GOLD. 




Johannas should weigh 


18 00 


16 00 


half do. 


9 00 


8 00 


Moidore 


6 22 


6 00 


SPANISH GOLD. 




Doubloons should weigh 


17 08 


14 60 


half do. 


8 16 


7 30 


quarter do. 


4 08 


3 65 


eighth do. 


2 04 


1 87 1-2 


sixteenth do. 


1 02 


93 3-4 


SILVER. 




Spanish Dollars 


17 08 


I QQ 



24 



TABLE OF FOREIGN COINS, &C. 



A TABLE of various Foreign Coins, 


<Src. with 


their value in Federal Money. 




Sixteenth of a Dollar, 





03 21-2 


Real Plate of Spain, 





10 9 


English sixpence 





11 1 


Livre Tournois of France 





18 5 


Franc of France 





18 71-2 


English shilling 





22 2 


Marc Banco of Hamburgh 





23 


Florin or Guilder of the U. Netherlands 


40 


Half dollar 





50 


Rupee of Bengal 





50 


Rix dollar of Denmark and Sweden 




00 


Rouble of Russia 




00 o 


Crowns of England and France 




11 


Milrea of Portugal 




24 


Tale of China 


1 


43 


Pagoda of India 


1 


84 


French Pistole 


3 


66 7 


Spanish Pistole 


3 


77 3 


Pound of Ireland 


4 


10 


Pound Sterling ot Great Britain 


4 


44 


French Guinea 


3 


60 


English Guinea 


4 


65 7 


Moidore 


6 


08 


Doubloon 


14 


93 4 


Johannas 


16 


00 


WEIGHT AND VALUE OF AMERICAS 


COINS. 


Names. dwts. grs. 




dols. GtS. 


Eaale 11 6 




10 00 


Half Eagle 5 15 




5 00 


Quarter Eagle 2 191-2 


2 50 


Dollar 17 7 




1 00 


Half Dollay 6 16 




50 


Quarter Dollar 4 8 




25 


Dime 1 18 




10 


Half Dime 21 




5 



GOVERNMENT OF CONNECTICUT. 25 



GOVERNMENT OF 

CONNECTICUT. 

EXECUTIVE AND LEGISLATIVE DEPARTMENTS. 



HIS EXCELLENCY 

JOHN S. PETERS, Governor. 

Salary, $1100. 

THADDEUS BETTS, Lieut. Governor. 

Salary, $300. 





SENATORS. 


District No. 1. 


Samuel B. Woodward 


a 


a 2. 


Andrew Denison, 


a 


" 3. 


Tracy Peck, 


it 


" 4. 


Wm. W. Boardman, 


il 


« 5. 


John Pierce, 


ii 


" 6. 


Charles Shelton, 


ti 


" 7. 


Sam'l F. Denison, 


(( 


" 8. 


Roger Huntington, 


it 


" 9. 


Charles J. VCurdy, 


ii 


" 10. 


Cyrus H. Beardslee, 


ti 


11 11. 


Jacob Beers, 


ti 


" 12. 


Charles Hawley, 


ii 


" 13. 


Philip Pearl, jun. 


ti 


" 14. 


Stephen F. Palmer, 


it 


" 15. 


Wm. G. Williams, 


it 


" 16. 


Calvin Butler, 


ii 


" 17. 


Ch\rles F. Sedgwick. 


ti 


" 18. 


John Stewart, 


it 


" 19. 


George Pratt, 


ii 


" 20. 


Walter R. Kibbe, 


ii 


<? 21. 


Jabez L. White, jr. 



Charles Chapman, Clerk of the Senate. 



26 REPRESENTATIVES. 

Isaac Spencer, Esq. Treasurer. 

Seth P. Beers, Esq. Commissioner of the School 
Fund. 

Elisha Phelps, Esq. Comptroller of Public Ac- 
counts. 

James Thomas, John Russ, Esq's. Auditors of Pub- 
lie Accounts. 



ROLL OF THE HOUSE of REPRESENTATIVES. 

Hon. Martin Welles, Speaker. 
Nathaniel Perry, William H. Law, Esq's. Clerks. 

Hartford, Thomas K. Brace, Joseph Trumbull. 

Avon, Nathan Case. 

Berlin, Ira E.Smith, Russel Clark. 

Bristol, Charles Byington. 

Burlington, Gad Frisbie, 

Canton, Ezra Adams, jr. 

East Hartford, Ralph Pitkin, Daniel Easton. 

East- Windsor, Epaphras L. Phelps, Abner Reed. 

Enfield, Ephraim P. Prudden, John King. 

Farmington, Lemuel Whitman, Egbert Cowles. 

Glastenbury, George Covill, Gideon Welles. 

Granby, Nathaniel Pratt, Alexander H. Griswold. 

Hartland, Willis Wright, Ira Beach. 

Manchester, John Mather, 

Marlborough, Wiiliam Buell. 

Simsbury, Shubael S, Hoskins, Virgil Pettibone. 

Southington, Francis W. Wilcox, Asahel Thorp. 

Suffield, Martin Sheldon, Henry Pease. 

Wethersfield, Martin Welles, Joseph Camp. 

Windsor, Henry Halsey, Francis Gillet, 

New-Haven, Dennis Kimberly, Silas Mix. 

Branford, James Blackstone. 

North-Branford, Jonathan Rose, 2nd. 

Bethany. 

Cheshire, Edward A. Cornwall, Titus L. Gaylord, 

Derby, Robert Gates. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 27 

East-Haven, Philemon Holt. 

Guilford, Nathaniel Griffin, Joel Tuttle. 

Hamden, .Tared Bassett. 

Madison, Phinehss Meigs. 

Menden, Noah Pomeroy. 

Middlebury, Marcus Bronson, 

Milford, Abijah Carrington, Adolphus Baldwin. 

North-Haven, Isaac Stiles, 

Orange, Luke Clark. 

Oxford, Samuel Wire. 

Prospect, William Mix. 

Southbury, Henry Downs. 

Wallingford, Charles Yale, Aimer Hall. 

Waterbury, Elias Cook, Edmund Austm. 

Wolcott, Orrin Plumb. 

Woodbridge, James A. Darling, Joseph Bradley, 

New-London, Samuel Chany, John A. Fulton. 

Norwich, William H. Law, Chas. P. Huntington. 

Bozrah, Gardner Avery. 

Colchester, Zelotes Clark, Jno. C. Cone. 

Franklin, Burrell Woodworth. 

Griswold, William Tucker. 

Groton, John Spicer, Nathan Daboll. 

Lebanon, Thomas Babcock, Julius Clark. 

Lisbon, Bucklin Matthevvson. 

Lyme, John S. Rogers, Peter Comstock. 

Montville, Sherwood Raymond. 

North-Stonington, Latham Hull, Stanton Hewitt, jr. 

Preston, Jonas Ayre, Charles Hewitt. 

Salem, John Whittlesey. 

Stonington, Samuel Chesebrough, Elias Brown* 

Waterford, Isaiah Rogers. 

Fairfield, David Hill, John S. Wilson. 

Bridgeport, Noah Plumb. 

Brookfield, Ebenezer Wanzer. 

Danbury. Peter Barnum, Rory Starr. 

Darien, Holly Bell. 

Greenwich, Silas Davis, Bartow F. White. 

Huntington, Edwin Shelton. 

Monroe, William Wheeler, jr, 



28 REPRESENTATIVES. 

New-Canaan, Samuel Raymond. 

New-Fairfie]d, Reuben Hodge. 

Newtown, Moses Parsons, Joseph Booth. 

Norwalk, Tnos. B. Butler, John D. Lounsbury. 

Ridgeneld, Walter Dauchy, Thos. St. John. 

Redding*, Ralph Sanford, Walker Bates. 

Sherman, Philo S. Wooding. 

Stamford, William Waterbury, Selleck Scofield. * 

Stratford, Robert Fairchiid. 

Trumbull, Rice E. Beach. 

Weston, Walker Sherwood, Woolsey Nichols. 

Wilton, Erastus Sturges. 

Brooklyn, Elisha Adams. 

Ashford, Amos Knowlton, Ebenezer Chaffee. 

Canterbury, Festus Baldwin, Walter Williams. 

Chaplin, Luther Ripley. 

Hampton, ChaunceyF. Cleveland. 

Killingly, Alexander Gaston, Jeremiah Law. 

Plainfield, Lovell Cady, Amos Witter. 

Pomfret, Lemuel Hayward, John Holbrook. 

Sterling, John Tiiurston. 

Thompson, Jonathan Nichols, John J. Greene, 

Voluntown, Joel Kinne. 

Windham, George Spafford, Justin Swift. 

Woodstock, Silas N. Cutler, Perley Lyon. 

Litchfield, Truman Smith, Elihu Harrison. 

Barkhampsted, J^ester Loomis, Joel Tiffany. 

Belhlem, Minot Smith. 

Canaan, Marvin Tanner, Henry Post. 

Colebrook, Arthur Howell, Sylvester Smith. 

Cornwall, Benjamin Catlin, Frederick Kellogg. 

Goshen, George Cook, Jonathan North. 

Harwinton, Gay lord Welles, Asahel Hooker. 

Kent, Garret Winnegar. 

New-Hartford, James D. Thorp, Geo. C. Kellogg. 

New-Milford, Walter Booth, Nathaniel Perry. 

Norfolk, Jedediah Phelps, Harvey Grant. 

Plymouth, Silas Hoadley. 

Roxbury, William Pierce. 



REPRESEN TATIVES. 29 

Salisburyjared S. Harrison, Luther Ticknor. 

Sharon, Israel Camp, Samuel E. Everitt. 

Torrington, Erastus Hodges, William Battell. 

Warren, Dan Carter. 

Washington, Youngs Elliott, David C. Whittlesey. 

Watertown, John Morris. 

Winchester, Isaac Bronson, Riley Whiting. 

Woodbury, Matthew Miner, jr. Gideon B. Bottsford. 

Middlktown, Ebenezer Jackson, jr. Joseph Coe. 

Chatham, David Williams, John Markham. 

Durham, John Swathell, Asahel Strong. 

East-Haddam, Timothy Green, Josiah Griffin. 

Haddam, Charles Arnold, Simon Shailer. 

Killingworth, David Dibble, jr. Luther Hull. 

Saybrook, Samuel Ingham, Joshua L'Hornmedieu. 

Tolland, Loren P. Waldo, Eli Baker. 

Bolton, Ebenezer Strong. 

Columbia, Alpheus Kingsley, jr. 

Coventry, Zelotes Long, Calvin Manning. 

Ellington, John IT. Brock way. 

Hebron, Joseph White, Harvey Bingham, 

Mansfield, Alfred Lilly, William Atwood. 

Somers, William Collins, Abiel Jones. 

Stafford, Nathaniel Sibiey, Orson Wood. 

Union, Benjamin Corbin, Shubael Hammond. 

Vernon, Oliver H. King. 

Willington, Orrin Holt, Gideon N. Merrick. 



Towns, 132. Representatives. 214. 



30 JUDICIAL AND CIVIL, 



Judicial and Civil Departments. 

Judges of the Superior Court. 
Hon. David Daggett, Chief Judge. 
Hon. John T. Peters, I Hon. Clark Bissell, 
Tho's S, Williams, ] Samuel Church. 



COUNTY OP HARTFORD. 

COUNTY COURT. 

Thomas Day, esq. Chief Judge. 
Asso. Judges. Joel Holcomb, Romeo Lowrey esq's. 
Jared Griswold, esq. Clerk and Treasurer, and 
Clerk of the Superior Court, 

Justices of the Peace. 

Hartford. — John T. Peters, John Russ, Thomas 
Day, Henry Seymour, Nathan Johnson, J. M. Niles, 
Seth Terry, C. Sigourney, Isaac Toucey, Cyprian 
Nichols, Gams Lyman, Jere. Brown, Henry L. Ells- 
worth, Enoch Parsons, Samuel H. Huntington, Jared 
Griswold, Henry Mix, Isaac Perkins, Charles Shepard, 
Joseph Pratt, Caleb Pond, William Hayden, Solomon 
Porter, Jesse Savage, Francis Parsons, Eliphalet Aver- 
ill, Chas. M. Emerson, Walter Mitchell, James M. 
Goodwin, Thomas C. Perkins, David F. Robinson, 
Henry Barnard, Jedediah W. Mills, Samuel Whit- 
man, Charles Chapman. 

Avon. — Amasa Woodford, Zerah Woodford, Geo. 
Norton, Thomas F. Bishop, Oliver Tiliotson, Nathan 
Case. 

Berlin. — Daniel Dunbar, Luther Beckley, Benja'min 
Wilcox, Ira E ; Smith, William Smith, Thomas Lee, 
Levi Barnes, John Stanley, Norman Winchell, Sam'l 
Kelsey, Seth Stanley, Wm. Bowers, Theron Osborne. 

Bristol. — Joel Truesdale, Jared W. Pardee, Charles 
G. Ives, Tracy Peck, Charles Byington, Henry A . 
Mitchell. 



DEPARTMENTS, 31 



Burlington. — Wm. Marks, Gad Frisbie, Ira Bron- 
son. 

Canton. — Benjamin Weed, Jr., Decius Humphreys, 
Luther Higley, Isaac Mills, Ephraim Mills, William 
H. Hallock, Lain Humphreys, Jasper Bidwell, Theo- 
dore Pettibone. 

East Hartford. — Lemuel White, Ozias Williams, 
Ozias Roberts, Daniel Easton, Isaac Lester, Joseph 
Spencer, Chauncey Treat, Levi Wells, George Pitkin, 
James Stanley, Ashbel Olmstead, Pardon Winslow. 

East-Windsor. — Jonathan Bartlett, Timothy Ells- 
worth, Eli B. Haskell, Daniel Hayden, Horace Barber, 
John Watson, William Barnes, Samuel Mills, Ebene- 
zer Gibbs, John- Bissell, 2d, Samuel Bartlett. 

Enfield. — Lorrain T. Pease, Jabez Collins, Geer 
Terry, Henry Kingsbury, William Dixon, Ephraim P. 
Prudden, Jabez King, John Mason. 

Farmington. — Timothy Pitkin, Lemuel Whitman, 
Horace Cowles, George Cowles, Edward Hooker, Eg- 
bert Cowles, Henry Lewis, Jeremiah Hotchkiss. 

Glastenbury. — Pardon Brown, David E. Hubbard, 
Jeremiah Stocking, Jonathan Welles, George Covil, 
Henry Dayton, George Hale, Geo. Merrick, Soloman 
Cole, Geo. Pluminer. 

Granby. — Joab Griffin, Joel Holcomb, Horace Clark, 
James Forward, Hiram R. Pettibone, Alexander Hol- 
comb, Joseph Cornish, jr., Nat. Pratt, Anson Bates, 
Abner Case, Charles T. Hillyer, Daniel Hays, Oliver 
Alderman, Jonathan Church, Cullen Hayes, Joshua 
Kendall. 

Hartland. — Nathaniel Bosworth, Jared Newell, Ez- 
ra Doolittle, Eli Wilder, Wyllys Wright, Phelps Hum- 
phreys, Asa Bushneli. 

Manchester. — R. R. Phelps, John Mather, George 
W. Cheney, Ireneus Brown, Daniel W. Griswold, 
Martin Keeney, Charles Bunce. 

Marlborough. — Joel Foote, Samuel F. Jones, Oliver 
Phelps, Moseley Talcott. ' 

Simsbury. — William Mather, Asaph Tuller, J. O. 



d# JUDICIAL AND CIVIL 

Pettibone, James Cornish, Dudley Humphrey, Alexan- 
der Holcomb, Frederick W. Jewett, Lewis Dickenson, 
Zelotes Phelps, Ambrose Adams, William Mitchelson, 
Moses Ensign, Abel Adam?, Elisha Phelps, Calvin 
Barber. 

Southington. — Roger Whittlesey, Theodore Bying- 
ton, Romeo Lowrey, Asahel Newell, Julius S. Barnes, 
John Wightman, Joseph Clark. 

Nuffield.— William Gay, Andrew Denison, William 
C. Gay, Phineas Hanchett, David Hale, Julius C. Shel- 
don. 

Wethers field. — Martin Kellogg, Robert Francis, Jas. 
L. Belden, Wiliam Robbins, 2d., Elijah Reach, Henry 
Bulkley, Joseph Hale, Winthrop Buck, Elias Francis, 
Asahel Robertson, Samuel Galpin, Frederick Robbins, 
Oliver Richards, Asher Robbins. 

Windsor. — Henry Sill, James Loomis, Richard 
Niles, Oliver Thrall, Hiram Roberts, Oliver Filley, Asa 
B. Woods, Levi Hayden. 

Practising Attorneys. 
Isaac Toucey, esq. State Attorney. 

Hartford.— Nathaniel Terry, Hezekiah Huntington, 
Walter Mitcheil, Thomas Huntington, jr., Isaac Per- 
kuis, Joseph Trumbull, Seth Terry, Nathan Johnson, 
John M. Niles, Wm. W. Ellsworth, Henry L. Ells- 
worth, William Hungerford, Alfred Smith, Charles 
Shepard, Isaac Toucey, O. E. Williams, Samuel H. 
Huntington, Thomas C. Perkins, Francis Parsons, 
Samuel H. Parsons, C has. M. Emerson, Chas. Chap- 
man, J. B. Watson, P. A. Goodwin. 

Berlin. — Ira E. Smith, Daniel Dunbar,Selden Moore. 

East-Windsor. — William Barnes. 

Enfield. — William Dixon, Lorrain T. Pease. 

Farmington. — Timothy Pitkin, Lemuel Whitman. 

Glastenbury. — George Merrick, Zepheniah Smith. 

Granby. — Grove Griswold, Silas Higley, Hiram R. 
Pettibone, Anson Bates, Edmund Holcomb. 

Manchester. — Ralph R. Phelps, Geo. W Griswold, 



DEPARTMENTS. 33 

Simsbury. — Elisha Phelps, Frederick W. Jewett, 
Hector F. Phelps. 

Southinaton. — Roger Whittlesey, Romeo Lowrey. 

Gufteld.—Wm. Gay, Seth Parsons, Win, C. Gay. 

Wtthersfield. — Asher Robins. 

Windsor. — Erastus Smith, Richard G. Drake. 
Jeremy Hoadley, esq. Hartford, Sheriff. 

Deputy Sheriffs. — Hartford, Horace Wadsworth ; 
Berlin, Erastus Sage ; Canton, Abraham Hosford, jr.; 
Enfield, Gilbert Allen ;sEast- Windsor, Jesse Charlton ; 
Glastenbury, Samuel Hollister ; Granby, David La- 
tham ; Marlborough, Royal Kingsbury ; Simsbury, 
Jeffery O. Phelps, Rockwell Hoskiss ; Windsor,Cicer© 
Phelps ; Suffield, Albert Kent. 

Chestei Adams, Hartford, Jailer. 



COUNTY OF NEW-HAVEN. 

COUNTY COURT. 

Noyes Darling, Esq. Chief Judge. 
Aflso. Judges, Jared Bassett, William Hinman, esq's. 

Joseph Darling, esq. Treasurer. 
John Beach, esq. clerk and clerk of the Superior Court. 

Justices of the Peace. 

New-Haven. — Nathan Smith, John Hunt, 2d, Wil- 
liam Mix, William W. Boardman, Dennis Kimberly* 
Anthony P. Sanford, Charles A. Ingersoll, Ebanezer 
Seeley, Joseph N. dark, William Budington, Chan- 
celor Kingsbury, Ransom Burrit, William H. Ellis, 
John S. Mitchell, Lent Bishop, James Punderford, 
John Beach, David Kiraberly, James Barnes, John 
Scarrit, Sidney Hull, Noyes Darling, Silas Mix. 

Bethany. — Ezra Kimberly, Archibald A. Perkins, 
i$.donijah French, George F. Peck, Alvan Sperry. 

Branford. — Chandler Barker, Asa Norton, William 
Tyler, Levi Bradley. 

Cheshire. — Barrage Beach, Reuben W. Roys, Tob» 
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34 JUDICIAL AND CIVIL 

A. Foot, Silas Hitchcock, Titus L. Gaylord, Alfred 
Doohttle, Charles Shelton, James Beach, Benajah Ives, 
Edward A. Cornwall. 

Derby. — Russell Hitchcock, John T. Wheeler, Ben- 
nett Lum, Sheldon Smith, Isaac Tomlinson, John C. 
Humphries, Leman Chatfield, John L. Tomlinson, Is- 
aac J. Gilbert, Henry Curtis. 

East-Haven. — De Grasse Maltby, Bela Farnham, 
Willis Hemingway, James Williams. 

Guilford.— Reuben Elliott, Timothy Stone, William 
Spencer, Henry Elliott, Samuel Fowler, George Gris- 
wold, Samuel Elliott, Samuel W. Dudley, George Lan- 
don, Comfort Starr. 

Hamden. — Russel Pierpont, Jared Bassett, Ambrose 
Tuitle, Alfred Bassett, James M. Ford. 

Madison.^- John F. Meigs, William Blatchley, Rey- 
nold Webb, Jesse Crampton, Zebulon Hale, Walter 
P. Monger, Samuel L. Blatchley. 

Meridtn. — Benajah Andrews, William Yale, Titus 
Ives, Asahel Merriman, Noah Pomeroy, Ashbel Gris*. 
wold. 

Middlebury. — Nath'l Richardson, James D. Woos*. 
ter, Leonard Bronson, William Bronson. 

Milford. — William Strong, Jonathan Clark, Abijah 
Carrnigton, Samuel B. Gunn, Andrew French, Will- 
iam Durand,jr. 

North-Branford. — Benjamin Page, Jacob Frisbie, 
Jasper Monroe, Chauncey Lindsley, Ralph Lindsley. 

North-Haven. — Justus Bishop, .Daniel Pierpont, Ja- 
cob Bassett, Jesse Brockett, Isaac Stiles, Hubbard 
Barnes. 

Orange. — Ichabod A. Woodruff, Jonas F. Merwin, 
Solomon Johnson, Lyman Prindle, Nehenuah Kimber- 
ly, Nalhan Merwin, JosiahM. Colburn. 

Oxford. — Levi Candee, Samuel Meigs, Noah Stone, 
Samuel Wire, Wait Bassett, Hiram Osborn. 

Prospect. — Andrew Smith, Alvan Hoppin, Joseph 
J. Doolntle, Samuel Williams, jr., William Mix. 

Southbury. — William Hinman, John Moseley, Gid- j 

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DEPARTMENTS. 35 



eon Judson, John Pierce, Ebenezer Johnson, David 
Bradley, Edward Hinman, ELott Beardslee, Charles 
Edmund, Benjamin B, Osborn, Daniel Hinman, Henry 
Downs. 

Wallingford. — Amos Dutton, €aleb Cook, Malachi 
Cook, Ira Yale, William Marks, John D. Reynolds, 
James Carrington, RusselHalL, Ahnzo B. Chapin, Ira 
Tuttle. 

Waterbury. — Ashley Scott, Timothy Porter, Joel 
Hinman, ELeha S. Abernethy, Daniel Steele, jr. Anson 
Sperry, Elms Ford, Robinson S. Hinman, Giles Hotch- 
kiss, Letson Terrill, Moses HalL 

Woodbridge. — John Lines, Mark S perry, John Nor- 
throp, Andrew Castle. 

Wolcott. — Archibald Miner, Orria Plunab, David 
Frisbie, Luther Hotchkiss. * *~* * w^ m l^j 

JL/cl 7U±y 

Practising Attorneys, 
Nathan Smith, esq. State Attorney, 

New-Haven. — William Hillhouse, Simeon Baldwin, 
Nathan Smith, Henry W. Edwards, Ralph I fngersoll, 
John Beach, Roger & Baldwin, Samuel J. Hitchcock, 
Dennis Kimberly, Charles A. Ingersoll, Wm. W. 
Boardman, Ebenezer Seeley, Isaac fiL Townsend, Hen- 
ry E. Peck, Aaron A. Skinner, Ammi Harrison, Henry 
White, Silas Mix. 

Cheshire. — Burrage Beach, John A. Foot. 

Derby. — John L. Tomlinson, Alfred Blackmaa. 

Guilford.— Ralph D. Smith. 

Meriden. — Benajah Andrews. 

Milford. — David B. IngersolL 

Southbury. — Edward Hinman, R. D. Smith. 

Wallingford.— Alonzo B. Chapin. 

Waterbury. — E. S. Abernethy, Joel Hiaman, R« S. 
Hinman. 

Charles H. Pond, esq., New-Haven* Sheriff, 



36 JUDICIAL AND CIVIL 



Deputy Sheriff's. — Erastus Osborn, Willis F. Colt? 
New-Haven. Samuel Yale, Menden. Nathan J. Wil- 
coxon, Oxford. Leander Parmelee,Wailingford. Reub. 
Stone, Guilford. Orrin Hotchkiss, Waterburv. Wii- 
liam Peck, Cheshire. Treat Bradley, Derby. 
Ichabod Tailor, New-Haven, Jailer. 



COUNTY OF NEW-LONDON. 



COUNTY COURT. 

Coddino-ton Billings, Esq. Chief Judge. 

Asso. Judges, Wm. Randall, Alexander Stewart, esq's* 

John Dewit, Esq. Clerk. 

Joseph Williams, esq. Treasurer. 

James Stedman, esq. Clerk of Sup. Court. 

Justices of the Peace. 
New-London.— Jacob B. Gurley, Coddington Bil- 
lings, Thomas Muzzy, Thomas S. Perkins, Anson 
Smith, Samuel Gteen, Wm. F. Brainard, John P. 
Trott, Abel T. Sizer, John French, Sabin K. Smith, 
Increase Wilson. 

Norwich. — James Lanman, Joseph Williams, Jas. 
Stedman, Benjam n Snow, John Hyde, Eleazer Rogers, 
George Hill, Roswell Morgan, Eber Backus, Isaac 
Story, Asa Roath, Lewis Hyde, John H. Townsend, 
John A. Rockwell, Erastus Coit, Henry Strong, Elisha 
Tracy, Jesse Fuller, Asa Child, Wm. H. Law, Peleg 
Hunt, Peter Lanman, Charles Thomas, George Per- 
kins, Lafayette S. Foster. 

Bozrah. — Gardner Avery, William Whiting, Ezra 
Lathrop, Elijah Huntington, William Kelly. 

Colchester. — Benjamin Trumbull, Samuel A. Peters, 
John Bigelow, Artemas Worthington, Avery Morgan, 
Amherst D. Scovell, Amaziah Brainard, Samuel Kel- 
logg, Joseph Day. 

Franklin. — Darius Frink, Comfort D. Fillmore, Al- 
van Abel, Henry Hazen, Joseph Kingsley, Burrel 



DEPARTMENTS. 37 

Woodworth, Benjamin S. Hastings, Gilbert Lamb. 

Griswold. — Welcome A. Brownincr, A\ex. Si -.wart. 
Elisha Partridge, Nathan Stanton, Thomas Stewart, 
John W. Fanning-, Samuel C. Morgan, Daniel Hunt- 
ington, Ebenezer Avery. 

Groton. — Ralph Hurlbut, John O. Miner, Amos A. 
Niles, Rosvvell Fish, John Brewster, John Spicer, Wm. 
Williams, Rodman Niles, Nathan Daboll, Joseph Dur- 
fey, Wm. M. Williams, James Geer, Geo. Ayer, Elisha 
Haley. Elisha Morgan. 

Lebanon. — Wm. T. Williams, Peleg Thomas, jr. 
Asahel Dewy, Thomas Babcock, Charles Abel, Denison 
Wattles, Elisha Waterman, Caleb Hayward, Timothy 
Williams, Jesse Wright, Thomas J. Kingsley. 

Lisbon.— -Freeman Tracy, Joseph L. Lyon, Russell 
Rose, John Gray, Ebenezer Allen, Bishop Burnham. 

Lyme. — Joel Loomis, Peter Comstock, Henry M. 
Wait, Thomas W. Strickland, Joshua R. Warren, Rich- 
ard E. Selden, John S.. Rogers, Charles Griswold, Wm. 
Noyes, jr. Charles J. McCurdy, Zebulon Brock way, jr. 
Joseph Strickland, Wm. Marvin, John L. Smith, Oliver 
Raymond, Sylvester Champion,George Ransom,Marsh- 
field S. Parker. 

Montville. — Stephen G. Thatcher, Hazard Brown- 
ing, Sherwood Raymond, Thos. Fitch, Wm. Raymond, 
Caleb Lyon, Giles Turner, Nicholas Bishop. 

North Stonington. — Chester Smith, David Coats, 
Latham Hull, Phillip Gray, Thomas Browning, Ste- 
phen Maine, Amos Hull, Ezra Hewitt, Thomas H. 
Hewitt, Russell Bently, Israel P. Parks, Harry Bab- 
cock, Wm. Hewett, Henry Cheseborough, Samuel 
Browning. 

Preston, — Stephen Meech, Walter Palmer, Robert 
S. Avery, Elisha Brewster, Henry Palmer, Elisha Cra^ 
ry, Geo. Giddins, Isaac Gallup, Asa A. Gore, Jonast 
Ayer, Henry Herskell, Thomas Gay. 

Salem.—* Shubael Parks, Vine Stoddard, Henry Per- 
kins, Ebenezer A. Packer, Richard Tiffany, David PaU 
ten, John C. Daniels, Nathan Minard. 



38 JUDICIAL AND CIVIL 

Stonington. — vv m. Randall, Win. Robinson, Geo*. 
Hubbard, Joseph Noyes, Elias Brown, Gurdon Trum- 
bull, Giles R. . Hallam, Asa Fish, Benjamin Pomeroy. 
Alex. G, Smithy Samuel F. Denison, Elisha Faxon, jr. 
John Davis, Stephen Babcock, Henry Harding, Samuel 
Wheeler, Paul Babcock. 

Waterford. — Gr'swold Avery, Jonathan Comstock, 
Edward R. Warren, James Rogers, David Rogers, Gor- 
don T. C happeli,. Jesse Jerome, John Dwyer. 



Practising Attorneys. 
Jacob B. Gurley, Esq. State Attorney. 

New-London. — Lyman J^aw, Wm. P. Cleavelancf, 
Coddington Billings, Jacob B. Gurley ,Jirah Tsham, Wm. 
F. BrainardjThomas S. Perkins, Wm. P. Cieaveland, jr. 

Norwich. — Calvin Goddard, James Laninan, John 
Hyde, Joseph Williams, James Stedman, George Hill, 
Roswell Morgan, Henry Strong, Asa Child, John A. 
Rockwell, George B. Ripley, VVm. H. Law, Alfred 
Lee, Levi H. Goddard, LaFayette S. Foster, Geo. Per- 
kins, Geo. Middleton. 

Colchester. — Benjamin Trumbull, Samuel A. Peters, 
Amherst D. Scovell. 

Griswold. — Samuel C. Morgan. 

Lebanon. — Wm. T. Williams, Denison Wattles. 

Lyme. — Henry M. Waite, Charles Griswold, Charles 
J. M'Curdy. 

Stonington. — George Hubbard, Alexander G. Smith, 
Elias Brown, Benjamin Pomeroy. 



Simeon Smith, Esq. New-London, Sheriff. 

Deputy Sheriffs. — Burreli Lathrop, Norwich. — 
Newhail Tamtor, Colchester. Stephen Hailey, Gro- 
ton, Lodowick Bill, Lyme. David Baldwin, Preston. 
John W. Hull, Stonington. 

Jailers. — Champlin Lester, New-London. Augus- 
tus Hyde, Norwich, 



DEPARTMENTS. 39 

COUNTY OF FAIRFIELD. 

COUNTY COURT. 

John Q. Wilson, esq. Chief Judgre. 
Asso. Judges, Benjamin Isaacs, Jesse S. Bradley, esq's. 

Jeremiah Stur^es, esq., Treasurer. 
Thomas B. Osborne, esq. Clerk, and Clerk of the Supe- 
rior Court. 

Justices of the Peace. 

Fairfield.- David Hill, Jeremiah Sturgres, Eliphalet 
Swift, Thomas B. Osborne, Jesup Banks, John Q. 
Wilson, Walter Thorp, Ebenezer Jesup, John Staoles, 
Peter Wyncoop, Alva Gray, Abel Beers, Rufus Black- 
man, Hull Bradlev, James C. Loomi?, Thomas Rob- 
inson, John S. Wilson. 

Banbury. — Zadock Stevens, Oliver Shepard, Divid 
Foot, John S. Blackman, Reuben Booth, Abraham 
Stow, Edward Taylor, Thomas T. Whittlesey, Sturges 
Selleck, Russel Hoyt, Timothy B. Hickock. 

Bridgeport. — Benjamin S. &rnith,Fitcb Wheeler, A. 
Hamlin, Joseph Backus, Mark Mooie, D. Nichols. P. \A. 
Cannon, W. Stillman, Isaac Sherman, Benjamin 
Brooks,, Isaac E. Beach. 

Brockfield.— Ely Rubles, Zera S. A. Peck, Wait 
S. Northrop, Bryant Smith, Zalmon Goodsell, Heman 
Birch, Henry Rujgles. 

Darien. — Jonathan Bates, Holly Bell, Jesse Whi- 
tin°f, Abram Clock. 

Greenwich. — Ard Reynolds, Joshua Ferris, Samuel 
Close, Gilbert Close, James Smith, Stephen Warring, 
Abram H. Close. 

Huntington. — Joseph Shelton, Hezekiah Marks, 
Donald Judson, Lemuel Beardslee, Daniel Bennet, 
Thaddeus Beardslee, jr. 

Monroe. — Abel French, Truman Peck, Samuel 
Wheeler, Charles Curtiss, Cyrus H. Beardslee, Agur 
Lewis, Lyman Wakelee, Stephen Middlebrook. 



New-Canaan. — Samuel Raymond, J. B. Benedict, 
Watts Comstock, Joseph Silliman. 

Neio-Fairfield. — David Lane, Jabez Tread well, Da- 
vid Barnum, John O. Beardslee, Reuben Hodge, Jesse 
Scudder. 

Newtown. — Samuel C. Blackman, Lamson Birch, Ja- 
cob Beers, Benjamin Hard, Henry Dutton, David K, 
Belden,Geo. Bradley, Samuel Fairchild,Dan'l Blackma» 
Adoniram Fairchild, Elijah > anford. 

Norwalk. — Henry Belden, Benjamin Isaacs, Clark 
Bissell, Thaddeus Betts, Seth Taylor, Samue 1B.W ar. 
ren, Charles W. Taylor, David Roberts, Timothy T- 
Merwin, David C. Sanford, Algernon E. Beard, Noah 
Wilcox. 

Redding. — Gershom Sherwood, Wm. Sanford, Aa- 
ron Sanford, jr.. Ebenezer Hill, Jonathan R. Sanfordt 
Jared Olmstead, Thomas B. Fanton. 

Ridgefield. — Samuel ^tebbins, Jesse S. Bradley 
Bradley Hull, Lot Forrester,Harvey Smith, Elias Birchw 
ard, Thaddeus Keeler, 2d. Hezekiah Scott, G. N. Ben- 
edict. 

Stamford. — Simeon H. Miner, Daniel Lockwood, 
Charles Hawley Theodore Davenport, ^mith R Sibley 
David Hoyt, Seymour Jarvis, Joshua B. Ferris, J. 
Hoyt. 

Stratford. — Robert Fairchild, Daniel Judson, David 
Brooks, Josiah Gorham, Elijah Booth, Isaac P. Booth, 
Judson Peck, jr. Stephen Booth, Huntington Tomlmson, 
Sherman. — Eli Beardslee, James A. Giddings, Levi 
Northrop, Abraham Briggs, Philo S. W oodin, Morria 
Barnes. 

Trumbull. — Elihu Beach, Elijah Middlebrook, Dan* 
iel Wakelee, Famuel Beardsley, David Beach, David 
Hawley, Ali Brinsmade, Elam Hawley. 

Weston. — Harvey Hubbell, Peter billiman, Walker 
Sherwood, Isaac Bennett, Calvin Wheeler, Stephen 
Wheeler, Oliver C. Sanford, Simeon Fanton, Ward 
Nichols, Woolsey Nichols. 

Wilton. — Erastus Sturges, Hawley Olmstead, Geo. 
Mead, Ja'6 F. Chapman, Samuel Scott,H. A. Lambert, 



DEPARTMENTS, 4l 



Practising Attorneys. 
Simeon H. Miner, Esq. State Attorney. 

Fairfield — Roger M. Sherman, Samuel B. Sher- 
wood, Sarn'l Rowland.Eliphalet Swift, Thos. B.Osborn. 

Bridgeport — A. Hamlin, Fitch Wheeler, Joseph 
Backus, )oseph Wood, M. Moore. 

Brookfield. — Bryant Smith. 

Danbury — Matthew B. Whittlesey, Thomas T, 
Whittlesey, Reuben Booth, Edward Taylor. 

Monroe. Cyrus H. Beardslee. 

Newtown. Samuel C. Blackman, Henry Duttoti* 
David H. Beiden. 

Norwalk. Thaddeus Betts, David C. Sanford,Tim» 
othy T. Merwin. 

Stamford. Simeon H. Miner, Charles Hawle^?, 
Joshua B. Ferris. 

Stratford. Robert Fairchild. 

Wilton, H. A. Lambert. 

Abraham D. Baldwin, Esq. Sheriff, Danbury. 

Deputy Sheriff's. — Daniel Burr, Fairfield. Philo 
Hurd, Bridgeport. Aaron Seeley, Danbury. Henry 
Lum, Monroe, Theophilus Nichols, Newtown.-^- 
Charles Isaacs, Norwalk. Davis Lockwood Stamford* 
Hull Goodyear, Redding. Moses Burr, Weston. 

Jailors. George Peck, Fairfield. Jesse Crofai, 
Banbury. 

COUNTY OF WINDHAM. 

COUNTY COURT. 

Joseph Eaton, Esq, Chief Judge. 
Asso. Judges, Ebenezer Griffin, David Chase, Esq's, 

Armin Bolles, Esq., Clerk. 

Daniel P- Tyler, Esq., Clerk of the Superior Court, 

Vine Robinson, esq. Treasurer. 

Justices of the Peace. 
Brooklyn. — Vine Robinson, Samuel Scarborough^ A. 
White, jr., Uriel Fuller, Jonathan A. Welch, Daniel P. 
Tyler, Armin Bolles, Denison Cady. 



42 JUDICIAL AND CIVIL 

Ashford. Thomas Dow, Daniel Knowlton, Micha- 
el Richmond, Nathan Hayward, Tchabod Bulkley, Am- 
asa Lyon, Calvin Whitney, Elisha Byles, Edward S. 
Keyes, Ebenezer Chaffee. 

Canterbury. Andrew T. Judson, Peter Morse,Sarn- 
tiel L. Hough, Walter Williams, Rufus Johnson, jr. 
Rufus Adams, Chester Lyon, Daniel Frost, jr., Comfort 
S. Hyde, Daniel Packer, Asael Bacon, Solomon Paine P 
David W olden. 

Chaplin. Ori^enBennet, James Clark, Luther Rip* 
ley, John Clark, William Martin, Thomas Martin. 

Hampton. Charles Moulton, C. F. Cleaveland, Eb. 
enezer Burnham, Ebenezer Griffin, Phillip Pearl jr. 
Mason Cleaveland, Jesse Burnham, Hezekiah Ham- 
mond, Ebenezer Greenslit, Royal Copeland. 

Killingly. Ebenezer Young, Luther Warren, David 
Chase, Arba CoviJ, John Dixon, Thomas Durfee, Wm. 
Alexauder, George Warren, Alexander Thompson, Jo- 
seph Adams, jr. Thomas Backus, jr. Isaac T. Hutchins, 
Daniel Brown. 

Plainfield. Joseph Eaton, John Dunlap, Sessions 
Lester, Erastus Lester, Jonathan Goff, George Middle- 
ton, Amos Witter, Daniel Hill, James Crary, Francis 
B. Johnson, Daniel Wheeler. 

Pomfret. John Holbrook, George Sharp. Thomas 
M. Grosvenor, Job Williams, William James, S : meon 
S. Parkhurst, Reuben S aiding, jr. Chauncey Fenton, 
Eliakim W. Sessions, Nathan Dresser. 

Sterling. Calvin Hibbard, Azel Cole, Benjamin 
Dow, Jeremiah S. Fuller, John Gallup, John Thurston, 
Henry C. Call. 

Thompson. George Lamed, Simeon Davis, John 
Nichols, Jonathan Nichols, Stephen Holmes, Talcott 
Crosby, John Bates, jr. Jesse Ormsby, Faxon Nichols, 
John I. Green. 

Voluntown. Daniel Kei^win, Joseph Wiley, Dan- 
iel Stanton, Avery Kmnee, Elisha Potter. 

Windham. John Baldwin, Samuel Perkins, Jona- 
than Devotion, Abner Robinson, Edwards Clarke, IJen- 



DEPARTMENTS. 43 

ry Huntington, George S. Catlin, Thomas Gray, Sto- 
wel Lincoln, Stephen Hosmer, Joel W. White, Benja- 
min Webb, Henry Hall, Amos D. Allen. 

Woodstock. John M'Clellan, Ebenezer Stoddard, 
John Paine, William Bowen, Abraham W. Paine, Lu- 
ther Rawson, Jonathan May, Wheeler Phillips, John F. 
Williams, Wm. Lyon, 3d. Darius Barlow, Rodney 
Martin. 

Practising Attorneys. 
Andrew T. Judson, Esq. State Attorney. 

Brooklyn,— John Parish, J. A. Welch, Uriel Fuller, 
Daniel P. Tyler. 

Ashford. — Ichabod Bulkley, Jared D. Richmond. 

Canterbury. — Andrew T. Judson, Rufus Adams, 
Daniel Frost, jr. 

Hampton. — Chauncey F. Cleaveland. 

Killingly. — Ebenezer Young, Thomas Backus, jr. 

Plainfleld. — Francis B. Johnson, William Dyer. 

Pomfret. — John Holbrook, Chauncey Fenton. 

Sterling. — Calvin Hibbard. 

Thompson.— George Larned Simon Davis. 

Windham. — John Baldwin, George S. Catlin, Henry 
Huntington, Edwards Clarke, Thomas Gray. 

Woodstock. — John M'Clellan, Ebenezer Stoddard, 
John F. Williams, Micah Childs. 

Roger Coit, Esq. Plainfleld, Sheriff. 
Deputy Sheriffs.. -Brooklyn, John Gallup,4th. Hamp- 
ton, William Durgee. Plair field, George Cady. — 
Thompson, Franklin Nichols. Windham, Henry 
Webb. Voluntown, Wm. S. Gordon. 

Pascal P. Tyler, Brooklyn, Jailer, 



44 JUDICIAL AND CIVIL 

COUNTY OF LITCHFIELD. 

COUNTY COURT. 

David S. Boardman, Esq., Chief Judge. 

Asso. Judges, Wm. M. feurrall, Morris Woodruff,Esq's. 

Abel Catlin, Esq., Treasurer. 

Frederick Wolcott, Esq. Clerk, and Clerk of the 

Superior Court. 

O. S. Seymour, Esq. Asst. Cierk of the County Court. 

Justices of the Peace. 
Litchfield. — Frederick Wolcott, Asa Bacon, Levi 
Cailin, Phineas Mmer, Morris Woodruff, Seth P. Beers, 
Jabez W. Huntington, Jonathan Buell, Elihu Harrison, 
Enos Stoddard, Hugh P. Welch, Truman Smith, Jo- 
seph Birge, Joseph Adams,- Origen S. Seymour, Asa 
Hopkins, Truman Kilborn, Leonard Goodwin, George 
C. Woodruff. 

Barkhamstead. — Amos Beecher, Samuel Mcnson, 
Leister Loomis, Anson Wheeler, Jesse Ives, Matthew 
Allen, George Merrill. 

Bethlem. — Joseph H. Bellamy, Nathan Burton, jr., 
Nathan Hawley, Nathan Jackson, Leveritt Judd, Davkl 
Bird. 

Canaan.-— Wm. M. Burrall, Wm. Holabird, James 
Fenn, Leman Church, Reuben Hunt, Moses Benedict, 
Marvin Tanner, Wm. P. Burrall, Joshua Raymond, 
lohn Elmore, jr. 

Colebrook. — Reuben Rockwell, Seth Marshall, Sam- 
uel Whitford, Arthur Howell. 

Cornwall. — George Wheaton, Samuel Hopkins, Pe- 
ter Bierce, Philo Kellogg, James Wadsworth, Benjamin 
Sedgwick, Anson Rogers. 

Goshen. — Truman Starr, Erastus Lyman, Augustus 
Miles, Eber Bailey, BinJsey Baldwin, Nelsou Brewster, 
Jonathan North, Asaph Hall. 

Harwinton." Uriah Hopkins,Marvin GrL wold, Noah 
Welton, Benajah Hayden, Gaylord Wells, Olmsted 
Catlin, Joel G. Candee. 



1 



DERARTMENTP. 45 

m ....... — , . 

Kent.- -Nathaniel P. Perry, John Mills, Nathan 
Slosson, Birdsey Beardslee, Alpheus Fuller, Lewie 
Mills, Garrit Winegar, Frederick Chittenden, Zacha- 
riah Winegar. 

New -Hartford. — Roger Mills, Wm. G. Williams, 
Isaac Kellogg. Asa Goodwin, Andrew Abernethy, Ja's 
•D. Sharp. 

New -Mil ford. — David B. Boardman Perry Smith, 
Joel Sanford, Homer Boardman, Eli Todd, Ezra Noble^ 
Eldad C. Jackson, Nafehan Gaylord, Dunning Babbit, 
Benjamin B. Soule, Orange Merwin, Levi Morris, Na- 
thaniel Perry, John Wooster. 

Norfolk. — Augustus Pettibone, Michael F. Mills,Jo- 
seph Riggs, Bushnell Knapp, Joseph Battell, Amos 
Pettibone. 

Plymouth.— Calvin Butler,Ransom BlakesIee,Chaun- 
cey Warner, Eli Potter. 

Roxbury. — Josiah R. Eastman, Royal R. Hinman, 
James Trowbridge, W. Pearce, Isaac Leavenworth, 
Stephen Sanford. 

Salisbury.— Elisha Sterling, J^ot Norton, Martin 
Strong,Eliphalet Whittlesey, Samuel Church, Newman 
Hoiley, John G. Mitchell, Philander Wheeler, Wm. C. 
Sterling, Abiel Chapin, John H. Hubbard. 

Sharon.— Cyrus Swan, Ansel Sterling, Samuel E. 
Everett, Samuel Roberts, Horatio Smith, Israel Camp, 
Stephen Heath, Charles F. Sedgwick, Ebenezer Black- 
man, Jacob Chamberlain, Benjamin Hollister, Clark 
Chapman, Richard Smith. 

Torrington. Wm. Battell, Erastus Hodges, Rus- 
sell C. Abernethy, Griswold Woodward, Levi Munsel, 
Barzillai Hudson, Demas Coe, George D. Wadhams. 

Warren. Sherman Hartwell, George Starr, Dan 
Carter, Sherman Buckingham, Benoni P. Beardslee. 

Washington. Curtis Hickox, Youngs Elliott, En- 
sign Bushnell, Daniel B. Brinsmade, Alvin Brown, 
Frederick J. Fenn. 

Watertown. Holbrook Curtiss. Benjamin Deforest, 
John Buckingham, James Skilton, Ebenezer Bates. 



46 JUDICIAL AND CIVIL 

Winchester. Joseph Miller, James Beebe, Luma: 
Wakefield, Isaac Bronson, Truman 8 Wetmore, Wm 
S. Holabird, John Boyd, Samuel Hurlbut, Moses Hins- 
dale, Chester Soper, Alva Nash, Gideon Hall, jr. 

Woodbury. — Charles B. Phelps, Jesse Miner, Mat- 
thew Miner, jr. Gideon B. Botsfoid, John Strong, jr 
Elijah Sherman, jr. Treat Camp, Daniel Bacon. 

Practising Attorneys. 
Samuel Church, Esq# State Attorney. 
Litchfield. Asa Bacon, Phineas Miner, Seth P. 
Beers, Jabez W. Huntington, Truman Smith, George 
C Woodruff, Origen S. Seymour. 

Barkhamstead. Hiram R. Goodwin. 

Bethlern. Joseph H. Bellamy. 

Canaan. Lemau Church, John Elmore, jr., Wm. 
P. Burrall. 

Cornwall. George Wheaton. 

Goshen. Birdsey Baldwin, Nelson Brewster. 

Kent. Nathaniel P. Perry, Frederick Chittenden, 
Jerome Fuller. 

New-Hartford. Roger Mills, Wm. G. Williams. 

New-JVJlford. Perry Smith, David S. Boardman* 
Nathaniel Perrv, S. D. Orton. 

Norfolk. Michael F. Mills. 

Plymouth. Calvin Butler. 

Roxbury. Royal R. Hinman, Isaac Leavenworth. 

Salisbury. Samuel Church, Philander Wheeler, John 
G. Mitchell, John H. Hubbard. 

Sharon. Cyrus Swan, Ansel Sterling, Charles F. 
Sedgwick, Ebenezer Blackman, Richard Smith. 

Washington. Frederick J. Fenn. 

Watertown. Holbrook Curtiss. 

Winchester. Joseph Miller, Wm. S. Hollabird, Gid- 
eon Hall, jr. 

Woodbury. Matthew Miner, jr. Charles B. Phelps, 
John Stronger. 

Ozias Seymour, Esq., Sheriff, Litchfield. 



DEPARTMENTS. 47 

Deputy Sheriffs. — Ozias Lewis, Litchfield. Philo 
G. Mills, Kent. Tertius Wadsworth, New-Hartford. 
Oliver W. Pickett, New-Milford. John S . Warner, 
Plymouth. Win. P. Russell, w m, H.V\ alton, Salisbury. 
HenryReed,jr.Sharon. Charles A. Jul' son, Washington. 
Nathan Preston, Woodbury. Tho's Curtiss, Norfolk. 

Albert Sedgwick, Litchfield, Jailer. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY. 

COUNTY COURT. 

Eli Warner, esq. Chief Judge. 

Asso. Judges, F. G. Comstock, George Carter, esq's. 

John Fisk, esq. Clerk, Treasurer, and Clerk of the 

Superior Court. 

William H. Fisk,esq. Assistant Clerk of Superior and 

County Courts. 

Justices of the Peace. 

Middletown. — Stephen T. Hosmer, Josiah Savage, 
Daniel J. Griswold, Josiah Sage, George W. Stanley, 
Elisha Treat, Augusus Cook, William L. Storrs, Abiel 
A. Loomis, Eli Wilcox, Samuel Cooper, Jonathan 
Barnes, Jedediah Wilcox, Launcelot C. Bradley, Wm. 
Williams, Gilbert Burrows, Stillman K. Wightman, 
Thorn s Atkins. 

Haddam. — Samuel Arnold,Jonathan Usher,Eli War- 
ner, Charles Arnold, Hezekiah Scovil, Smith Clark, 
Russel Shailer, Elias Selden, Lyman E. Burr, Simon 
Hazleton, James Brainard. 

Chatham. — Samuel Hall, Guy Cooper, Philip Sage, 
Abel Lewis, Selden Cook,Daniel Penlield, Horace Foot, 
Ira Lee, Noah Brooks, F. G. Comstock, N. C. Smith, 
Amasa Carrier, Elijah Clark, Diodate B. West. 

Durham. — Wortrnngton G. Chauncey, Lemuel Camp, 
Samuel Tibbals, Asatiel Strong, John White, T. Coe, 
Parsons Coe, Asher Robinson. 

East Haddam, — Josiah Griffin, Russel Dulton, Oli- 



48 JUDICIAL AND CIVIL 



ye r Green, Aaron C. Palmer, Thomas C. Boardmanyl 
Ozias Holmes, William Palmer, JohnC. Palmer, Eliph- 
alet A. Bulkley, Stephen Cone, Noah Bulkley, Isaac j 
Chester. 

Killingworth. — Austin Olcott, Benjamin Hurd, Jed- | 
e?diah Harris, George Carter, David Griswold, John 
Stanton, Elisha Kelsey, Leonard Dayis, Jeremiah Hull, 
Bavid P. Kelsey, David Wright, David Dibble. 

Saybrook. — William Lyude, Rufus Clark, George 
Pratt, Samuel Carter, John Bushnell, Samuel Ingham, 
Ezra s. Mather, Ebenezer Hayden, George Read, Joel 
Pratt, Joshua L'Hommedieu, William Bull, Jedediah 
Post, Alanson Redfield. 



Practising Attorneys. 
Samuel Ingham, Esq., State Attorney. 

Middietown. George W. Stanley, Elijah Hubbard, 
Chauncey Whittlesey, Wm. Van Deursen, Jonathan 
Barnes, Abiel A. Loomis, Wm. L. Storrs, Samuel D. 
Hubbard, Isaac Webb, Stillman K. Wightman, Ebene- 
zer Jackson, jr. Charles C. Tyler, Thomas G. Mather, 
Samuel W. Griswold. 

Haddam. Eli Warner, Lynus Parmelee, Smith 
Clark. 

Chatham. Horace Foot. 

East-Haddam. N. L. Foster, Eliphalet A. Bulkley, 
John C. Palmer. 

Say brook. Samuel Ingham, Stephen W. Starkey. 

Linus Coe, Esq., Middietown, Sheriff. 

Deputy Sheriffs. Haddam> Eznkiel S. Clark. East 
Haddam, William Marsh, Killingworth, Charle? Ste- 
vens. Saybrook, William H. Lynde. Chatham, Olm- 
stead Gates. 

Jailers. Harvey Treadway, Middietown. Noah 
CI#rk, Haddam. 



DEPARTMENTS. 49 



COUNTY OF TOLLAND. 

COUNTY COURT. 

Asa Willey, Esq. Chief Judge. 

Asso. Judges, Eliphalet Youn^r, Abner Hendee, Esqrs. 

Jere'h Parish, Esq. Clerk, and asst. Cleik of S. Court. 

Ehsha Stearns, Esq. Clerk of the Superior Court, 

Joseph Howard, Esq. Treasurer. 

Justices of the Peace. 

Tolland. — Calvin Willey, Eliphalet Young, Jeremi- 
ah Parish, George M. Hyde, Elisha Steams, Loren P. 
Waldo, John Warren, Carlos Chapman, Ebenezer 
Strong. 

Bolton. — Jahez L. White, Daniel W. Badger, Saul 
Alvord, jr., Jabez L. White, jr. 

Columbia. Gershom Dorrence, Samuel Little, Am- 
herst So veil, Silas Fuller, Asahel Clark, Daniel Ho 1 .- 
brook. 

Coventry.— Cephas Brigham, Zelotes Lon^r, I evi 
Sweetland. Daniel White, Calvin Manning, Don F. 
Brigham, Joseph Dow, iVlonzo W. Birge. 

Ellington. Asa Willey, Robert Hyde, Benjamin 
Pinney, Oliver W. Steele, John H. Brockway. 

Hebron. Peyton R. Gilbert, Wm. Brown, Leonard 
Hendee, Abner Hendee, Levi Waldo, Judah Porter, 
Ralph Gilbert, John Graves Joseph White, Amasa G. 
Porter. 

Mansfield. Zalmon Storrs, Luther Kingsley, John 
Fitch, Seth Dunham, David Conant. 

Somers. Walter R Kibbe, Oliver Chapin, 2d. Ich- 
abod Mudge. 

Stafford. R. Woodworth, Amos Harvey, N. Sibley, 
R. Leonard, N. Bartlett, Z. Winter, I. F. Cady, Orson 
Wood. 

Union. Augustus Moore, Luther Crawford, Na- 
thaniel Newell, Joseph Carver. 

Vernon. Oliver H. King, L. P. Tinker, Francis 
McLean. 

4 



60 COURTS OF PROBATE. 



Willing ton. Darnel Glazier, John J. Moulton, Oil- 
vei Holt, Origen Dimock. 

Practising Attorneys. 
John Fitch, Esq., State Attorney. 
Tolland Calvin Wnley, Jeremiah Parish, Elishss 
Stearns, Loren P. Waldo. 
Bolton. Saul Alvord, jr. 
Columbia. Asahei Clark* 
• Ellington. Asa Willey, John H. Brockway, El: 
Johnson. 

Hebron. Ralph Gilbert, A. G. Porter. 
Mansfield. — lohn Fitch. 

Somers. Walter K. Kibbe, Aholiab Johnson. 
Stafford. Roaolphus Woodworth, Stewart Beebe, 

Daniel Kimball, Esq., Ellington, Sheriff. 
Deputy Sheriffs. Samuel Kent, Holland. Daniel 
Kimball, jr., Ellington. Simon House, Hebron, Har- 
vey Clark, Mansfield. Calvin Fisk, Stafford, 
Joseph Burnham, jr., Jailer. 

COURTS OF PROBATE. 

Districts. Judges. Clerks. 

Hartford N-th'l Goodwin Wm. Whitman 

Berlin Thomas Lee 

Bristol Jared W. Pardee Tracy Peck 

East- Windsor Eli B. Haskell Ed^ar Bissell 

Enfield Wm. Dixon 

Farmington Lemuel Whitman Henry Nash 

Granbv Joab Griffin J. R. Jewett 

Simebury John O. Pettibone 

Sou'hmgton Romeo Lowrey J. Wightman 

Sbrneld Luther Loomis Oliver Pease 

New-Haven Chas. A.lngersoll A. P. Santord 

Cheshire Silas Hitchcock C. Peck 

Guilford Reuben Elliott Geo. Griswold 

Miltord W llliam Strong 

Wallingford John D. Reynolds Randall Cook 



COURTS OF PROBATE. 



61 



Waterbury 

New- London 

Norwich 

Colchester 

Lebanon 

Lyme 

Stonington 

Fairfield 

Danbury 

Newtown 

NorwaJk 

Stamford 

Stratford 

Weston 

Ashford 

Killingly 

Plainfield 

Thompson 

Voluntown 

Windham 

Woodstock 

Litchfield 

Kent 

New-Hartford 

New-Milford 

Norfolk 

Sharon 

Washington 

Woodbury 

Middletown 

Chatham 

East-Haddarci 

Haddam 

Saybrook 

Tolland 

Ellington 

Stafford 

Hebron 

Mansfield 



Joel riiitman 
John P. Trott 
John Hyde 
Benj. Trumbull 
Denison Wattles Wm 
Joel Loomis 
Asa Fish 
David Hill 
Reuben Booth 
S. C Blackman 
Banjamin Isaacs 
Charles Hawiey 
Fitch Wheeler 
Bradford Winton 
Ichabod Bulkley 
Tho's Backus, jr. 
Joseph Eaton 
John Nichols 
Kinney Gallup 
C. F. CleavelandThomas Gray 



Isaac Holmes 
Jirah Isham 
Burrell Lathrop 
B. M. Tiumbul) 

Wattles 
J. R. Warren 
Nathan DabolJ 
D. HiJl,jr. 
Edward Taylor 

Charles Isaac9 
Sam'l Lockwood 
Roswell MitcheH 

B. C. Simons 
David Chase 
John J. ^Gordon 



John Paine 

Fred'k Wolcott 

Nath'l. P.. Perry 

Isaac Kellogg 

Nathaniel Perry 

Michael F. Mills Nathan Preston 

Samuel Church 

Dan. B.Brinsmade 

Charles B. Phelps 

•S. K. Wightman 

F. G. Comstock 

E. A. Bulkley 

Charles Arnold 

Samuel Ingham 

Jeremiah Parish 

Asa Willey 

R. Woodworth 

Abner Hendee 

JLmher Kingsley 



Geoige Bowles 

Philo G. Mills 
Nathaniel Gray 



A. C. Peet 



Eli Warner 
Ulysses Mathe* 

Moses B. Bull 
Joseph Howard 
Cyrus Mann 



52 NOTARIES PUBLIC^ 

<* " e - 



Notaries Public. 



HARTFaRD.-^-Hezekiah Huntington, Walter Mitchell? 
John JV,. Gannett, Joseph Trumbull, Isaac Perkinsr 
Henry L. Ellsworth, Nathan Johnson, Samuel H. Par- 
sons, Samuel H. Huntington, Alfred Terry, Francis 
Parsons. 

Berlin — Daniel Dunbar. 

Granby — Anson Bates. 

Windsor — Samuel Woodruff, James Loomis. 

New-Haven — Leonard A. Daggett, C* A. Inger- 
goll, Wm. B. Bristol, Silas Mix. 

Cheshire — Burrage Beach. 

Derby — John L. Tomlinson. 

New-London — Lyman Law, Ebenezer Learned, W* 
F. Bramard, W. P. Cleaveland, jr., E. F. Dutton. 

Norwich — James Lanman, Ja.j;es Stedman, Joseph 
Williams, Henry Strong, George Hill, J. A. Rockwell, 
W. H. Law, Levi Hart Goddard, Asa Child, George 
Perkins. 

Colchester — Amherst D. Scovill. 

Gr.swold — Thomas Stuart, Samuel C. Morgan, 

Groton — John Hudson. 

Lebanon — William T. Williams. 

Lyme — Henry M. Wait, Chanes GriswohL 

Stonin^ton — Alexander G. Smith, George Hubbard,* 
Elias Brown, Francis Amy, 

Waterford — Isaiah Rogers. 

Fairfield — Thomas Robinson. 

Danhury — Daniel A. Cook, Russel Hoyt, Edward 
Taylor. 

Bridgeport — Joseph Backus, Daniel Sterling, Joseph 
Wood, Alanson Hamlin, Mark Moore, Charles Foot. 

Norwalk — Clark Bisseil, Benjamin Isaacs, Thaddeus 
Betts, E. M. Morgan, David C. Sanford. 

Ridgefield— Thaddeus Keeler, 2d. 

Stamford — Charles Haw ley. 

Stratford — Daniel Judson, 



COMMISSIONERS ON TURNPIKE ROADS. 63 

Brooklyn — John Parish, Adams White, jr. 

Ashford — Horace Gaylord. 

Windham — Samuel Perkins, Joel W. White. 

Wotdstock — John MeClelJan. 

Litchfield — Frederick Wolcott, Seth P. Beer#, 
Origen S. Seymour, George C. Woodruff. 

New-Milford — Nathaniel Perry. 

• Salisbury — Elisha Sterling. 

Middletown — G. W. Stanley, Jonathan Barnes, 
Wm. Van Deursen, Abiel A. Loornis, Chauncey Whit- 
tlesey, S. K. Wightman. 

Chatham — Horace Foot. 

Haddam — Linus Parmelee. 

East Haddam - N. L. Foster, Eliphalet A. Bulkley, 
John C. Palmer. 

Saybrook, (Essex Borough; — Samuel Ingham, 

Tolland— Jeremiah Parish. 

Hebron — Leonard Hendee. 



COMMISSIONERS ON TURNPIKE ROADS, BRIDGES^ 
FERRIES, ETC. 

[Appointed by the Senate — May, 1832.] 

ON TURNPIKE ROADS. 

1. Boston. Zelotes Long, Thomas M. Grosvenor. 

2. Bridgeport & Newtown. Abijah Merritt, James B. 

Fairman. 

3. Canaan & Salisbury. Benajah Douglass, Wm. M. 

Burrall. 

4. Centre. Ichabod Corbin, Gurdon Manning. 

5. Chatham & Marlborough. Daniel Burrows, John 

Stewart. 

6. Cheshire. Lemuel Whitman, Charles H. Pond. 

7. Chester & North-Killingworth. Samuel Webb t 

Joshua L'Hommedieu, 
jEj. Colchester & Chatham, Benjamin Trumfeull, Daru 
iel Burrows,. 



54 COMMISSIO NERS ON TURNPIKE ROADS* 

9. Colchester & Norwich. Charles Thomas, Sher- 
wood Raymond, 

10. Columbia. John Graves, Zachariah Cone. 

11. Connecticut. Jeremiah Surges, Charles ITawley,, 

12. Cornwall & Warren- Chalker Pratt, Stephen- 

Bonney. 

13. Cornwall & Washington. Eliada Barber, Mat- 

thew Logan. 

14. Can -an & Litchfield. William M. Burrall, Abei : 

Catlin. 

15. Connecticut A: Rhode-Island. Ichabod Bulkley, 

John Williams. 

16. Danbury & Ridoefieid. Stephen Hoyt, Russell 

Hoyt. 

17. Durham & East-Guilford. Daniel Burrows, Reu- 

ben Elliott. 

18. East-Haddam & Colchester. Samuel S. Warner, 

Alfred Worthing ton. 

19. Esist Middle. (Charles G. Ives, James Bishop. 
W. Daniel Griswold, Thomas Sill. 

21. Farmington River. Lent Benham, Abiram Cham- 

ber] in. 

22. Fairfield, Redding & Weston. Abel Hoyt, Thad- 

deus D. Reed. 

23. Fair-Haven. Charles H. Pond, Oliver Norns. 

24. Goshen & Sharon. Israel Camp, David Woosten. 

25. Granby. Henry Kilbourn, Apollos G. Hillier. 

26. Green Woods. Gideon Hall, James Shepard. 

27. Groton &. Stonington. Amos Gallup, John A. 

Fulton. 
29. Guilford & Durham. George Griswold, Richard 
Robinson. 

29. Haddam & Durham. John Swathe!, Cbas. Arnold, 

30. Hartford & New- Haven. Charles H. Pond,Luther 

Beckley. 

SI. Hartford & New-London. George Merrick, Ab- 
ner Hendee. 

32. Hartford, Tolland, Windham & New-London Coun- 
ties, Leonard Hendee, Stephen Tracy. 



COMMISSIONERS ON TURNPIKE ROADS. 55 



33. Hartford & Tolland. Henry Kilbourn, Lorain P. 

Waldo. 

34. Hebron & Middle-Had dam. John Stewart, Joseph 

Dow. 

35. Hous;i tonic. John Peck, Lzekiel Gilbeit. 

36. Huntington. Abraham D. Baldwin, Pbilo Bassett. 

37. Killingworth & Haddam. David Spencer, Luther 

Hull. 
39. Litchfield & Cornwall. Lewis Peck,.Toseph Adams. 

39. Litchfield & Harwinton. Uriah Hopkins, Joseph 

Adam«. 

40. Litchfield & New-Milford. Abel Hine, Samuel P. 

Bolles. 

41. Middlesex. Henry Kilbourn, Jedediah Post. 

42. Middletown & Berlin. Horatio Gridley, Daniel 

Burrows. 

43. Mid detown & Durham. Richard Robinson, Win. 

Mix. 

44. Middletown & Meriden. William Yale, Daniel 

Burrows. 

45. Mohican. Adam Larrabee, Peter Comstock* 

46. Monroe & Zoar Bridge. Jacob Beers, Abraham 

D Baldwin. 

47. Monsup. Samuel L. Hough, Elisha L. Fuller. 

48. New-Milford & Roxbury. Selah Richmond* Abel 

Hine. 

49. Norwich & Salem. Charles Thomas, Richard E. 

Selden, jr. 

50. New-Haven & Derby. Alexander Harrison, Sam- 

uel Wire. 

51. New-Haven & Milford. Wm. Durand, jr. Grinley 

Harrison. 

52. New-London & Lyme. Samuel Green, Thomas 

Sill. 

53. New-London & Windham Counties. Jos. Eaton, 

Chester Lyon. 

54. New-Milford & Sherman. Daniel A. Pickett, Ich- 

abod Noble. 

55. New-Preston. Wells Beardslee, John R. Fuller , 



56 COMMISSIONERS ON TURNPIKE ROADS. 

56. Northfield. Aaron Sanford, jr. Jessup Wak email, 

57. Norwalk & Danbury. Erastus SturgesJ. H. Seeley 

58. Norwalk & Newtown. Abraham D. Baldwin, Ja- 

cob Beers. 

59. Norwich & Woodstock. John Davis, Charles 

Thomas. 

60. Oxford. Erastus Osborne, John Peck. 

61. Petti paug & Guilford. Humphrey Williams, Geo. 

Griswold. 

62. Pine's Bridge. Hiram Osborn, John Buckingham. 

63. Providence. Benjamin E. Palmer, Tho's Backus. 

64. Rimmon Falls. Charles H. Pond, Samuel Wire. 

65. Salem & Hamburg. Felix Starkey, Samuel S. 

Warner. 

66. Sharon & Cornwall. Lewis Peck, Joseph Adams. 

67. Shetucket. Charles Thomas, John A. Rockwell. 

68. Stafford Mineral Springs. John J. Moulton, Ben- 

jamin Corbin. 

69. Still River. Joseph Miller, Launcelot Phelps. 

70. Southington & Waterbury. Joel Hinman, Romeo 

Lowrey. 

71. Sandybrook. Gideon Hall, Ezra Doolittle. 
72* Straits. Charles H. Pond, Morris Woodruff. 

73. Sugar Hollow. Erastus Stur^es, Jesse S. Bradley. 

74. Tulcett Mountain. Henry Kilbourn, Seth Terry. 

75. Thompson. John J. Green, Wm. Fisher. 

76. Tolland County. Joseph Merrick, Ira Johnson. 

77. Torrington. Jonathan Buel, Phineas Lord. 

78. Tolland & Mansfield. Calvin Manning, Orrin Holt. 

79. Washington. Elijah Baldwin, David C. Whit- 

tlesey. 

80. Windham & Coventry. Walter Williams, Isaac 

King. 

81. Windham & Mansfield. Amasa Hyde, William 

Rice. 

82. West Middle. Nehe liiah C. Sanford, Samuel 

Steele. 

83. Windham & Brooklyn. Vine Robinson, Comfort 

C, Tiffany, 



COMMISSIONERS ON BRIDGES AND FERRIES. 57 

84. Woodstock & Somers. William Rice, John P. 

Williams. 

85. Waterbury River. Jonathan Coe, Elijah War. 

ren, jr. 
i 86. Wolcottville. Uriel Tuttle, Horace Hi^ley. 
I 87. We ton. Joseph Bennett, Ebenezer S. Hall. 
| 88. Wells Hollow. Abraham D. Baldwin, Jacob Beera. 

89. James L. Wooster, Samuel Wire. 

90. Isaac Seeley, Erdstus Stureres. 

91. Branch. Donal Judso-, Isaac Bennett. 

ON BRIDGES. 

1. Niantic. James Rogers, Wm. F. Brainard. 

2. Hartford. Lemuel White, Josiah Atwood, Henry 

Kilbourn. 
8. Norwich & Preston. Erastus Coit, Elias Brown, 
Jonathan Brewster. 

4. Mystic. Stephen Haley, Asa Fish. 

5. Tomlmson's. Daniel Brown, Orrin D. Squires. 

6. Bridgeport. D. Brooks, Josiah Gorham. 

7. Washington. Charles H, Pond, Enoch Foote. 

8. Leavenworth's. Au^ur Lewis, Ezekiel Gilbert. 

9. Zoar. Newton Tuttle, Samuel Wheeler. 

10. Bennet's. Benjamin Hard, Jacob Beers. 

11. Hawley's. Wait S. Northrop, Czar Nearing. 

12. New-Milford. Nathan Gaylord, Dani-1 Gaylord, 

13. Bull's Falls. Nathan Gaylord, Daniel Gaylord. 

14. Pratt's. Nathan Gaylord, Daniel Gaylord. 

15. Fuller's. Nathan Gaylord, Daniel Gaylord. 

16. Union. Henry Beers, Daniel Hinman. 

17. Abel Hine, Selah Richmond. 

ON FERRIES. 

1. Derby Ferry,at the Narrows. Alexander Harris on, 

Samuel Meigs. 

2. New-London. Charles Bulkeley, Albert Latham. 

3. Gale's. Sherwood Raymond, Samuel Chaney. 

4. Chapman's. John Bushnell, Josh. L'Homme4ieu, 

5. Warner's. Zebulon Brockway, jr f John Shipman. 



68 COMMISSIONERS OK FERRIES, RIVERS, &C. 

6. Hiopgranum. Benjamin Hurd, Mason Holmes. 

7. East-Haddam. John Bushnell, J. L'Hommedieu. 

8. Middle Haddam Landing. Benjamin Hurd, Ralph 

Smith. 

9. Essex. Zebulon Brockway, jr. Jedediah Post. 

10. Rocky-Hill. Robert Hunt, Henry Bulkley. 

11. Pratt's. Joseph Wells Samuel Hannrr->r. 

12. King's. Jabez Collins, Apollos Fuller. 

13. East- Windsor, at the mouth of Scantic River. — 

John Watson, Henry Sill. 

14. East- Windsor, at Warehouse-Point. John Shep- 

ard, William Barnes. 

15. Enfield & Sufneld, or Lovejoy's. Jabez Collins, 

Apollos Fuller. 

16. Saybrook. Samuel Carter, Charles C. Griswold. 

17. Haddam Island. Benjamin Hurd, Charles Arnold. 



COMMISSIONERS ON THE UNION COMPANY CONNECTI- 
CUT RIVER. 

Lemuel White, James Babcock, Henry Barnard. 



COMMISSIONERS ON THAMES RIVER. 

Ebenezer Huntington, Richard Law, Denison Palmer. 



COMMISSIONERS ON FARMINGTON CANAL. 

Simeon Baldwin, William Moseley, George Cowles, 
Jonathan O. Pettibone, Roger Mills. 



COMMISSIONERS ON THE WORKS OF THE CONNECTI- 
CUT RIVER COMPANY. 

John S. Peters, Martin Welles, Calvin Willey. 



DIRECTORS OF CONNECTICUT STATE PRISON. 

Henry Kilbourn, Samuel Galpin. Andrew Dennison. 
Warden. Montague. 

The Commissioners to equai : ze the Assessment List 
for the State, are the Treasurer and Comptroller for the 
time being. 



SENATORIAL DISTRICTS. 69 



Senatorial Districts. 

District No. 1. Consists of the Towns of Hartford, 
Wethfrsfield, Berlin, find Southington. 

No. 2. Enfield, Suffield, East Windsor, East-Hart- 
ford, Glastonbury, Marlborough and Manchester. 

No. 3. Hartland, G anby, Simsbury, Windsor, Can- 
ton, Farmington. Bristol, Burlm ton, and Avon. 

No. 4. New-Haven, Hamden, Milford, Orange and 
North-Haven. 

No. 5. Woodbridge, Derby, Oxford, Southbury, 
Middlebury, Waterbury, Prospect and Wolcott. 

No 6. East-Haven, Cheshire, MeriaYn, Walling- 
ford, Branford, Guilford, Madison and North- B-anford. 

No. 7. New-i ondo •, Groton, Stonington, and Wa- 
terford. 

No. 8. Norwich, Nor h-Stonington, Preston, Gris- 
wold, Lisbon and Franklin. 

No. 9. Lyme, Colchester, Lebanon, Montville, Sa- 
lem and Bozrah. 

No. 10. Fairfield, Bridgeport, Stratford, Hunting- 
ton, Weston, Trumbull and Monroe. 

No. il. Danbury, R^dgefield, Reading, Newtown, 
Brookfleld New-Fairfield and Sherman. 

No. 12. Norwalk, Darien, Stamford, Greenwich, 
New-Canaan and Wilton. 

No. 13. Brookly n, Canterbury, Hampton, Plainfield, 
Sterling, Voluntown, Windham and Chaplin. 

No. 14. Ashford, Killingly, Pomfr. t, Thompson 
and Woodstock. 

No. 15. Litchfield, Harwinton. New-Hartford, Tor. 
rington, Winchester, Barkhampstead, and Colebrcok, 

No. 16. New-Milford, Warren, Washington, Rox- 
bury, Bethlem,Woodbridore, Watertown and Plymouth, 

No. 17. Salisbury, Canaan, Norfolk, Sharon, Corn- 
wall, Goshen and Kent. 

No, 18. Middletown, Durham and Chatham. 



60 SENATORIAL DISTRICTS. 



No. 19. Haddam, East-Haddam, Killingworth and 
Saybrook. 

No. 20. Tolland, Ellington, Soiners, Stafford, Un- 
ion and Wellington. 

No. 21. Bolton,Coventry, Columbia. Hebron, Mans- 
field and Vernon. 



Extract from the District Law. 

Sec. 3. The presiding officers in the meetings of 
the electors, in the respective towns in this State, shall 
make out the certificates of the votes for Senators in 
the General Assembly, as follows, to wit : 

" At a meeting of the electors in the town of 
legally warned and held on the first Monday of April, 
A. D. the following persons received the 

number of votes annexed to their names respectively, 
for a Senator in the next General Assembly ot this 
State, for District number 

Names. j Number of votes in words 

at full length. 
Duplicate list of votes for Senator, certified by 

A. B. Presiding Officer." 
Sec. 4. The presiding officers, m making out said 
certified lists, shall insert the number of votes in words 
at full length. 

Sec. 5. The superscription on each of such certifi- 
cates to be returned to the Secretary of this State,shali 
be as follows, to wit : 

" To the Secretary of this State. 
14 Votes of the Electors of the town of 
for a Senator for District number taken and seal* 

ed up by 

A. B. Presiding Officer." 



MEDICAL SOCIETY. 61 



Connecticut Medical Society. 

At the annual meeting of the President and Fellows of 
the Connecticut Medical Society, held at Hai tford, 
in May 1832, the following Officers were chosen for 
the ensuing year. 

William Buel, m. d., President. 
Thomas Miner, m. d., Vice President. 
Joseph Palmer, m. d., Treasurer. 
Charles Hooker, m.d., Secretary. 

Standing Committees. 

Committee of Examination. — S. B. Woodward, m. 
p., Andrew Harris, m. d., Silas Fuller, m. d., Luther 
Ticknor, m. d., Archibald Mercer, m. d. 

Committee to nominate Professors in the Medical 
Institution. — Eli Todd, m. d., Joseph Palmer, m. d., 
Henry Woodward, m. d. 

Committee to nominate Physician of Retreat. — 
Thomas Hubbard, m. d., Eli Ives, m. d., His Ex. J. S. 
Peters, m. d. Wm. Buel, m. d. Samuel Carter, m. d. 

Fellows. 

Hartford County. — J. J. Abernethy, Pardon Brown- 
ell, E. D. Hudson, Amanah Brigham, Elijah F. Reed. 

New-Haven County. J. Knight, Jsaac Jennings, 
Reynold Webb, Virgil M. Dow, Charles Hooker. 

New-London County. — Avery Downer, Eleazer B. 
Downing, Lucius Tyler, Thomas P. Wattles, Mason 
Manning. 

Windham County. — Luther Manning,Chester Hunt, 
Mowry Burgess, Patrick Carpenter, James B- Whit- 
comb. 

Fairfield County. — Elijah Middlebrook, Rufns 
Blakeman, Sturges Bulkeley, Lloyd Seeley, John Tom- 
linson. 



m-toUlKsAlu SUtlJtilXt 



Litchfield County. — Johnson C. Hatch, Lyman Cat 
lin, Ralph Demmg, Joel G. Candee, Josiah G. Beck- 
with. 

Middlesex County. — Asa H. King, Samuel Carter, 
David Harrison. 

Tolland County. — Eleazer Hunt, Alden Skinner, 
Archibald Welch. 

Clerks of the Counties. 
Hartford County. — J. J. Abernethy. 
J\ew- Haven, " Nathan B. Ives. 
New-London, " Thomas P. Wattles. 
Fairfield, " John Tomlinson. 

Windham, " James B. Whitcomb. 
Litchfield, " Josiah G. Beckvvith. 
Middlesex, " Ira Hutchinson. 
Tolland, " O. K. Isham. 



The following gentlemen, at the Annual Convention 
of the Society, were appointed a Committee to apply to 
the Legislature for a law to facilitate the Study of An- 
atomy, it deemed by them expedient. 

Doctors Samuel B. Woodward, Charles Hooker, Lu- 
ther Ticknor. 



Surveyors of Connecticut. 



George Gillet, Esq., Surveyor General, 



Deputy Surveyors. 

County of Hartford. — Daniel St. John, of Hartford. 
County of New-Haven— Noyes Darhng,of Woodbridge 
County of New-London. — Moses Warren, of Lyme. 
County of Fairfield.— Benjamin Hoyt, of Danbury. 
County of Windham. — Jona. Nichols, of Thompson. 
County of Litchfield. — Wm. M. Burrall, of Canaan. 
County of Middlesex. — Edwin F. Johnson, of Middle- 
town. 



INCORPORATED CITIES. 63 



INCORPORATED CITIES. 



HARTFORD. 
Thomas S. Williams, Mayor. 
Aldermen. 
Nathan Johnson, I Walter Mitchell, 
Henry Seymour, | Jesse Savage. 
Common Council Men. 
Henry Waterman, Chaunuey Barnard, Truman 
Hanks, Frederick Oakes, Oliver WooJford, Daniel 
Burgess, Henry Barnard, Asahel Saunders, Nathan 
Morgm, Roderick Terry, Thomas C. Perkins, Allen S. 
Stillman, H. Huntington, jr. Waterman Roberts, Pe- 
ter Morton, R chard Bigeiovv, Charles H. Northam, 
Edmund B. Stedman. 

Treasurer. — Nathaniel Goodwin. 
Clerk. — Wm. Conner. 
Auditor. — Elisha Dodd. 
Collector. — Benjamin Hastings. 
Sheriffs. — Benjamin Hastings, Horace Wads worth. 
City Court held on the first .uonday in each month. 
Annual meeting last Monday in March. 



NEW-HAVEN. 

Ebenezer Seeley, Mayor. 
Aldermen. 
David Kimberly, I Caleb Brintnall, 

Charles A. Ingersoll, | Sidney Hull. 
Common Council Men. 
John JSabcoek, L. Bishop, Leverett Griswold, Wm, 
Dwight, Smith Tuttle, Josiepn Fairchild, J. H. Town- 
send, James EngLsh, Frederick Lines, Alfred Daggett, 
Isaac Bradley, NoDle Towner. 
Treasurer. — John Fitch. 
Clerk. — Elisha Munson. 
Attorney. — Charles A. Ingersoll. 
Collector. — Justin Redfield. 
Sheriffs. — Justin Redfield, James C. Parker. 



64 INCORPORATED CITIES. ' 

NEW-LONDON. 

CODDINGTON BlLLINGS, Mayor. 

Aldermen, 
Jonathan Coit, I John A. Fulton, 
Anson Smith, | Henry Douglass. 

Common Council Men. 
Daniel Starr, Wanton A. Weaver, Daniel B. Hemp- 
stead, Joseph Lawrence, Leonard H. Bulkeley, Win. 
Tate, jr. 

Clerk — Henry Douglass. 

Agent and Attorney — William F. Brainard. 

Treasurer — John A. Fulton. 

Sheriffs — John Danflrth, Isaac Treby. 

City Court held on the 1st Monday in each month.— 
Annual meeting 2d Monday in June. 



NO RWICH. 
James Lanman, Mayor. 

Aldermen. 
John De Witt, I George Hil!, 
John T. Adams, j Roswell Morgan. 

Common Council Men. 
Newcomb Kinney, Samuel Tyler, George Moore, 
Jedediah Huntington, Asa Roath. Jacob Rowe, Roder- 
ick Rose, John Murray, u m. Phillips, Nathan Champ- 
lain John Prentice, Jesse Fuller. % 

Clerk — Alexander Lathrop, 

Attorney — As a Child. 

Treasurer — F. A. Pprkins. 

Sheriffs — Frederick Pn? ce, S. B. Hempstead. 

City Court held on the 2d Monday in each month.— 
Anuual meeting 1 st Monday in June. 



INCORPORATED CITY BOROUGHS. 65 

MIDDLET OWN. 

Elijah Hubbard, Mayor. 

Aldermen. 
Samuel Cooper, I John Alsop, 
Richard Hubbard, | Joseph Taylor. 

Common Council Men. 

Timothy Savage, Joseph Warner, David Allen, Hor- 
ace Clark, Wm. S. Camp, Isaac Bacon, Asa Richard- 
son, Richard Atkins. 

John Fisk, City Clerk and Treasurer and Clerk of 
City Court. 

Attorney. — George W. Stanley. 

Sheriffs. — Daniel Samson, Amasa Beach. 

Auditors. — S. D. Hubbard, Wm. S. Camp, John L. 
Smith. 

Annual meeting, 3d Monday in January. City Court 
held 2d Tuesday in each month. 

BOROUGHS. 

COLCHESTER. 

John Turner, Warden. 
Burgesses. — Samuel Kellogg, Joshua B. Rogers, 
Amherst D. Scovell, Shubael Brown, Alfred B* Pierce. 
Clerk. — Ezekiel W. Parsons. 
Treasurer. — Avery Morgan. 
Bailiff.-- John C. Bulkeley. 



STONINGTON. 

George Hubbard, Warden. 
Burgesses. — Samuel F. Denison, Gurdon Trumbull 
David C. Smith, Ephraim Williams, William H. Wood* 
bridge, Giles R. Hallam. 

Clerk and Treasurer. — Francis Amy* 
Bailiff. — Benjamin F. States. 
5 



frt* BOROUGHS. 



BRIDGEPORT. 

Al anson Hamlin, Warden. 
Burgesses. — Jesse Sterling, Thomas C. Wordln, 
Setfe B. Jones, George Kippen, Win. H. Peet. 

ESSEX. 

Ezra S. Mather, Warden. 

Burgesses. — William Williams,Amasa Hayden,Sam- 
uel Ingham, Samuel M. Hayden, Henry L. Champlin, 
Joseph H. Hayden, 

Clerk and Treasurer. — Elias Redfield. 

Bailiff.— Saved C. Redfield. 



GUILFORD. 

Samuel C. Johnson, Warden. 

Burgesses. — Samuel Robinson, jr. Agur Wildman, 
Frederick R. Griffing, Richard Fowler, Stephen Gris- 
wold, Joel Griswold, jr. 

Clerk. — Samuel Fowler, jr. 

Bailiff. — George A. Fowler. 



KILLINGWORTH. 

Austin Olcott, Warden. 

Burgesses. — John Stanton, Friend Whittlesey, Leet 
Kurd, William H. Buell, David Dibble, jr. Eli A. El- 
liott. 

Treasurer and Bailiff.—* Edward Wright. 



NEWTOWN. 

Ebenezer Turner, Warden. 

Burgesses. — J. B. Fairman, Henry Dutton, Czar 
Keeler, Henry Beers, Theophilus Nicholls, Charles 
Botsford. 

Clerk and Treasurer. — Thomas Blackman. 



BOROUGHS, &C, 67 

DANBURY. 

Eli T. Hoyt, Warden. 

Burgesses. — Russell Hoyt, John F. Beard, Starr 
Nicholls, George W. Ives, John C. Blackmail, Ephrain* 
Gregory, 

Clerk. — Darius Starr, 

Batiif— Elias S. Sanford. 



STAMFORD, 

John W. Leeds, Warden. 

Burgesses. — Sands Adams, George Brown, Ezra 
Knapp, James S. Davenport, Wm, H. Holley, Samuel 
Lockwood. 

Clerk. — Seymour Jams, 



LITCHFIELD VILLAGE. 

[Incorporated in 1818.] 
William Buel, President. 
Clerk. — Joseph Adams. 
Treasurer. — Phinehas Miner. 
Bailiff. — James C. Wadsworth. 

DATES OF THE SETTLEMENT OF THE SEVERAL 
COLONIES, 

Virginia, in 1607 — New- York, 1614 — Massa- 
chusetts, 1620 — New-Hampshire, 1626 — New- 
Jersey, 1624 — Delaware, 1627 — Maine, 1620 — 
Maryland, 1633— Connecticut, 1635 — Rhode-I- 
sland,1636 North-Carolina,I650— South-Car- 
olina, 1670 — Pennsjlvania 5 1682 — Georgia, 1733* 



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74 COMMISSIONERS APPOINTED BY THE GOVERNOR 



COMMISSIONERS, 

Appointed by the Governor of Connecticut, to take the 
acknowledgment of deeds, &c. and depositions, in 
the respective States, where they reside. 



Seth Terry, 
Francis Brinley, jr. 
John R. Richmond, 
William H. Smith, 
William H. Maxwell, ^ 
Edwin Burr, I 

John Bissell, j 

William Grade, J 

Branford R. Wood, 
John J. Hinman, 
Benning Mann, 
George Gould, 
Selah B. Treat, 
Cyrus P. Smith, 
Edward E. Law, 
George Webb, 
Joseph Watson, 
Ebenezer Jessup, 
William S. Perkins, 
Solomon P. Chase, 
John M. Sterling, 
George W. Erving, 
Appleton Downer, 
Gurdon Deming, 
Charles S. Henry, 
Henry Daggett, 
fchn SlidelJ, 



Vermont. 

Boston, Massachusetts. 
Bristol, Rhode-Jsland. 
Providence, Rhode-Island. 

New- York City. 

Albany, New- York. 
Utica, New- York. 
Sydney, Dela. Co. N. York, 
Troy, New- York. 
Yates Co. New- York. 
Brooklyn, Long-Island. 
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 
Baltimore, Maryland. 
District of Columbia. 
Huron County, Ohio. 
Painsville, Ohio. 
Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Cleaveland, Ohio. 
Vincennes, Ohio. 
Zanesville, Ohio. 
Fayettville, North-Carolina. 
Savannah, Georgia. 
Mobile, Alabama. 
New-Orleans, Louisiana. 



BANKS. 75 

BANKS IN CONNECTICUT. 

CONNECTICUT BRANCH OF THE UNITED 
STATES BANK, AT HARTFORD. 

Enoch Parsons, President. 
Joshua P. Burnham, Cashier. 
Directors. — Enoch Parsons, Thomas K. Brace, Job 
Allyn, Alva Gilman, Jesse Savage, John Russ, Harvey 
Seymour, Samuel L. Pitkin. 

Samuel H. Parsons, Attorney for the Bank. 
Days of discount, Mondays and Thursdays. 
Hours of business from 9 to 12, and from 2 to 4» 
Annual election, in April. 



HARTFORD BANK. 

Incorporated in 1792. 

Joseph Trumbull, President. 
Henry A. Perkins, Cashier. 
Directors. — Joseph Trumbull, James B. Hosmer, 
Robert Watkinson, D. Watkinson, Charles Goodwin, 
Roderick Terry, Daniel P. Hopkins, Barzillai Hudson, 
M. W. Chapin,Hezekiah Huntingtonjr. James Cowles, 
Richard Bigelow. On the part of the State, Nathan 
Morgan. 

Francis Parsons, Attorney for the Bank. 
Discount days, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. 
Annual meeting of the Stockholders, 2d Thursday 
in June. 

Capital Stock, $1,100,000. 



PHGENIX BANK. 

Incorporated in 1814. 

Charles Sigourney, President. 
George Beach, Cashier. 
Directors. — Charles Sigourney,Samuel Tudo^Tho'B 
Day, Charles Seymour, Henry Shepard, Normand 



76 BANKS. ___ 

Smith, jr. David C. Collins, H. L. Porter, Ward Wood- 
bridge, Cyprian Nicholls, Ed. P. Cooke,Solomon Por- 
ter. On the part of the^State, S. H. Huntington. 

Walter Mitchell, Attorney for the Bank. 

Discount days, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. 

Annual Election, 1st Thursday in September. 

Dividends semi-annually, in March and September. 

Capital Stock, $1,213,000. 



Branch of the Phoenix Bank, at Litchfield* 

James Gould, President. 
Charles Spencer, Cashier. 

Directors. — James Gould, William Buell, Origen S» 
Seymour, Samuel P. Bolles, Asa "Bacon, J. Canfield, 
E. Sterling. 

Seth P. Beers, Attorney for the Bank. 

Discount days, Mondays and Thursdays. 

Notes to be lodged before 12 o'clock. 



CONNECTICUT RIVER BANKING COMPANY. 

Alfred Smith, President. 
Horatio Alden, Cashier. 

Directors. — Alfred Smith, Wm. H. Imlay, ? Jamee 
H. Welles, Denison Morgan, Wra. T. Lee, Stephen 
Spencer, Daniel Buck, E. B* Stedman. 

Francis Parsons, Attorney for the Bank. 
Discount days, Mondays and Thursdays, 

HARTFORD SAVINGS SOCIETY, 

Ward Woodbridge, President. 
Vice-Presidents. — James H. Wells, John T. Peters, 
Charles Sigourney, John Russ, Isaac Perkins, David 
Watkinson, William Ely, Cyprian Nicholls, Henry 
Hudson, Samuel Tudor, James B. Hosmer, Charles 
Hosraer. 



Trustees.-— John Butler, B. Hudson, Thomas K. 
Brace, Stephen Spencer, Daniel P. Hopkins, Solomon 
Porter, Charles Seymour, Jeremy Hoadley, Normand 
Smith, jr. George Putnam, Richard Bigelow, Henry 
A. Perkins, William T. Lee, Albert Day, J. P. Burn- 
ham, John Beach, Francis Parsons, Charles Sheldon, 
John W. Bull, Hay nes L. Porter, Joseph B. Gilbert, 
Jesse Savage. 

Normand Smith, jr. Secretary. 
Reuben Langdon, Treasurer. 



NEW-HAVEN BANK. 

Henry Denison, President. 
Amos Townsend, jr. Cashier. 

Directors. — Henry Denison, Henry Trowbridge, 
William Bristol, Titus Street, Henry Huggins, Wil* 
liam Lyon, William K. Townsend, Roger S. Baldwin, 
Wm. H. Elliott. On the part of the State,Caleb Brint- 
nell. 

Discount days, Mondays and Saturdays. 
Hours of business, from 10, A. M. to 3, P. M. 
Annual meeting, first Thursday of July. 
Capital Stock, $335,000. 



MECHANICS' BANK, NEW-HAVEN. 

Eneas Munson, President. 
John Fitch, Cashier. 

Directors. — Eneas Munson, Russel Hoyt, John Bab- 
cock, 2d. James Hunt, Russel Hotchkiss, Dennis Kim- 
berly, Joseph N. Clarke, Stephen Twining, Elihu San* 
ford, 

Discount days, Tuesdays and Fridays. 
Hours of business, from 10 A. M. to 3 P. M, 
Annual meeting, first Monday in July. 
Capital Stock, $300,000, 



78 BANKS. 

• I NEW-HAVEN CITY BANK. 

Charles Atwater, President. 
Nathaniel A. Bacon, Cashier. 
Directors. — Charles Atwater, Samuel St. John,Wra 
Mix,Henry W.Edwards,Hervey Sanford,Theron Town- 
er, John H. Cooley,Horace R. Hotchkiss,Seth Thomas. 



NEW-HAVEN SAVINGS BANK. 

William Bristol, President. 
Obadiah Hotchkiss, Viee-President. 
S. J. Hitchcock, Secretary. 

NEW-LONDON BANK. 

Incorporated in 1807. 
Jacob B. Gurley, President. 
Anthony Thatcher, Cashier. 
Directors. — Jacob B. Gurleyjssac ThompsonjTho's 
W. Williams, Noyes Barber, Ezra Chappell, Ralph 
Isham, Nathaniel S«. Perkins, Noyes Billings, Jonathan 
Coit. 

Discount days, Tuesdays and Fridays. 
Hours of business,from 10 to 12 A. M. and 2 to 4 P.M 
Annual meeting, 1st Tuesday of July. 
Capital Stock, $150,000. 

UNION BANK, NEW-LONDON. 
Incorporated 1792. 
William P. Cleaveland, President. 
Ebenezer Learned, Cashier. 
Directors. — William P. Cleaveland, Jonathan S'arr, 
Robert Coit, Jonathan Starr, jr. John O. Miner, Wm, 
P. Cleaveland, jr. Archibald Mercer, William Williams, 
jr. Wm. Sterfte, George R. Lewis, Increase Wilson, 
James Morgan. 

William P. Cleaveland, jr. Attorney for the Bank, 
Annual meeting, 1st Thursday in June. 
Discount days, Tuesdays and Fridays. 
Hours of business, from 10 to 12 A. M. & 2 to 4 P. M. 
Capital Stock, $100,000. 



BANKS. 79 

NEWVLONDON SAVINGS SOCIETY. 

Ezra Chappell, President. 

Vice-Presidents. — T. W. Willian^Eben'r Learned. 

Directors, — Archibald Mercer, Robert Coit, Charles 
S. Stockman, William P. Cleaveland, William P. 
Cleaveland, jr. 

Joseph C. Siatare, Treasurer and Secretary. 

MIDDLETOWN BANK. 

Incorporated in 1795. 

Elijah Hubbard, President. 
Henry Carrington, Cashier. 

Directors. — Nehemiah Hubbard, Elijah Hubbard* 
Samuel D. Hubbard, Richard Hubbard, Nathan Starr, 
Stephen Taylor, Joseph Hill, Walter Booth, Samuel 
Russell, David Allen, Elishama Brandegee. 

Jonathan Barnes, Attorney for the Bank. 
Discount days, Tuesdays and Fridays. 
Annual meeting, 1st Thursday in January. 
Capital Stock, #400,000. 

MIDDLESEX COUNTY BANK. 

Incorporated in 1830. 

Henry L.DeKoven, President. 
Eleazer Lacey, Cashier. 

Directors. — Joseph W. Alsop, Ebenezer Jackson, 
jr. Henry L. DeKoven, Joseph Taylor, Charles Dyer, 
John Alsop, John Wyse, Randolph Pease, Ashbel Gris- 
wold, John Stewart, Richard YV. Hart, Samuel Russell, 
Jesse Sterling, Timothy Starkey. 

Stillman K. Wightman, Attorney to the Bank. 
Discount days, Mondays and Thursdays. 
Annual meeting, 1st Wednesday in July. 
Capital Stock, $200,000. ' 



80 BANKS. 

MIDDLETOWN SAVINGS BANK. 

Nehemiah Hubbard, President. 

Vice-Presidents, — Augustus Cook, Richard Rand. 

Director*.-— George W. Stanley,John L. Smith,Chas. 
Dyer, Luke C. Lyman. 

Samuel Southmayd, Secretary and Treasurer. 



NORWICH BANK. 

Incorporated in 1796. 

Jabez Huntington, President. 
Francis A. Perkins, Cashier. 

\Directors* — Jabez Huntington, John L. Buswell, 
Benjamin Coit, J. G. W. Trumbull, Joseph Williams, 
Nathaniel Shipman, Joseph Huntington,Jedediah Hunt- 
ington, James Treat, Frederick Perkins, John Isham, J. 

W. Kinney. 

Joseph Williams, Attorney to the Bank. 

Annual meeting in June. 
Dividends in January and July. 

Capital Stock, $200,000. 



THAMES BANK, NORWICH. 

Wilham P. Greene, President. 
Lyman Brewer, Cashier. 

Directors.— William P. Greene, W. C. Gilman, C. 
Goddard, A. H. Hubbard, H. M. Waite, Adam Larra- 
bee, Edward Whiting, James Stedman, Henry Strong, 
A. F. Gilman, Walter Lester. 

Dividends in March and September. 
Annual meeting in June. 

Capital Stock, $200,000. 



BANKS. 81 

NORWICH SAVINGS SOCIETY. 

Jabez Huntington, President. 
Vice-Presidents. — J. L. Bus well, W. C. Gilman, 
G. L. Perkins. 

Directors.. — Joseph Williams, C. P. Huntington, 
Erastus Coit, Lyman Brewer, Charles Coit, Moses Mil- 
liard, Nathaniel Shipman, J. G. W. Trumbull, John 
Dunham. 

Amount of Deposits over $100,000. 



BRIDGEPORT BANK, 

Incorporated in 1806. 
Isaac Bronson, President. 
Josiah S. Hoyt, Cashier. 
Directors. — Phillip A. Cannon, David P. Minott, 
William Peet, Isaac Burroughs, Thaddeus Hubbell. 
Notes must be presented on or before Thursday. 
Discount made on Friday. 
Hours of business, from 9 to 12 A. M. and from 2 to 4 

P.M. 
Annual meeting ot Stockholders, first Wednesday 
in July. 

Capital Stock, $ 100,000. 



CONNECTICUT BANK. 

Enoch Hubbell, President. 
Charles Foote, Cashier. 

Directors. — E. Hubbell, Fitch Wheeler, Reuben 
Tweedy, Daniel Sterling,Daniel Thatcher, Eli Mygatt, 
David Brooks, Hanford Lyon, Charles Perry, Jeremiah 
Sturgess. 

FAIRFIELD COUNTY BANK, NORWALK. 

Henry Belden, President. 
E. M. Morgan, Cashier. 
6 



82 BANK S. 

Directors. — Benjamin Isaacs, Clark Bissell, Thad- 
dens Betts, William H. Jessup, C. B. Lockwood, J. L. 
Bush. 

Thaddeus Betts , Attorney for the Bank. 



BRANCH BANK, AT DANBURY. 

Samuel Tweedy, President. 

Curtiss Clark, Cashier. 
Directors. — Samuel Tweedy, Friend Starr, Elijah 
Sa tford, Samuel Wildman, D. V. B. Baldwin, David 
Foot, William Hawley. 



STONINGTON BANK. 

William Williams, President. 
Francis Amy, Cashier. 
Directors. — Win. Williams Wm. Randali, Ephraim 
Williams, Giles R. Hallam, Gurdon Trumbull, William 
Lord, Russel Wheeler, John W. Hull, Jesse D. Noyes, 
Cyrus Williams, Joseph D. Mason, Benjamin Pomeroy, 
Cnarles P. Williams. 

Benjamin Pomeroy, Attorney for the Bank. 
Capital Stock, $53,000. 



JEWETT CITY BANK. 

Incorporated in 1831. 
Daniel Packer, President. 
Charles Johnson, Cashier. 
Directors. — Daniel Packer, John Johnson,S. C. Mor- 
gan, v\ m . Tucker, J. S. Gladding, Arnold Fenner, John 
Paine, Wm. F r Clark, Joseph Backus, Nathauiel Coit. 
Capital Stock, $100,000. 



WINDHAM COUNTY BANK. 

Joseph Eaton, President. 
Adams White, jr. Cashier. 
Directors. — Joseph Eaton, Vine Robinson, John Mc 
Lelktn, Andrew T. Judson, Elkanah C. Eaton, Harvey 



BANKS. 83 

Blashfield, William Putnam, Lemuel Ingalie, Asahel 
Hammond, B. P. Spalding, Ralph James, Herbert Wil- 
liams, George Martin. 

A. T. Judson, Attorney to the Bank. 

Annual meeting, 2d Monday in June. 

Capital Stock, $100,000. 



TOLLAND COUNTY BANK. 

Elisha Stearns, President 
Jonathan R. Flynt, Cashier. 

Directors. — Elisha Stearns, Elijah Smith, Erastag 
Coit, William C. Oilman, George M. Hyde, John Fitch, 
Ebenezer Clark, John Boyntoa, Charles I Cooley, Oli- 
ver H. King. 

Elisha Stearns, Attorney for the Bank. 
Discount days, every YVednesday. 
Annual Election, 3d Monday in October. 
Capital Stock, $75,000, 



EAST-HADDAM BANK. 

Incorporated in 1831. 
Noah Bulkelgy, President, 
James A. Pratt, Cashier. 

Directors. — Noah Bulkeley, Timothy Green, Win, 
Palmer, Joseph Goodspeed, Horace Hayden, Epaphro- 
ditus Champion, jr. Richard S. Pratt, Charles Arnold, 
George Pratt, Samuel Ingham, J. L'Hommedieu, Ste- 
phen J. Lord, John Turner. 

J. C. Palmer, Attorney for the Bank 
Capital Stock, #75,000. 



ENFIELD SAVINGS BANK, 

Joseph Parsons, President, 
Oeer Terry, Treasurer. 



84 INSURANCE COMPANIES. 

IWSURAIVCE COMPANIES. 

MARINE INSURANCE COMPANIES. 

Union — New- London. 
Coddington Billings, President. 
David Coit, Secretary. 

Ocean — New-Haven, 
Roger Sherman, President. 
Justus Harrison, Secretary and Treasurer. 
Neiv Haven* 
Timothy Dwight, President. 
Elihu Sanford, Secretaiy. 



FIRE INSURANCE COMPANIES. 

Hartford. 

Nathaniel Terry, President. 

Walter Mitchell, Secretary. 

Capital Stock, $150,000. 

Annual meeting, J st Thursday in June. 

Etna — Hartford. 
Thomas K. Brace, President. 
James M. Goodwin, Secretary. 

Capital Stock, $200,000. 

Annual election, in June. 



FIRE AND MARINE. 

Protection — Hartford. 
William W. Ellsworth, President. 
Thomas C. Perkins, Secretary. 

Capital Stock, $150,000. 

Annual election in June. 

Neiv-London. 
Richard Law, President. 
Thomas S. Perkins, Secretary. 
Capital Stock, $250,000. 
Annual Election, in July. 



INSUR ANCE COMPANIES. 85 

FIRE INSURANCE COMPANIES. 

Norwich. 
George L. Perkins, President. 
Joseph Williams, Secretary. 
Directors.— George L. Perkins, J, L. Buswell, C. 
P. Huntington, C. Billings, J. B. Gurley, W. C. Gil- 
man, J. Williams, E. Coit, W. P. Greene. 

N. & W. W. Billings, Agents at New- London. 
Annual meeting, 1st Wednesday in January. 
Capital, $100,000.—- Incorporated 1829. 



Norwich Mutual Assurance. 

Ebenezer Huntington, Treasurer. 

Joseph Williams, Secretary. 

Jacob B. Gurley, John P. Trott, Anthony Thatcher, 

Agents at New-London. 

Capital, $6,666.— Incorporated 1795. 

Windham County Mutual Insurance. 
Vine Robinson, President. 
Adams White, jr. Secretary. 

Tolland County Mutual Insurance. 

John Fitch, President. 
Jeremiah Parish, Secretary. 
Loren P. Waldo, Treasurer. 
Annual Election, 3d Wednesday in June. 

Connecticut River Company. 
Alfred Smith, President. 
James M. Goodwin, Secretary. 
Daniel Buck, Treasurer. 

Hartford Steam-Boat Company? 
Eliphalet Terry, President. 
James B. Hosmer, Treasurer, 



86 INCORPORATED COMPANIES. 

Connecticut River Steam-Boat Company. 

Thomas K. Brace, President. 
James L. Bunce, Secretary. 
Charles H. Northam, Treasurer. 



Hartford Bridge Company. 

Griffin Stedman, President. 

James Killam, Clerk. — Christo. C. Lyman, Treasurer. 

Joseph Lathrop, E. B. Stedman, Auditors. 

Union Company, Hartford 

Ezekiel Williams, President. 
Elisha Dodd, Clerk and Treasurer, 
Directors. — Ezekiel Williams, Thomas K. Brace,. 
David Watkinson. 

Francis Parsons, Attorney. 



New -Haven and New-York Packet Company, 

Directors. — Hervey Hemingway, Wooster Hotch- 
kiss, Tyler Hemingway. 

Agent. — Stephen Trowbridge, 



New-Haven Steam-Boat Company. 
Laban Smith, President. 
Directors. — Joseph N. Clark, Charles Atwater,John 
Babcock, Wm. J. Forbes, Caleb Brinsmade, EJihu 
Sanford. — Joel Foot, Agent. 



Farmington Canal Company. 
James Hillhouse, President. 
William W. Boardman, Secretary. 
John Fitch, Treasurer. 
Directors. — James Hillhouse, James Goodrich, Na- 
than Peck, Joseph N. Clark, Sidney Hull, Wooster 
Hotchkiss, 



YALE COLLEGE. 87 



Norwich Water Power Company. 

For bringing into use the waters of the Shetuckei River 

for Manufactories. 

Incorporated in 1828.— Capital $40,000. 

William P. Greene, President. 

William C. Oilman, Secretary. 

Boston, Norwich and New- London Rail- Road 

Company. 

William P. Greene, President. 

Directors. — William C. Gilman, John Breed, Asa 

Child, Wm. H. Law, John A. Rockwell. 

Alfred Lee, Secretary. — Thomas Robinson, Treasurer. 

COIiIiECHES AIVP ACADEMIES, 

YALE COLLEGE— NEW-HAVEN. 

[Founded 1700.] 

CORPORATION. 

Rev. Jeremiah Day, s. t. d., ll. d. 

His Exc. John S. Peters, m. d., ll. d. 

His Hon. Thaddeus Betts. 

Rev. Daniel Smith. 

Rev. Calvin Chapin, s. t. d. 

Rev. David Smith, s. t. d. 

Rev. Matthew Noyes. 

Rev. Noah Porter, s. t. d. 

Rev. Daniel Dow. 

Rev. Aaron Dutton. 

Rev. Abel McEwen. 

Rev. Diodate Brockway. 

Hon. Roger Huntington. 

Rev. Luther Hart. 

Hon. William, W. Boardman. 

Hon. Charles Hawley. 

Hon. George Pratt. 

Hon. Stephen F. Palmer. 

Hon. Andrew Denison. 
Treasurer. — Hon. James Hillhouse, ll. d. 
Steward. — Stephen Twining, Esq. 



£>». YALE COLLEGE. 

FACULTY. 

Rev. Jeremiah Day, s. t. d. ll. d. President. 

Hon. David Daggett, ll. d. Professor of Law. 

Thomas Hubbard, m. d. Professor of the Principles 
and Practice of Surgery. 

Benjamin Silliman, m. d. ll. d. Professor of Chem- 
istry, Pharmacy, Mineralogy and Geology. 

James L. Kingsley, ll. d. Professor of the Latin 
Language and Literature. 

Eli Ives r m. d. Professor of the Theory and Practice 
of Physic. 

Wm. Tully, m • d. Professor of Materia Medica and 
Therapeutics. 

Rev. Nathaniel W. Taylor, s. t. d. Dwight Profes- 
sor of Didactic Theology. 

Jonathan Knight, m. d. Professor of Anatomy and 
Physiology. 

Timothy P. Beers, m. d. Professor of Obstetrics. 

Josiah W. Gibbs,A. M.Professor of Sacred Literature, 

Samuel J. Hitchcock, Instructor in the Science and 
Practice of Law. 

Rev. Eleazer T. Fitch, s. t. d. Professor of Divinity. 

Rev. Chauncey A. Goodrich, a. m. Professor of 
Rhetoric and Oratory. 

Denison Olmsted, a. m. Professor of Mathematics 
and Natural Philosophy. 

Theodore Dwight Woolsey,A. M. Professor of Greek. 

Henry Durant, a. m. William Carter, a. m. Henry N. 
Day, a. m. Flavel Bascom, a. m. Alfred Newton, a. m. 
i everett Griggs,A. m. Anthony D. Stanley, a. b. David 
C. Comstock, a. b. Tutors. 

Oliver P. Hubbard,A. m. Assistant to the Professor of 
Chemistry. 
Erasmus D. North, a. b. Teacher in Elocution. 

Medical Examiners. — John S, Peters, m. d. Samuel 
B. Woodward, m. d. Andrew Harris, m. d. Silas Fuller, 
m. d. Luther Ticknor, m. d. 

Commencement — 2d Wednesday of August. 

Vacations — From Commencement,six weeks — from 



COLLEGES. »y 



ie 2d Wednesday of January, two weeks — and from 
le 1st Wednesday in May, four weeks. 

Theological studeats, 49. Law students, 31. Se- 
iors, 93. Juniors, 75. Sophomores, 88. Freshmen, 
8. Under-graduates, 354. Total, 434. 



WASHINGTON COLLEGE— AT HARTFORD. 

FACULTY. 

Rev. Nathaniel S. Wheaton, d. d. President. 

Rev. Horatio Potter, a. m. Professor of Mathematics 
nd Natural Philosophy. 

Wm. M. Holland, a. m. Prof, of Ancient Languages. 

S. J. Rogers, m. d. Professor of Chemistry. 

George Sumner, m. d. Professoi of Botany. 

Hon. William W. Ellsworth, Professor of Law. 

Rev. Samuel F. Jarvis, d d. Professor of Oriental 
Languages and Literature. 

Gregory A. Perdicari, a. m. Instructor in Greek Lan- 
guages. 

Augustus F. Lyde, a. b. Librarian. 

Annual Commencement, 1st Tuesday of August. 

Trustees. — Rt.Rev.Thomas C. Brownell,D.D. Rev. 
Harry Croswell, ?.Rev. Nathaniel S. Wheaton, Charles 
Sigourney, Richard Adams, Ebenezer Young, Jonathan 
Starr, jr. Nathan Smith, Hon. John T. Peters, His 
Exc. John S. Peters, Samuel Tudor,' William H. Imlay, 
Martin Welles, Rev. Daniel Burhans, Bethel Judd, d.d. 
Isaac Toucey, S. H. Huntington, Rev. William Jarvis, 
Seth P. Beers, Ward Woodbridge, Rev. Gustavus 
Davis. 



WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY— MIDDLETOWN. 

[Incorporated in 1831.] 

CORPORATION TRUSTEES. 

Rev. Wilbur Fisk, s. t. d. Rev. Laban Clark, a. m. 
Rev. Thomas Burch, Rev. Heman Bangs, Rev. Jose|fh 
A. Merrill, Rev. Abraham Avery, Rev. John W. Hardy, 
Hon.Isaac Kallogg, Aaron Sanford, jr. James L. Phelps, 
m. d. John L. Smith, Hon. Isaiah Fisk, Wm. R. Shaft- 



ACADEMIES. 



ee wee 



er, Abel Bliss, George W. Stanley, Elijah Hubba: 
Henry L. Dekoven, Jonathan Barnes, Hon. William 
Storrs, Samuel D. Hubbard, Isaac Webb. 

Visiters. — Rev. Nathan Bangs, d. d., Rev. JoJ 
Emory, d. d., Rev. Samuel Luc key, d. d., Rev. Samu f^ii 
Merwin. Rev. Henry Chase, Rev. John M. Smith, a. 
Rev. James Youngs, a. m., Rev. Daniel Ostrander, Re 
Daniel Burrows, Rev. Timothy Merrit, Rev. Benjam 
R. Hoyt, Rev. Charles D. Cahoon, Rev. Peter P.*~ 
ford, Rev. Robert Seney, a. m., Rev. Enoch Mudg 
Rev. John Lindsey, Rev. Geo. Pickering, Hon. R.Hu 
bert, Rev. J. G. Dow, Rev. G. Storrs, Rev. J. F.Adam 

FACULTY. 

Rev. Wilbur Fisk, s. t. d., President, 

Rev. John P. Durbin, a. m., Professor of Naturi 
Science, 

Augustus W. Smith, a. m., Professor of Mathematics 

Rev. John M. Smith, a. m. Professor of Ancien 
Languages. 

Rev. Jacob Frederick Huber, Professor of Moder;! 
Languages. 

Commencement — Second Wednesday m August. 

Winter Vacation — Seven weeks, commencing ei 
the Wednesday next preceding Christmas 

Summer Vacation — Five weeks, next preceding 
Commencement. 

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jew 



Phi Beta Kappa. 
Hon. Roger M. Sherman, President. 
Prof. Jonathan Knight, Vice-President. 
Aaron N. Skinner, Cor. Secretary. 
Charles Hooker, m. d. Treasurer. 



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Connecticut Academy. 

Jeremiah Day, ll. d. s. t. d. President. 

Hon. John Cotton Smith, Hon. James Hillhouse, Prof. 

Silliman, Noah Webster, ll. d. Vice-Presidents. 

Stephen Twining, Treasurer. 

Prof. E. A. Andrews, Secretary. 



ACADEMIES. 91 

Bacon Academy — at Colchester. 
Incorporated in 1802— Fund, $35,000, 
Charles P. Otis, a. Sf. Preceptor 
Samuel H. Fox, Dillon Williams, Assistants. 
acations. — From the first Thursday in September, 
te weeks. FYom the first Wednesday in January, 
1 weeks. From the first Wednesday in May, two 

iks. 



Plainjield Academy — at Plainfield. 
lames M. Humphree, a. b. Principal and teacher of 
' French language, 
'"handler Leeden, Assistant. 
Anniversary — Last Wednesday in August. 
Vacations — From the last Wednesday in August, 
3e weeks. From the first Wednesday in January, 
> weeks. From the first Wednesday in May, two 
ps. 

Hartford Female Seminary. 
Thomas Day, President. 
James H. Wells, Treasurer. 
John T. Brace, Principal. 



Hartford Grammar School. 
Nathaniel Terry, T. S. Williams,Daniel Wadsworth, 
omas Day, Joel Hawes, Alfred Smith, Thomas C. 
•kins, Trustees. 
p rancis Fellows, a. m. Principal. 

Norivich Female Academy. 
Incorporated in 1828. 
G. L. Perkins, Treasurer. 
Joseph Williams, Secretary. 
E. H. Mansfield and C. F. Lester, Auditors. 
Miss F. M. Caulkins, Principal. 
Miss Wood, Instructress in Music and Painting, 
talph Farnsworth, m. d. Lecturer in Chemistry. 
Vorthington Hooker,M. d. Lecturer in Nat.Theology 



92 ACADEMIES. 



Weiv- Haven Young Ladies Institute. 

Prinetpals. — Prof. Ethan A. Andrews and Mrs. Li 
C. Andrews. 

Prof. E. A, Andrews, in Latin and Greek Languag 
Mental Philosophy and Sacred Literature. 

Prof. William Tally, in Botany, 

Isaac G. Porter, a. m, in History and Chronology 

, in Mathematics and Elocution. 

Rev. Ray Palmer, a, b. Rhetoric, Moral Philosop 
and Geography. 

Charles A. Coulomb, a. m. in French and other mc 1 
em Languages. 

George W. Winchester, in Penmanship. 

Robert Bakeweil, jr. in Drawing and Painting. 

Thomas P. Staughlonjnstrumental an$ Vocal Mus 



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Litchfield Female Academy. 
Incorporated in 1826. 
Miss Sarah Pierce, Principal. 
Miss Julia H. Jones, Assistant. 
Mies Amelia C. Ogden, Instructress in French. 
Miss E. Hart Instructress, in Music,- Painting ai 
Drawing. 

J. Wolcott, President. 
Trustees.— D. Sheldon, W. Buel, P. Miner, S. 
Beers, J. W. Huntington, J. R. Landon, T. Smith, 
Goodwin, O. Goodwin. 



New-Haven School Society. 

Tustin Redfield, Clerk. 
Sidney Hull, Treasurer. 
Committee. — Samuel Wadsworth, George Bradle;] 
Daniel Brown, 2d. 



Goshen Academy — Goshen. 
John Norton, Instructor. 



ACADEMIES SOCIETIES. 93 

Lancasterian School Neiv-Haven. 

fohn E. Lowell, Instructor in the male department. 

Ifiiss Cynthia E. Bradley, of the female department. 



Ellington High School 
Incorported in 1S29. 
Edward Hall, Superintendant. 
John Hall, Principal and instructor in Elocution. Lu- 
er Wright, in Greek. Samuel G. Brown, in Latin. — 
uther Haven, in English. 

Dan Russel, Steward. 



Franklin Institute — Neiv~Haven . 
Charles U. Shepard, Curator. 



Collegiate Institute — New-Haven. 
Prof. B. Cleaveland, Principal. 



Episcopal Academy — Cheshire. 
Rev. Bethel Judd, d. d. Principal. 
Anniversary — First Wednesday of September. 
Vacations — Four weeks from first Monday in May- 
nd four weeks from first Monday in September. 



TOLLAND ACADEMY. 

Incorporated in 1829. 
Rev. Wm, Ely, President. Jeremiah Parish, Secretary. 



Connecticut Branch of the Am. Education Society. 

Thomas Day. President. Joseph Battell,V. President. 

Wm. W. Turner, Sec'y. Eliph. Terry, Treas. 

Middlesex County Auxiliary Education Society. 

Clark Nott, President. Rev. C. Bentley, Secretary. 

Sam'l Southmayd, Treasurer. 



94 SOCIETIES. 

Hartford County Auxiliary Education Socie\ 

O. D. Cooke, President. 
Vice-Presidents-— Rev. C. J. Tenney, Rev. N. Poi 
Rev. S. Bartiett. 

Rev. A, Nash, Secretary. 
Eliphalet Terry, Treasurer. B. Hudson, Auditoi 



Windham County Auxiliary Education Societ 
Job Williams, President. Rev, G, J. Tillotson, Sec 
Wm. Hutching, m. d. Treasurer. D. P. Tyler, Audit 



lines 



rice 

)r,N 

Connecticut Baptist Education Society, 

Rev, John Cockson, Pres, Rev, S, S, Mallory, Sec| | 
Rev, Alva Gregory, Treasurer, ^j 

iek 

AMERICAN ASYLUM. 

For the Education and instruction of Deaf and Durfp 

Persons. 

Nathaniel Terry, President, 

Vice Presidents by Election. — Joseph Battell, War 
Woodbridge, Hemy Hudson, Thomas Bay, Samu 
Tudor, Wm. Ely, Stephen Whitney, David Watkinso; 

Directors by Election. — James Ward, Wm. Watsoi 
Charles Seymour, John Butler, James B. Hosmer, Ba; 
zillai Hudson, Seth Terry, Tiiomas S. Williams, JohjSat 
Beach, Charles Goodwin. 

[Besides these, there are eight Vice-Presidents fo 
life, by subscriptions of $200 and upwards, and twenty 
seven Directors for life, by subscription of $100 ant 
upwards.] 

Daniel P. Hopkins, Secretary. James Welles, Treas- 
urer. Wm. Ely, Commissioner of the Fund. 

Instructer — Lewis Weld, Principal. 

Assistants — Laurent Clerk, Rev. Wm. W. Turner, 
A. m„ David E. Bartiett, a. b., F. A; P. Barnard, a. B. r 
Wilson Whiton, George H. Loring, Fisher A. SpofTord.j 

Wm. W. Turner, Steward. Lydia H.Peaslee, Matron j 

Vacations begin on the last Wednesdays in April aidi 
September, and continue each 8 four weeks. 



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SOCIETIES. 95 



RETREAT FOR THE INSANE. 
Hon. Gideon Tomhnson, President. Rt. Rev. Tho'a 
Broamell, Vice President. Charles Sheldon, Sec. 
Imes Ward, Treas. Robert Watkinson, Auditor. 
Phineas Talcott, Steward. Mrs. Talcott, Matron. 
I Visiters — Sani'l B. Woodward, George Sumner, John 
. Comstock, Edw. P. Terry. Charles Woodward. 



GENERAL HOSPITAL SOCIETY. 

Simeon Baldwin, President. Thomas Hubbard, m.d. 
ice President. Amos Townsend, Jun. Treasurer. — 
r. Nathan B. Ives, Secretary. 

Directors — Simeon Baldwin, Tkomas Hubbard, Tim- 
Lhy P. Beers, John Babcock, William Tully, Russell 
[otchkiss, Dennis Kimberly, Virgil M. Dow,Ebenezer 
eeley, Henry W. Edwards, Roger S. Baldwin, Nathan 
. Ives, Francis B. Winthrop, Ralph L Ingersoll, 
amuel J . Hitchcock, John Beach. 

STATE SOCIETY OF CONNECTICUT, 

For Promotion of Domestic Industry. 
James Brewster, esq., President. H. L. Ellsworth, 
\ S. Galpin, W, C. Gilman, Alanson Hamlin, Justin 
Jwift, Erastus Lyman, J. L'Hommedieu, John Fitch, 
fice Presidents. William W. Boardman, Treasurer, 
5am uel D. Hubbard, Secretary. 

Hale Donation — Coventry. 
Incorporated in 1814. Permanent Fund, 4700. 
Trustees — Rev. Salmon Cone, Hon. Sylvester Gil- 
bert, Rev, Chauncey Booth, Nathan Howard, Elisha 
Stearns, Rev, George A, Calhoun, Rev. Lyman Strong. 
Rev. Chauncey Booth, Secretary, 
Annual meeting 4th Monday in October 



Society for ameliorating the condition of the 

JVLohigan Indians. 

Joseph Williams, President. 

Edward Whiting, Treasurer. Rev. Chas, Hyde,Sec'y, 



96 SOCIETIES. 



CONNECTICUT COLONIZATION SOCIE' 
His Exc. John S. Peters, President. 

Hon. John T. Peters, Hartford ; Prof. B. Sillin 
Yale-College ; Vice-Presidents. 

Rev. T. H, Gallaudet, Sec'y, Seth Terry, Treas 



well 
J. Hi 



CONNECTICUT BIBLE SOCIETY. 

Rev. Samuel Nott, d. d. President. 

Vice Presidents — John Hall, esq.. Rev. Joel HawJ 
Benjamin TaHmadge, Rev. Henry A. Rowland. 

Secretary, Henry Hudson. Treas. James R. Woe J 
bridge. 

Directing Committee — Rev. Joab Brace, Char.1 
Hosmer, Rev. Joel H. Linsley, Rev, Caleb J. Tennil 
Rev. Shubael Bartlett, Eliphalet Terry, Rev. Davl 
Smith, Rev. Horace Hooker, Joseph Trumbull, R(l 
Samuel Spring, Oliver D. Cooke, Rev. John Bartlett, I 
lisha Hart, Normand Smith, Jr. Daniel P. Hopkiil 
Rev. G, A, Calhoun, Rev. Jonathan Cogswell,Rev. A:l 
sel Nash. 

Connecticut Branch of the Am. Tract Society. 
Rev. J. H. Linsley, President. 
E. Terry, Vice-President. 
Andrew Kingsbury, Treasurer. 
Charles Hosmer, Secretary. 

Connecticut Peace Society. 
John Caldwell, President- 
Thomas H. Gallaudet, Corresponding Secretary. 
Henry Grew, Assistant Corresponding and Recording! 
Secretary and Treasurer. 
Trustees — Oliver D. Cooke, Hezekiah Huntington! 
Albert Day, William Watson, J. Hubbard Welles, Da- 
vid Watkinson, David S. Dodge. 

Vice-Presidents. — R. M. Sherman, Thomas Hub- 
bard, Wm. P. Cleaveland, George Benson, Elisha 
Stearns, Jonathan Brace. 
Agent — William Watson. 






SOCIETIES, 97 



JWissioiiary Society of Connecticut. 
Rev. Joel Hawes, d. d., Jona. Brace, Esq.Jno. Cald- 
well,Esq. Seth Terry, Esq. Rev. Leonard Bacon,Sam'l 
J. Hitchcock, Esq., John Hall, Esq., Rev. Nathan Per- 
kins, d, d., Rev. Caleb J. Tenney, d. d. Clark Nott, 
Esq., Rev. Timothy P. Gillett, Rev. Charles A. Board- 
man, Rev. Edward Bull, Rev, Amzi Benedict, Rev. 
Luther Hart, William M. Smith, Esq., Rev. Thomas 
Punderson,andRev. Theophilus Smith, Trustees, 

New-London Aux. Home Missionary Society, 
Joseph Hurlbut, President, 
A. M, Frink, N. S. Perkins, Daniel B. Hempstead, 
Vice-Presidents. 

C. Butler jr. Secretary. Coleby Chew, Treasurer. 

New-Haven Bible Society. 
Jeremiah Day, d. d. President. 
Henry White, Esq. Secretary. 

New -London and vicinity Bible Society. 

Elias Perkins, President. 
Rev. Abel McEwen, Rev. Betiiel Judd, d. d. Rev. Jo- 
seph WhiuJesey, Wm. W. Rodman, Charles Griswold, 
Vice Presidents. 
Wm. P. Cieaveland, jr. Treas. Chas. Butler, jr. Sec'y. 

Connecticut Sunday School Union. 
Rev, Chauncey A. Goodrich, President. 
Rev. Chas. P. Grosvenor, Corresponding Secretary. 
Henry White, Recording Secretary. 
C. B. Whittlesey, Treasurer. 

Mechanics' Society Hartford. 
Henry Hudson, President. E. Gieason, Secretary. 
Joseph Church, Treasurer. N. Cokon, Auditor. 

General Society of Mechanics, New-Haven. 

Ja's Brewster, President. Isaac Mix, Vice President. 

Zebul Bradley, Treasurer. James Punderford, Sec'y. 

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98 CLERGYMEN. 



HARTFORD CY, AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY 
Charles A, Goodrich, President, Daniel St, John, 
1st Vice President, Horace Covvles, 2d, do. Austin 
Kilbourn, Recording Secretary, Daniel P, Hopkins, 
Corresponding, do. George Putnam, Treasurer. Hen- 
ry C, Porter, Auditor. Charles Robinson, Chairman, 
Viewing Committee, David W, Grant, Chairman 
Com. of Inspection. Daniel St, John, Chairman Com, 
on Ploughing, Nathan Johnson, Chairman Com.'on 
Domestic Manufactures. Harvey Seymour, Seedsman. 



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HARTFORD COUNTY. 

Hartford — Joel Hawes, d. d. C. C. Vanarsdaling, Sam- 
uel Spring, Nathan Perkins, d. d. C — Rt. Rev, T. C* 
Brownell, .i> d. ll. d- Nath'l S. Wheat on, Hugh Smith, 
Horatio Potter, Samuel F. Jarvis, d. d. E — Gustavus 
F. Davis, B.— James Young, M— Matthew H. Smith, 

U Walton, Free Ch.— James Fitton, James 

T. McDermot, R C. , African. 

Avon — Francis H. Case, Harvey Bushnell, C. — 
Francis Robbins, B. 

Berlin — Ambrose Edson, Samuel Goodrich, Royal 

Robbins, Cogswell, C. — John Nixon, M — John 

Boyden, U. 

Bristol— Henry Stamwood, B, 

Burlington — Erastus Scranton, C. 

Canton, Horatio Brinsmade, Jairus Burt, C. Josiah 
M. Graves, B, 

East-Windsor, Chaurcey G. Lee, Shubael Bartlett, 

David L. Hunn, C, — Ransom Warner, E. 

Enfield, Francis L. Robbins, C— Nathaniel Chapin, 
U. — Joshua Bennett, Shaker. 

Farmington, Noah Porter, d. D. C. 

Glastenbury, Samuel H, Reddell, C. — Samuel Y, 
Fuller, Jr. E. — John E. Risley, Jeremiah stocking, 
M. — Charles Spicer, U. 



CLERGYMEN* 99 



Granby, Isaac Porter, C.-.-Asa Cornwall, E.— Dan- 
iel Hemingway, Cv — C. Spear, U. 

Hartland, Am mi Linsley, Nathaniel GaylordC, As* 
-Bushnel!, Daniel Gorham, M. 

Marlborough, Chauncey Lee, d. d., C, 

Manchester, Bennett R Northrop, C, Rams- 
dale, M. 

Simsbury, Allen McLean^ C. 

Southington, David L. Ogden, C— Irenus Atkins, B. 

Sufield, Ebenezer Gay, Henry Robinson, John A, 
Hempstead, C-«.. George Phippen, B, 

Wethersfield, Calvin Chapin, d. d., Caleb J, Ten- 
2iey, d. d. Joab Brace, C— L. Andrews, M. 

Windsor, Henry A. Rowland, -Nash, C. James 

Dixon, David Plumb, M. 

NEW-HAVEN COUNTY. 

new-haven, Leonard Bacon, Eleazer T. Fitch, d.d. 
JohnMitchellJohn Bray, Samuel Griswold, C. — Harry 
Croswell, William Lucas, E. — Ehsha Oushman, B.— 
Noah Leavings, M. — Theophilus Fisk, U. — Simeon 8'. 
Jocelyn, African. 

Bethany, Jairus Wilcox, C. — -Thomas J. Davis., E. 
S. Potter, B. 

Branford, Timothy P. Gillett, C. Edward J. 

Ives,, E. 

Cheshire, Joseph Whiting, C. — Bethel Judd, d. d. 
Reuben Ives, E. 

Derby, Zephaniah Swift, Charles Thompson, C. — 
•Stephen Jewett, E. — Daniel Smith, M. 

East-Haven, Stephen Dodd, C.-Wm. H. WaU 
ter, E. 

Guilford, Aaron Dutton, Zolva Whitmore, C- — Da* 
vid Baldwin., E. — Alvah B. Goldsmith, B. 

Hamden, Stephen Hubbell, Abraham Ailing, C— 
David Bradley, B. 

Madison, Samuel N. Shepard, C. — 'Samuel West, B* 

Meriden, C, J. Hinsdale, C. — Robert A, Hallam, E. 
Russell Jennings, B,— Lucius Baldwin? M* 



CLERGYMEN. 



Middlebury, Jason Atwater, C— Daniel Wooster,IVL 

Milford, Bazaleel Pinneo, Asa M. Tram, C. — James 
H. Linsley, B. 

North-Branford, Matthew Noyes, Judson A. Root,C 
Ives, E. Smith Davton, M. 

North-Haven, Charles W. Bradley, E. Brad- 
ley, M. 

Orange, Stephen W. Stebbins, Horace Woodruff,C. 
H. A. Parsons, M. 

Oxford, Abraham Browne, C. — Ashbel Baldwin, E. 

Prospect, John E. Bray, C. 

Southbury, Thomas L. Shipman, C.-*-Stephen B, 
Bray, B. — Newton Tuttle, Aaron Pearce, M. 

Wallingford, Edwin R. Gilbert, C..~ William A. 
Curtiss, E.— Simon Shailor, B.-« Ransom Johnson, M. 

Waterbury, Joel R. Arnold, C, — Wm. Barlow, E. 

Woodbridge, Prince Hawes, C. — Samuel Potter, B. 

Wolcott, Vacant. 

NEW-LONDON COUNTY. 

New London, Abel McEwen, C. Isaac W. Hallam, 
E. Chester Tilden, B. James Porter, M. 

Norwich, Joseph Strong, n. d. Cornelius B. Everest, 
Charles Hyde, James Dickerson, C. Seth B. Paddock, 
E. Wm; Palmer, B. David N. Bentley, Peter Sa- 
bin, George May, M. 
' Bozrah, John D. Sutter, C. 

Colchester, Lyman Strong, Joseph Harvey, C. 

Franklin, Samuel Nott, C. Comfort D. Fillimore, 
Amaziah Fillimore, M. 

Gnswold, Spafford D. Jewett, C. Levi Kneeland, B. 

Groton, Timothy Tutila. C. John G. Wightman, 
Roswell Burrows, Erastus Denison, B. Ralph Hurl- 
but, M. 

Lebanon, Edward Bull, Daniel Waldo, C. Eseek 
Brown, B. 

Lisbon, Levi Nelson, Barnabus Phinney, C. Amos 
Reed, B. 

Lyme* Chester Coulton, Josiah Hawes, -Harman L. 
VaiJ, C. Alvin Ackley, Wightman, B. Elijah 



CLERGYMEN. 101 

Willard, Heman Perry, Alpbeus Perry, M. 

Montville, Abishai Alden, C. Reuben Palmer, Na- 
than E. Shatlor, B. Asahel L. Otis, D. Dorchester, M. 

North Stonington, Joseph Ayer, jr, C. Jonathan 
Miner, Asher Miner, B. 

Preston, Augusts B. Collins, C. Alfred Gates, B, 

Salem, Peter G. Clark, E. Asa Wilcox, B. 

Stonington, Jerome S. Anderson, B. 

Waterford, Francis Darrow, Lester T. Rogers, Ben- 
edict Weslcott, B. 

FAIRFIELD COUNTY. 

Fairfield, John H. Hunter, Thomas F. Davis, C. — 
Charles Smith, E. James H. Linsley, B. 

Danbury, Anson Rood, Erastus Cole, N. U. Urms- 
ton, C. S. G. Hull, E. N. White, J. Nickerson, R, 
Starr, L. Bronson, M. Nathan Bulkeley, T. Larcome, 
B. Levi Osborn, Sandermanian. 

Bridgeport, N. He wet, J. Blatchfbrd, C. H. R. Ju- 
dah, E. Stephen Martindale, M. 

Brookfield, Abner Brundage, C. Joseph S. Covill,E. 

Darien, Ebenezer Pratt C. 

Greenwich, Joel Mann, Piatt Buffett, Chauncey WiU 
cox, C. M. Raymond, B. 

Huntington, Thomas Punderson, C. Isaac Jones,E. 

Monroe, Daniel Jones, C. Rodney Rossiter, E. — 
Luther Mead, M. 

New-Canaan, Theophilus Smith, C. 

New-Fairfleld, George Coan, C. Uriah Mead, M. 

Newtown, Samuel C. Stratton, E. Wildman, 

B. Luther Mead, M. 

Norwalk, Edwin Hall, C, Jackson Kemper, d. b, 
E. Absalom Day, M. 

Reading, Jonathan Bartlett, Wm. L. Strong, C. L< 

B. Hull, E. Hawley Sanford, M, 

Ridgefield, Charles G. Selliek, Nathan Burton, C— • 

C. J. Todd, E. James Coleman, M. 

Stamford, Daniel Smith, Henrv Fuller, C f A. 8< 
Todd,E, John Ellis, Bf 



102 



CLERGYMEN. 



Stamford, F. W. Chapman, C. George C. Shepard,. 
E. Stephen Curtiss, B. W. China, M. 

Trumbull, James Kant, C. Rodney Roesitei , E. 

Weston, Wjldman, B. 

Wilton, Samuel Merwin, C. Charles J. Todd, E. — 
Aaron W» Whitney, B. 

COUNTY OF WINDHAM. 

Brooklyn. George Tillotson, C. Ezra B. Kellogg,. 
E. Thomas Huntington, B, Samuel J. May, Unitarian. 

Ashford, Philo Judson, Reuben Torrey, C. 

Canterbury, Dennis Piatt, C. George S. white, E. 
Levi Kneel and f B* 

Chaplin, Lent S. Hough, C. Elias Sharp, B. 

Hampton, Daniel G. Sprague, C. James Burnam* 
Alfred Burnam> Dexter Bullard, Christian. 

Killingly, Elisha Atkins, Roswell Whitmore, C. Al- 
bert Cole, B. — - Whipple, M. 

Plainfield, Samuel Rockwell, C. Nathaniel C©^ B. 
Paine, M. 

Pomfret, Amzi Benedict, C a Ezra B, Kellogg, E-. 
Nicholas Branch, B. 

Sterling, Otis Lane, C, 

Thompson, Daniel Dow, C. James Grow, B. Chas. 
Virgin, M. 

Voluntown, Gersham Palmer, N. Sheffield, B. 

Windham, Richard F. Cleaveland, Jesse Fisher,. 
Ralph S. Crampton, C. Gregory,B. Roger Bing- 
ham, Christian. 

Woodstock, William M. Cornell, Alvin Underwood, 
Foster Thayer, Orson Cowley, C. Amos Babcock* 
George B. Atvvell, B. 

LITCHFIELD COUNTY. 

Litchfield, Laurens P. Hickok, Neron D. Taylor, Jo- 
seph E. Camp, C. Truman Marsh, Samuel Fuller, jr. 

D. E. Tomlinson, E. Alvah Stone, 2nd, M. Levi 
Peck, B. 

Barkhampstead, Wm* R. Gould, C. James Keeler* 

E. Dan JVL Hitchcock, M, 



CLERGYMEN. 103 



Bethlem, Paul Couch, C. Joseph Scott, jr. E. 

Canaan, Charles Prentice, Pitkin Cowles, C. 

Colebrook, Azariah Clarke, C. J. M. Graves, 

Morse, B. 

Cornwall, Wm. Andrews, Walter Smith, C, Silas 
Ambler, B. 

Goshen, Grant Power, George Carrington, C. Or- 
lando Starr, M. 

Harwinton, George E. Pierce, C. 

Kent, George B. Andrews, E. 

New-Hartford, Cyrus Yale, Burr Baldwin, C. 

New-Milford, Heman Rodd, C Enoch Hunting- 
ton, E. J. Dickinson, M, M. YVansen, Quaker. 

Norfolk, Joseph Eldridge, jr. C. Harman Ellis, B. 

Plymouth, J^uther Hart, C. Daniel Burhans, d. d. 
Allen C. Morgan, E. 

Roxbury, Fosdick Harrison, C. David Baldwin, B. 
Charles Everet, Amos Pierce, Lovejoy, M. 

Salisbury, Leonard E. Lathrop, C. Step. Beach, E. 

Sharon, David L. Perry, Frederick Gridley, C. Geo. 

B. Andrews, E. 

Tornngton, Epaphras Goodman, C. 

Warren, Hart Talcott, C. Charles Everett, M. 

Washington, Gordon Hayes, C. 

Watertown, Darius A. Griswold,C. Frederick Hoi* 
comb, E. 

Winchester, James Beach, C. Daniel Coe, M. S. 
F. W. Andrews, U. 

Woodbury, Samuel R. Andrews, Grove L. Brownell, 

C, Joseph Scott, jr. E. Raphael Gilbert, M. 

MIDDLESEX COUNTY. 

middletown, John R. Crane, Joshua L. Williams, 
James Noyes, Jr. Stephen Topliff, C. Smith Pyne, E. 
John Cookson, B. Wilbur Fisk, d. d., Fitch Reed, 
Laban Clark, Jacob F. Huber, John M. Smith, Daniel 
Burrows, Heman Bangs, M. Charles Remington, Free 
Will B. John Drayton, African. 

Chatham, Samuel J. Curtiss, Charles Bentley, Har- 



104 BISHOPS. 



vey Talcott, C. Wm. Jarvis, Alpheus Geer, E. 

Durham, David Smith, C. 

East-Haddam, Isaac Parsons, Nathaniel Miner, Jo- 
seph Vail, Ralph Compton,C. Peter G. Clark, E.— 
Junius Dickinson, Benjamin Goff, B. 

Haddam, John Marsh, C. William Denison, B« 
Nathaniel Kellogg, Frederick Sizer, M. 

Killing worth, Luke Wood, C. Asa Bushnell, M. 

Saybrook, P, W. Hotchkiss, Aaron, Hovey, William 
Case, Sylvester Selden, C. Ashbel Steel, John Mc 
Guire, E. P. Brockett, B. Samuel P. Davis, M, 

TOLLAND COUNTY. 

tolland, Abraham Marsh, C. Haskell Ramsdelij 
N. E. Rogers, Rowland Lathrop, M. 

Bolton, James Ely, C. 

Columbia, David Dickinson, C. 

Coventry, Chauncey Booth, George A. Calhoun, 
Alpha Miller, C. Isaac Dwinnel, B. 

Ellington, Diodate Brockway, LaveusHyde, C. Eli- 
sha Frink, M. 

Hebron, C. C. Nicholls, C. Alpheus Geer, E. Peter 
Griffin, M. 

Mansfield, Anson S. Atwood, William Ely C. John 
H.Hunt, B. Henry Mayo, vv a ldo Burrows, M. 

Somers, Rodney G. Dennis, C. NorrisDay, M. 

Stafford, M. B. Church, Stephen Ellis, C. J. P. 
Fuller, U. R. Ramsdell, H. Davis, M. Amos Snell, B, 

Union, Elliott Palmer, C. Stephen Fairbank, M. — ■ 

Vernon, Chester Humphrey, C. 

Willington, Francis Wood, C. Sam'! S* Mallery, B, 



BISHOPS OF THE PROTESTANT EPISCOPAL 
CHURCH IN THE UNITED STATES. 
Right Rev. Wm. White, d. d. of Pennsylvania, U. 
Onderdonk, d. d. assistant Bishop of do. Benjamin T. 
Onderdonk, d. d. of New York* Alexander V. Gris- 
wold, d. d. of the Eastern Diocese. J. H. Hopkins, d. 
d. of Vermont. Richard C. Moore, d. d. of Virginia. 
William Meade, d. d. assistant Bishop of Virginia 



MILITIA. 105 

Greorge W. Doane, d. d. of New Jersey. Nathaniel 
Bowen, d, d. of South Carolina. Charles P. Mcllvaine, 
d. of Ohio. Thomas C, Brownell, d. d. ll. d, of 
Connecticut. Levi S. Ives, d. d, N. Carolina. Wm. 
M. Stone, d. d. of Maryland. Benjamin B. Smith, ».d. 
3f Kentucky. 

BISHOPS 
Of the Methodist Episcopal Church in the U. States, 
William M'Kendee, Robert R. Roberts, Joshua 
Soule, Elijah Hedding, James O. Andrew, John Emory. 

MILITIA. 

HIS EXCELLENCY 

JOHN S. PETERS, 
Captain Gent-ral and Commander-in-Chief. 
Col. Francis J. Huntington, > . ., 7 ~ mmt 
Col. John D. Rubs, 5 Ards-de-Camp. 

HIS HONOR 

THADDEUS BETTS, Lieutenant-General. 
Vacant Aids-de-Camp. 

Major General George Cowles, Adjutant General. 

General Nathan Jphnson, Quarter-Master General. 

CharTe^M^Emerson, j ^istants. 

Colonel James Ward, Commissary General. 
Major Hezekiah Goddard, Pay-Master General. 

GOVERNOR'S GUARDS. 

1st Company, Thomas H. Marshal. Major Com't. 
Horse. William J. Den9low, Captain. 

George Seymour, Lieutenant. 
George Newbury, Cornet. 
Vacant, Quarter Master. 

Second Company Horse, no return. 



106 MILITIA. 



1st Company Edmund B. Stedman, Major Com't, 
poot. Horace B. Washburn,Capt.and 1st Lt, 

Calvin Day, 2d Lieutenant. 

James G. Bolles, 3d Lieutenant. 

G. T. Newell, 4th Lieutenant. 

James M. Bunce, Ensign-. 
2d Company John Merriman, Major Commandant. 
foot. Matthew H. Read, Capt. and IstLL 

Lucius K. Dow, 2d Lieutenant. 

Everard Benjamin, 3d Lieutenant. 

Edsone J. Peck, 4th Lieutenant. 

William B. Peck, Ensign. 



INFANTRY. 

FIRST DIVISION. 

Consisting of the First and Second Brigades. 

Major General, Walter Booth, Esq. 
Major George D. Cowles, ) A . ■> j ~ 
Major Isaac I. Tibbals. \ A.ds-de-CaiBp. 

Lieut. Col. Horatio N. Fowler, Division Inspector. 

Major Elias Holt, Division Quarter-master, 



FIRST BRIGADE. 

Consisting of the 1st, 6th, 14th, 17th and 25th Regi- 
ments Infantry, and 1st and 4th Regiment Cavalry. 
Orrin Holt, Esq. Brigadier General. 
Whiting H. Hollister, Aids-de-Camp. 
San ford B. Grant, Brigade Major and Inspector. 
Cicero Phelps, Brigade Quarter-master. 



FIRST REGIMENT. 

William Hayden, Colonel. 
Thomas Roberts, Lieut. Col. Hiram Roberts, Major. 
Daniel M. Seymour, Adjutant ; Walter Clapp, Quar- 
ter-master ; Samuel Barber, Pay-master ; Matthew H. 
Smith, Chaplain ; John J. Abernethy, Surgeon ; R. A. 



MILITIA. 107 



White, Surgeon's Mate ; H. B. Loomis, Sergeant Ma- 
jor ; Moore, Quarter-master Serjeant. 

Light Infantry. 
Captains. Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

E. S. Hamilton, D. F. Robinson, Mason Gross, 

Tho's GriBwold,jr.E. Francis, S. Derning, 

Rifle Company. 

Ralph Goodwin, A. Seymour, H. C. Hale, 

Battalion Companies. 

James A. Terry, Vacant, Vacant. 

Timo. Williams, L. Stockbridge, Morris Earle. 

J. Hanmer, L. R. Welles. T. Francis. 

E. Chapman, Vacant, M. Barber. 

Vacant, N. Tuller, B. Graham. 

J. Sopcr, E. Phelps, E. Marshall. 

R. J. Welles, F. G. Olmsted, F. F. Olmsted. 



SIXTH REGIMENT. 

Amos Miller, Colonel. 
Vacant, Lieut. Colonel. Wm. P. Southmayd, Major. 
Phineas Coe, Adjutant ; Micah S. Harrison, Quarter- 
master ; H. D. Hall, Paymaster ; James Noyes, Chap- 
lain ; George Dyer Surgeon ; Curtiss Bacon, Surgeon's 
Mate; B. W. Coe, Sergeant Major; S. A, Shumway, 
Quarter-master Sergeant. 



Light Infantry. 
Captains. Lieutenants, Ensigns. 

Eben'r B. Pelton, T. Whitmore, D. Penfield. 

Rifle Companies. 
W m . J. Gilbert, George Pelton. D. T. Johnson. 
Jonathan Penfleld,J. W. W 7 hite, Chester Pelton. 

H. D. Smith, Enoch Coe,. D. B. Miller. 

E. B. Meigs, Orren Camp, W. P. Stone. 

Battalion Companies. 
J. I J. Spencer, B. D. Sage, Edwin Stillman. 

Erastus Deming, Normand Smith, Wait Robbins, 



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108 



MILITIA. 



Edward Sage, 
Cornvvell Sage, 
Wm. Bulkeley, 
Luther Coe, 
A. Brainard, 
Wm. A. Hart, 



T. Bullard, 
J. R. Johnson, 
E. Beckley, 
Nelson Coe, 
Selden Johnson, 



P. W. Hough. 

Elisha Cotton. 
Vacant. 

Marvin Thomas. 
Russell Spencer. 



Leonard Hi cock, John Camp. 



FOURTEENTH REGIMENT. 

Solomon S. Flagg, Colonel. 

Vacant, Lieut. Colonel. Edward Tillotson, Major. 

Ira Stanley, jr. Adjutant ; Austin F. Williams, Quar- 
ter-master ; George H. Mtchell, Paymaster ; Jonathan 
Cogswell, Chaplain ; Cyrus Root, Sergeant Major ; Ar- 
temas E. Hart, Quarter-master Sergeant ; Pollard Mer- 
lill, jr. Drum Major ; Samuel Hart, jr. Fife Major. 



Light Infantry. 
Lieutenants. 
Carloss Curtiss, 
Ezekiel Porter, 

Rifle Company. 
C. T. Scovill, 



Battalion Companies. 



Captains. 
Eli Moore, 
S. Woodruff, 

Earl T. Friabie, 

Giles.Stillma^, 
Oliver Moore, 
G. W.SouthworthLemuel Welles, 
Homer Bishop, Eli Barnes, 
J. F. G. Andrews, O. x\ndrews, 
Oliver Tillotson, E. Porter, 
Wm. M. Bull, Joel Bunnell, 
Vacant, Levi Hough, 



E a signs. 
C. Hart. 
H. L. Bidwell. 



C. Sissons. 



E. A. Lewis, 
R. W. Peck, 



F. W. Cowles 
A. Peck. 

Russell Granniss. 
H. M. Welch. 
F. Woodruff, 
P. Woodford. 
Merrit Warner. 
Seth Hammond, 



SEVENTEENTH REGIMENT. 

Isaac Phelps, Colonel. 
No Returns. 



TWENTY-FIFTH REGIMENT, 

Samuel L. Pitkin, Colonel. 
John B, Chapman, Lt. Colonel ; J. S. Bartlett, Major. 



MILITIA. 109 

Joseph Ellsworth, Adjutant ; Anson K. Parsons, Quar- 
ter-master ; Samuel H. Parsons, Paymaster; S. IJ, 
Riddell, Chaplain ; Horatio Dow, Surgeon ; Wni, O. 
Loomis; Surgeon's Mate ; Roswell B, Ward, Sergeant 
Major : Henry M, Kinney, Quarter-master Sergeant ; 
Septimus Stocking, Fife Major ; Vincent Strickland, 
Drum Major, 



Captains. 
Ralph Watson, 

John Moore, 
N. Buckland, 

F. Stoughton, 
Henry House, 

G. P. Barber, 
E. H. Munson, 
Jos. S. Bartlett, 
Arnold K?eney 3 
H. T. Horton, 
Sanford Giant, 



Light Infantry. 
Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

EdwardH.WatsonGeo. Thompson. 
Rifle Companies. 
T. L. Bancroft, Harvey Elmore. 
Bela Abbott, Andrew W. Tracy. 

Battalion Companies. 
Erastus Foster, Horace Grant. 



Horace Talcott, 
T. C. Franklin, 
J. B. Gleason, 
Rufus A. Bush, 
Asa Peters, 
Normand Hart, 



Thaddeus Welles. 
Sam'l Brown, jr. 
Levi M. Burton. 
Edward Button. 
G. Hollister. 
Daniel H. Stevens. 



Francis McLean, Julius S. Strong. 



FIRST REGIMENT CAVALRY. 

Oliver C. Phelps, jr. Colonel. 
Frederick W. Grant Major. 
Samuel S, Clark. Adjutant ; Elisha Peck, Quarter- 
master ; War. H. Danfortb, Paymaster ; Samuel S. 
Mallory, Chaplain ; Alden Skinner, Surgeon ; H. C. 
Gillett, Surgeon's Mate ; Wyllys King, Sergeant Ma- 
jor ; Justin Bradley, Quartermaster Sergeant ; Pinney 
Case, Trumpet Major. 



1st Company. Zelotes A. Phelps, Captain ; Chas. 
E. Cornish, 1st Lieutenant ; Trumbull Humphrey, 2d 
Lieutentant , Job Case Cornet. 

2d. James A. Thompson, Captain ; James F* Skin- 
ner, 1st Lieutenant ; Warren Smith, 2d Lieutenant ; 



Ill) MILITIA. 

Samuel W. Thompson, Cornet. 

3d. Chauncey Griggs, Captain ; Eltham Paul, 1st 
Lieutenant ; Cyrrel Johnson, 2d Lieutenant ; John 
Work, jr. Cornet. 

4th. Solomon Billings, jr. Captain ; Asa O. Shelden, 
1st Lieutenant ; Lorin Buckland, 2d Lieutenant ; John 
Mc Knight, Cornet. 

FOURTH REGIMENT. 

Chauncey Porter, Colonel. 
Frederick Dunham, Major. 

E. M. Cowles, Adjutant ; Edward Hart, Quarter* 
master ; Hiram R. Griswold, Paymaster ; Charles A. 
Goodrich, Chaplain ; Geo. A. Lewis, Surgeon ; Stan- 
ley Whiting, Sergeant major ; Adna Whiting, Quar- 
termaster Sergeant ; Miller, Trumpet major. 

1st Company* Daniel M. Bacon, Captain ; Horace 
Griswold, 1st Lieutenant ; Sylvester Hubbard, 2d Lieu- 
tenant ; Dan Clark, Cornet. 

2d. Theodosius Clark, Captain : Charles R. By- 
ington, 1st Lieutenant ; Luther Woodford, 2d Lieuten- 
ant ; Joseph Paddock, Cornet. 

3d. Robert Robbins, Captain ; W. W. Parsons, 1st 
Lieutenant ; Solomon Mernman, 2d Lieutenant ; Lau- 
ren Upson, Cornet. 

4th. Wm. G. Rowe, Captain ; Sylvester Hall, 1st 
Lieut. ; Vacant, 2d Lieut. ; Henry Wilson, Cornet. 

SECOND BRIGADE. 

Consisting of the 2d, 7th, 10th and 22d Regiments 
Infantry. 

Amos Thomas, Esq. Brigadier General. 

Silas Mix, Aid-de-camp, 

Edwin R. Yale, Brigade Major and Inspector. 

Edwin W- Budington, Brigade Quarter-master, 



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SECOND REGIMENT. 

Elford E. Jarman, Colonel. 
Joseph Parker, Lt, Col. Charles Bostwick, Major. 
Henry C. Atwater, Adjutant ; Charles P. Brown, Qr. 
master ; Anson T. Colt, Paymaster ; Asa M. Train, 
Chaplain ; Jeremiah T. Denison, Surgeon ; Josiah F. 
Hunt, Surgeon's mate; Richard M. Treadway, Ser- 
geant major ; C. B. Lines, jr. Qr. master Sergeant ; 
Stephen Wilcoxson, Drum major ; Wm. McNeil, Fife 
major. 

Flank Companies. 
Captains. Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

Wm. Fowler, Richard Oviatt, Willis Bristol. 
R, Hotchkiss, jr. Walter Osborne, G. W. Farnham. 

Rifle Company. 
Nathan^F. Hall, Newton Piatt, ' Charles Thomas*. 

Battalion Companies. 
Wm. A. Bristol, Wm. Smith, Noah Wolcott, 

Charles Clark, S. Laforge, Horace Brown, 

Daniel C. Augur, Jas. E. English, Theo. D. Reed. 
Wm. D. Smith, Chas. Tomlinson, D. L. Parmelee, 
Harvey Rowe, Jas. Woodward, Jas. Thompson. 
Vacant, Eben. Fairchild, Vacant. 

Vacant, Tho'sV. Wooster, Wm. D. Lum. 

J. J. Baldwin, Willis Ball, Spencer Baldwin. 



SEVENTH REGIMENT. 

Joseph Stannard, Colonel- 
Selden Huntington, Lt. Col. David Dibble, jr. Major. 
John R. Farnham, Adjutant; Mortimer C. Meigs, Qr. 
master ; Charles Snow, Paymaster ; Sylvester Selden, 
Chaplain ; Asa H. King, Surgeon ; Davia DeForest, 
Surgeon's mate ; Wm. H. Buell, Sergeant major ; E. 
H. Williams, Qr. master Sergeant ; Orrin Shailor, 
Drum major ; Harvey Brainard, Fife major. 
Flank Companies. 
Captains. Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

Washington ^uellWm. S, Morgan, R. Stannard. 
G. A. Freeman, Theodore Child, John B. Barry. 



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Rifle Company. \ ^ M 

A. P. Williams, John Denison, Vacant. 

Battalion Companies. 

Samuel Sanford,jr, H. C. Walker, JohnE. Whittlesey 

C. Dickinson, Oliver P. Smith, S. Ventres, jr. 

Jed. Stone, Julius Dudley, H. W. Stevens. 

E. Southworth, Nath'l J. Post, N. H. Pratt. 

Ja # s P. Chittenden, Vacant, Jos. B. Wilcox. 

C. G. Southworth, Vacant, Vacant. 

Jos. S. Hubbard, David Brainard, Atwood Spencer, 



TENTH REGIMENT. 

George Rose, Colonel. 

Vacant, Lieut. Colonel. Willis Tuttle, Major. 

Timothy V. Meigs, Adjutant ; Augustus Page, Qr. 

master ; Wilman Palmar, Paymaster ; Sam'l N. Shep> 

ard, Chaplain ; Joel Canfield, Surgeon ; J. C. Pomeroy, 

Surgeon's mate ; H. L, Dudley, sergeant major ; Ralph 

Hill, Drum major ; Samuel Cook, Fife major. 

Light Intantry Company. 

Captains. Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

Ward Johnson, M. Harrison, Lysander Dudley. 

Battalion Companies. 
John E. Fowler, Win, Fowler, Lewis Benton, 
Daniel Howd, William Hall, H. Merriman. 
Benj. L. Carter, Benjamin Rogers, Wm. Russell 
Vacant, Vacant, John Bassett. 

Vacant, Jared VVillard, J. H. Crampton. 

Benj. Page, jr. J.Harrison, Dana B. Page, 

Nath. Bartlett, G. Hubbard, E, M. Fiell 

Vacant, Enos Rogers, D. C. Norton. 

Philander Cook, Wm. M. Fowler, A. B. Fowler. 



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TWENTY-SECOND REGIMENT. 

Chauncey Root, Colonel. 

Russel Ailing, Lt. Col. Enoch W. Frost, Major. 

Joel H. Guy, Adjutant ; Edward Clark, Quarter* 
master ; George Warner, Paymaster ; Wm. Barlow, 
Chaplain ; Daniel Porter, Surgeon ; Samuel Hioox 



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Jr. Sergeant major ; Jared Pritchard, Qr. master Ser- 
geant ; Ira Couch, Drum major. 

Flank Companies, 
Captains. Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

Vacant, Leonard PritchardDan'l B. Hurd. 

Charles Hall, Simon Brooks, A. M. Hitchcock. 

Battalion Companies. 
Sherman Hickox, D. A. Sprague, Elias Beebe. 
No returns. No returns, No returns. 

Eli E. Curtiss, Henry Peck, Ezra Belden. 

L. Tuttle, jr. Cyrus C. Upson, Hector H. Hall, 

Hector Porter, Henry L. Terry, Wm, Bateman. 
Vacant, Vacant, Vincent Tuttle. 

John Umberfleld, Burr Perkins? George Peck. 
Griswold J. Gilbert, Allen Tuttle, C. H. Atwater. 



SECOND DIVISION. 

Consisting of the 3d and 5th Brigades. 

Amariah Kibbe, Esq. Major General. 

Major Ebenezer Clark, i Aids _ de _ c . 

Major Amariah Kibbe, jr. \ r 

Lieut. Col. George L. Perkins, Division Inspector. 
Major Wm. P. Cleaveland, jr. Division Quarter-master. 

THIRD BRIGADE. 

Consisting of the 3d, 8th, ISth, and 20th Regiments, 

Infantry. 

John T. Peters, Esq. Brigadier General, Elect. 

James B. Goddard, Aid-de-camp. 

Abiel B. Sherman, Brigade Major and Inspector. 

Wm, H- Woodbridge, Brigade Quarter-master. 



THIRD REGIMENT. 

Jason Beckwith, Colonel, 
John M.Latimer, Lieut. Col. Peter C . Turner, Major. 
M. C. Raymond, Adjutant ; Wm. G. Thatcher,Pay- 
master ; Enoch V. Stoddard, Quarter-master ; Ches- 
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ter Tilden, Chaplain ; Abel T. Sizer, Surgeon ; Eben* 
ezer Learned, jr. Surgeon's mate ; Courtlandt Starr, 
Sergeant major ; George S. Hazard, Quarter-master 
Sergeant ; George Chapman, Drum major ; Adams 
Rathbone, Fife Major. 

Flank Companies. 
Captains. Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

N, # Beckwith, Charles French, Royal Chaney. 
Daniel Peck, Cyrus Swan, Win. E. Cane. * 

Battalion Companies. 
Geo. C. Wilson, J. C. Douglass, Ja's H. Turner. 
Ezra Wood, Wm. S. Clack, Wm, H. Clark, 

Jos. L. Chapman, C. Stoddard, H. A Baker. 

F. B. Loomis, F. W. Bowles, Geo. T. Adams. 
David Bates, James Beckwith, Vacant. 

S. B. Ely, John Lord, V. W. Johnson, 

Francis Jones, Wm. Ransom, Israel N. Jones. 
E. P. Baker, H. P. Ames, H. L. Watrous. 



EIGHTH REGIMENT. 

Ezra Hewet, Colonel. 
Vacant, Lieutenant Colonel. Vacant, Major. 
Calvin G. Wheeler, Adjutant ; Roswell Randall, Qr, 
master ; Paul W. Noyes, Paymaster ; Joseph Ayer, 
Chaplain ; James P. Wattles, Surgeon ; Wm. Hyde, 
Surgeon's mate ; Roger G. Avery, Sergeant major j 
Benjamin B. Hewet, Drum major ; Samuel A. Eaton, 
Fife major. 

Flank Companies. 
Captains. Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

Vacant, Elias Gallup, John Guard. 

Wm. C.Stanton, W. S. Peabodee, Daniel Holmes, 

Battalion Companies. 
S. Tomlinson, H. L. Niles, A. Chesebrough* 

Henry Hailey, Giles Hailey, Albert Hailey. 
Vacant, B. Langworthy, Robert S. Frink, 

Benjamin Gallup, Jos. H. Smith, Vacant. 
Vacant, Nathan B. Geer, John Chapman. 



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Vacant, 
Vacant, 
Vacant, 



F. Shepherd, Dudley P. Brown. 

Vacant, Vacant. 

H. Langworthy, Vacant. 



EIGHTEENTH REGIMENT. 

Joseph Tilden, Colonel. 
James Roath, Lieut. CoL John Wattles, Major. 
George Kingsley, Adjutant ; Dan Huntington, Qr. 
master ; William Prentice, Paymaster ; Edward Bull, 
Chaplain ; Elisha Hutchinson, Surgeon ; Wm, S. Tay- 
lor Surgeon's mate ; Asa L. Latham, Sergeant major ; 
Nathaniel C. Sexton, Quarter-master sergeant ; Ste- 
phen Payne, Drum major ; Wm. S. Cooley, Fife major. 
F^ank Companies. 

Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

Geo. M. Roberts, William Lewis, 
John Beaumont, Lester Babcock, 
Battalion Companies. 
Thomas Skinner, Wm.G. Randall, J. W. Shepard, 
Vacant John WoodmanseeH. M. Brown, 

Ansel Dewey L. L. Huntington,Wm. Champlin, 

P. Armstrong, John B. Lamb, Gilbert Lamb, 
Samuel Cook, James Leonard, Archibald Fry, 
Daniel B. Lovett,John H. Brooks, Levi C. Corning, 
Vacant, Eben. Haugh, jr. Havilah Mory, 

Tracy Gates, Henry J. Gallup, Elijah Olin. 
Rifle Companies. 
Vacant Elias H. Main, 

Gordon A . Jones, D. B. Hopkins 



Captain 
J. R. Hinckley 
Vacant 



Vacant 
Vacant 



TWENTIETH REGIMENT. 

John T. Peters, Colonel. 

Theo. H. Arnold, Lt. Col. Charles F. Day, Major. 

Albert B. Isham, Adjutant ; Alfred B. Pierce, Quar- 
ter master ; Asa Day, jr. Paymaster ; Roger G. Isham, 

Chaplain ; Ezekiel W. Parsons, Surgeon ; Porter, 

Surgeon's mate ; Stephen B, Fuller, Sergeant major ; 
Asahel O. Comstock, Quarter-master Sergeant ; Wm. 
B. Phelps, Drum major ; Horace Brown, Fife major. 



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FIFTH BRIGADE. 

Consisting of the 5th, 11th, 19th and 23d Regiments 

Infantry, and the 2d Regiment Cavalry. 

John C. Howard, Esq. Brigadier General. 

Edward S. Moseley, Aid-de-Camp. 

Horace Gaylord, Brigade Major and Inspector. 

Alfred Hammond, Brigade Quarter-master. 



FIFTH REGIMENT. 

Waterman C. Clark, Colonel. 
C. F. Cleaveland, Lieut. Col. Wm. L. Jillson, Major, 
William Brown, Adjutant ; Lucien H. Clark, Quar- 
ter-master ; Chester A. Woodworth, Paymaster ; Dan- 
iel G. Sprague, Chaplain ; Christopher S. Avery, Sur- 
geon ; John A. Perkins, Surgeon's mate ; David Gal- 
lup, Sergeant major ; George P. Bradford, Quarter- 
master Sergeant ; Charles N. Palmer, Drum major ; 
Wm. H. Hovey, Fife major. 

Flank Companies. 
Captains. Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

Wm. Bennett, Asa Kimball, John R. Tweedy. 
Edmund Bacon, C. H. Farnham, Geo. L. Hatch. 

Rifle Companies. 
J. Shepard, Jared F. Wilbur, John M. Smith. 

Horace Hall, John H. Capin, John S. Jillson, 

Battalion Companies. 
Z. Young, George Phillips, Samnel Phillips. 

Erastus L. Prior, Nathan Spalding, Stephen Crary. 
Havilah Taylor, Benj. Brown, Elijah Robbins. 
Oliver Wood, John Allen, Uriah B. Tracy. 

Marcus Lyon, Marshall Smith, Marshall SarTord, 
John Lincoln, Nath'i Flynt, jr. Alpheus D. Holt. 
P. M. Burlingame,George T. Hiil, John P. Kasson. 
Leonard Day, Erastus Short, Gideon G. Arnold, 



ELEVENTH REGIMENT. 

James Lyon, Colonel. 
Andrew A. Williams, Lt, Col. M. C. Sessions, Major. 
Aaron M. Lyon, Adjutant ; Richmond M. Bnllock, 



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Quarter-master ; Daniel P. Dow, Paymaster ; Foster 
Thayer, Chaplain ; Asa Witter, Surgeon ; Eleazer 
Litchfield, Surgeon's mate ; Danforth Child, Sergeant 
major ; Charles Matthewson, Quarter master Sergeant ; 
Thomas Browning, Drum major. 

Flank Companies. 
Captains. Lieutenants. Ensigns, 

John W. Wells, Luther W. Lyon, John Dodge. 
Alvin Copeland, Samuel E. Joy, Calvin Randall. 

Rifle Company. 
N. H. Parkhurst, Wm. Osgood, jr. Leon. Thompson, 
Joseph J. Green, N, P. Sessions, J. H. Carrol. 
Luther Day, H, L. Daniels on, Norman Kelly, 

Battalion Companies. 
B. T. Grosvenor, S. H. Williams, Corlis Lumbard, 
James Warren, Byron Wheaton, S. B. Covil. 
E. D. Perry, L. Chamberlain, C. Davenport. 

J. Dexter, Jared Williams, J, W. Danielson, 

Chandler Briggs, E. C. Walker, Hiram B. Child, 
Joseph D. Jacobs, E. W. Bates, V. Ballard. 
J. Chamberlain, Penuel Corbin, Salter Perrin. 
Burk Foster, Trenck Crawford, C. W. Moore. 

Jos. D. Keith, Hosea Edmunds, S. Moore, jr. 
G. Storrs, E. W. Sessions, Seth Chase, 2d f 



NINETEENTH REGIMENT. 

Ephraim Dimmick, jr. Colonel. 
Sanford Stanley, Lt. Col. Asa Fuller, Major. 
Benjamin Isham, Adjutant ; Henry Gay, Quarter- 
master ; E. J. Scrimgeour Paymaster ; Elisha Frink, 
Chaplain ; Orson Wood, Surgeon ; J. C. Dow, Sur- 
geon's mate ; H. R. James* Sergeant major ; Parley 
Piympton, Quarter-master Sergeant ; J, V. Allen, Drum 
major ; Henry Allen, Fife major. 

Flank Companies. 
Captains. Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

Vacant, George Killam, jr. Cyrus Hodges, 

Abraham Francis, Wm. Stroud, Moses B. Harvey P 
John W, Gager, Q. C P Dorman, George Steele, 



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Battalion Companies. 
Alonzo Booth, Hiram S. Belcher, George Cooley. 
S. Chapman, Vacant, Wm. Lathrop. 

Vacant, Philo Fuller, C. B. Pomeroy. 

Alden Blodget, jr. Sam*i Rockwell,2dEben. Colburn. 
Gaius Wood, Samuel Kimball, Geo, E. Cooley. 

John H. Holton, Wm, Pinney, Benjamin Isham* 

7th Company transferred to the 25th Regiment. 
Phillip Orcott, Vacant, Parley Holmes, 



TWENTY-THIRD REGIMENT. 

Amos Bugbee, Colonel. 

Armin Bolles, Lt, Col. John W. Squier, Major. 

David Keyes, Adjutant ; Otis Woodward, Quarter- 
master; George Stebbins, Paymaster ; Vacant, Chap- 
Iain ; Warren Fuller, Surgeon ; John H. Simmons* 

Surgeon's mate ; Edwin Eaton, Sergeant major ; * 

Pendleton, Quarter master Sergeant ; Frederick Storrs* 
Drum major ; C. Strickland, Fife major, 
Flank Companies. 
Captains. Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

Henry Dunham, Roger Waldo, C. S. Hovey, 
Warner Hayward,Rufus Bicknell, Selden Moseley* 

Battalion Companies. 
Jacob B. Gurley, Hiram Crosby, A, Dimmock. 
Joseph Dorman, Samuel Bon, Simon Dow. 

J. S. Ycomans, Wm. A.Yeomans,George Wright, 
R. S. White, Z. B, Skinner, Alvin Bishop. 
S. A, Lamb, jr. Ira Fisk, Austin H. Niles, 

Calvin Daggett, Otis Sweet, A. Kingsbury. 

Fielder Watkins, Z. P. Arnold, J. B, Latham. 
Levi Preston, George Tvler, Aaron Cook, jr, 
Aaron Geer, Wm. L, Fuller, L. C. Utley. 

John H. Buell, C. P, Hollister, Wm. Perkins. 



SECOND REGIMENT CAVALRY. 

Matthew Bowen, Colonel. 
Zachariah Bicknell,] r. Major. 
Haviland* Wight, Adjutant ; Anson Fowler, Quarter- 



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master ; James S. Chandler, Paymaster ; Philo Judson, 
Chaplain ; Win. Witter, Surgeon ; Andrew Frink, 
Surgeon's mate ; George Bradford, Sergeant major ; 
Roswell G. Burnham, Qr. master Sergeant $ Francis P. 
Clark, Trumpet major. 

1st Company. Joseph B. Simmons, Captain. Win. 
R. Dorrence, 1st lieut. Frederick Cady, 2d lieut. E- 
rastus Bicknell, cornet. 

2d. Isaac Gallup, capt. Wm. A- Cady, 1st lieut, 
George Dixon, 2d lieut. Edward Spalding, cornet, 

3d. Amos Fowler, jr. capt. Erastus Hutchinson, 
1st lieut. Hezekiah Loomis, 2d lieut. Wm. Yeomans, 
cornet. 

4th. Wm. P, Williams, capt. Erasmus Rawson, 
1st lieut, Elisha Lyon, 2d lieut. Caleb D. Williams, 
cornet. 



THIRD DIVISION. 

Consisting of the 4th and 6th Brigades. 
Charles F. Sedgwick, Esq. Major General. 

George C. Woodruff, Division Inspector. 
Lewis B. Woodruff, Division Qaarter master 



FOURTH BRIGADE. 

Consisting of the 4th, 9th, 15th and 24th Regiments 

Infantry, and 5th Regiment Cavalry. 

Charles DeForest, Brigadier General. 

Henry Perry, Aid-de-Camp. 

Eliakim S. Hamilton, Brigade Major and Inspector. 

Edward S. Jessup, Brigade Quartermaster. 



FOURTH REGIMENT. 

Lyman Baldwin, Colonel. 
Edwards Johnson, Lt. Col. Charles H. Thorp, Major. 
Elias Merrick, Adjutant ; Francis Perry, Quarter- 
master ; Henry Sturges, Paymaster ; Ashbel Baldwin, 
Chaplain ; Wm. B. Nash, Surgeon ; David Sheltan« 



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Surgeon's mate ; Abijah Burroughs, Sergeant major ; 
Booth, Quarter master Sergeant ; Jedediah Ad- 
ams, Drum major, Wayland, Fife major. 

Flank Companies. 
Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

Edward Hyde, Tho's Raubon. 

Vacant, Vacant. 

Battalion Companies. 

Seth Burr, Gordon Perry. 

Vacant, Vacant. 

Moses J. Taylor, G. B. Guire. 

R, W. Burritt, 

Eli Wakeman, 

Curtiss Judson, 

S. N. Edwards, 

David Wells, 

Judson Curtiss, 
Rifle Company. 

Abel Peck, 



Captains. 
L. Bradley, 
R. Tomlinson, 

Benj. Sherwood, 
L. W. Burritt, 
Moses Bradley, 
Win. P. Knapp, 
H, Ogden,jr, 
I. B. Bristol, 
Levi C. Wells, 
A. Shelton, 
L. W. Clark, 



N. W. Seeley, 



Burr Nichols. 

Vacant. 

N. W. Burritt. 

D. W. Shelton. 

Vacant. 

Charles Curtiss. 

M. H. Parmelee. 



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NINTH REGIMENT. 



Sands Adams, Colonel. 
J. P. Conklin, Lt. Col. Wm. Watson, Major. 
Lorenzo Leeds, Adjutant ; Preston Hecock, Quarter 
master ; David F. Holly, Paymaster; Henry Hatfield, 
Chaplain ; Samuel Beach, Surgeon ; S. R. Kirby, Sur- 
geon's mate ; John A. Finney, Sergeant major; Isaac 
Selleck, Qr. master sergeant ; Wm. Selleck, Drum 
major ; Wm. Scofleld, Fife major. 

Flank Companies. 
Captains. Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

l«aac Mead, Vacant, Vacant. 

G. P. Lyon, Zachariah Mead, John Goldmg. 

H. Morehouse, H. B. Chase, M. S. Coe. 
Zalmon Carter, Wm. Seeley, G. W. Ayres. 

Battalion Companies. 
Vacant, Vacant, David Knapp. 

Augustus NewmanB. Lockwood, Vacant, 



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Wm, H, Wilcox, C. W. Knapp, 



J. P. Conklin, 

Vacant, 

S. Raymond, 

Joseph White, 

N, Lockwood, 

Vacant, 



Vacant, 
Vacant, 
Vacant, 
Wm. Youngs, 
Henry Jones, 



James M. floyt. 

Vacant, 

Vacant, 

Vacant. 

S. R. Smith. 

Vacant. 



H. W. Fanshaw, J.J. Greenly. 



FIFTEENTH REGIMENT. 

Amzi Rogers, Colonel. 
Reuben Blackman, Lt. Col. Timo. B. Hicock, Maj. 
Samuel W. Northrop, Adjutant ; D. Nichols, Quar- 
ter-master ; D, Buck, Paymaster ; Anson Rood, Chap- 
lain ; R, B, Botsford, Surgeon ; Chauncey Steward, 
Surgeon's mate ," George Hamilton, Sergeant major ; 
R. B. Peck, Qr. master Sergeant ; Preston Crofut,Drum 
major ; Geo, Polly, Fife major. 

Flank Companies. 
Captains. Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

1st Company, no returns. 
E. Hubbell, G. N. Mellory, F. A. Holmes. 

Battalion Companies. 
Charles Rider, M. L. Barber, Washington Yale, 
Vacant, A. Hallock, E. Baldwin. 

H. Shepard, A. Shepard, Wm. B. Taylor. 

Wm, H. Banks, Anson Taylor, Vacant. 
Isaac Knapp, Enoch Knapp, 

Sydney Hawley, Homer Lake, 



James H. Potter, D. Hungerford, 
B. Sanford, Hiram Keeler, 

Walter Bradley, Vacant, 



Alonzo Bigelow. 
George Hawley. 

Fuller. 

Ephraim French. 
D. J. Glover. 



TWENTY-FOURTH REGIMENT. 

George Mead, Colonel. 

George Middlebrooks, Lt. Col. Eli Mallory, Major. 

Lazarus Beach, Adjutant ; Charles Davenport, Qr. 

master ; George H. Randal, Paymaster ; Charles J. 

Todd, Chaplain ; Lloyd Seeley, Surgeon ; Sylvester 

Mead, Surgeon's mate ; Wm. Beldan, Sergeant major ; 



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Wm. M. Mead, (Jr. master Sergeant ; Sherwood Mead, 

Drum major ; Rufus Northrop, Fife major. 

Flank Companies. 

Captains. Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

1st Company, no returns. 2d do. disbanded. 

Wm. Squire, Joel Thorp, Walter Bradley. 

Battalion Companies. 
Hiram Keeber, J. Whittock, E. O. Bennet. * 

Hiram B. Lang, G. B. Westcott, S. Knapp. 
S. Bennett, 



Hull Goodyear, 
No returns, 
W, Godfrey, 
G. B. Sears, 
E. Gould, 
D. Sanford, 
Geo. F. Belden, 



S. E. Coley, 

Selah Field, 

J. D. Johnson, 

Milo Lee, 

Wm. G. Dudley, Wm. Abbott. 



B. Sherwood. 

W. M, Osborn. 

Alfred Perry. 
T. M. Abbott. 



FIFTH REGIMENT, CAVALRY. 

Starr Nichols, Colonel, 
Henry Merwin, Major. 

George Seeley, Adjutant ; F. S. Wildman, Quarter- 
master ; Daniel Marsh, Paymaster ; E. P. Bennet, Sur- 
geon . L. B. Hull, Chaplain ; Nathan Seeley, jr. Ser- 
geant major ; Horace Wildman, Qr. master Sergeant. 

1st Company. C. Martin, Captain. Vacant, 1st 
and 2 lieut. and cornet. 

2d. A. E. Tweedy,Capt. Wm. Wildman,lst lieut, 
Ira Keeler, 2d lieut. J. C. Barnum, Cornet. 

3d. Disbanded. 

4th. M. S. Piatt, Capt. E. N. Newton, 1st lieut.— 
Wm. J. Starr, 2d lieut. E. N. Hine, cornet. 



SIXTH BRIGADE. 

Consisting of the 12th, 13th, 16th and 21st Regiments 

Infantry, and 3d Regiment Cavalry. 

Frederick Buel, Esq. Brigadier General. 

David Catlin, Aid-de-Camp. 

John Cotton Smith, Brigade Major and Inspector. 

Moses Lyman, Brigade Quarter-master. 



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SIXTEENTH REGIMENT. 

Anson Colt, jr. Colonel. 
Iiemar W. Childs, Lt. Col. Ralph C. Camp, Major. 
A. S. W. Goodwin, Adjutant ; Miner R. Denning, 
Q,r. master ; C. B. Smith, Paymaster ; L. P. Hitchcock, 
Chaplain ; J. G. Candee, Surgeon ; J. G. Beckwith, 
Surgeon's mate ; Levi Heaton, jr. Serg't major ; Wm, 
Bolles, Qx. master Sergeant ; Asa E. Sperry, Drum 
major ; Dudley F. Hallock, Fife major. 
Light Infantry. 
Captains. Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

Benj. Webster, S. Landon, Cyrus Catlin. 

0. M. Humphrey, Heman Oviatt, Ira W. Curtiss.j 
Geo. Palmer, E. Talmadge, M. J. Bronson. 

Rifle Company. 
Darius Wilson, Lyman Wooster, Myron Stone. 
Battalion Companies. 

C. A. Chadwick, Geo. Bolles, John Ward. 
Moses Cook, jr. Vacant, Vacant. 

A. S. Johnson, Samuel Catlin, Roswell Cook. 

E. Barber, Fred'k North, Abel S. Leach, 

1. Baldwin, Norman Hall, Ezra Ferriss. 
Seth F. Benton, Sidney Peck, Orson Curtiss. 
Roderick Bissell, Converse Ciark, Geo. P. Bissell. 
A. C. Batterson, George W. Wood, Augustus Wedges. 
T. W. Turner. Lyman Webster, L. S. Turner. 

D. B. Stoddard, Luman Bishop, Step. Sharpless. 
Garritt Welton, Vacant, O. A. G. Tald. 

1 Band of Music — Nathan Cook, Master. 



THIRD REGIMENT, CAVALRY. 

Vacant, Colonel. 
Lester Newton, Major. 
Edward Carrington, Adjutant ; Wm. Seymour, Qr. 

mastei ; Watson, Paymaster ; Frederick Marsh, 

Chaplain ; Lyman Case, Surgeon ; Wm. Carrington, 
Surgeon's mate ; Edward Seymour, Sergeant major ; 
Vacant, Q,r. master Sergeant ; Edward Albro, Trump- 
et major. 



124 M ILITIA. 

1st Company. — Lyman Page, Captain ; Hiram A- 
bells, 1st Lieut. ; George Smith, 2d Lieut. ; Lu- 
ther B. Harrison, Cornet. 

2d. — Lloyd Humphreys, Capt. ; Vacant, 1st Lieut. . 
Addison Palmer, 2d Lieut. ; Harmon Williams, Cornet. 

3d. "Vacant, Captain ; Royal Watson, 1st Lieut. ; 
Jesse Williams, 2d Lieut. ; Lyman North, Cornet. 

4th. — Wm. N. Buell, Captain ; Isaac Morse, 1st 

L*. ; M. B. Bates, 2d Lieut. ; Daniel Bradley, Cornet. 

No further returns of the 6th Brigade. 



BRIGADE OF ARTILLERY. 

Consisting of the 1st, 2d, and 3d Regiments of Light 
Artillery, and the 1st, 2d, and 3d Regiments of 
Horse Artillery. 
Oliver Warner, Esq. Brigadier General. 
Peter Morton, Brigade Major and Inspector. 
Gordis Spalding, Aid-de-Camp. 
Isaac N. Prior, Brigade Quarter Master. 



FIRST REGIMENT, LIGHT ARTILLERY. 

Julius Clark, Colonel. 
Samuel Webb, Lt. Colonel, M. S. Parker, Major.— 
Marcus McCall, Adjutant ; C. H. Strong, Quarter-mas- 
ter ; B. R. Vaughan, Paymaster ; G. G. Tillotson, 
Chaplain ; J. B. Whitcomb, Surgeon ; J. L. Ripley, 
Surgeon's Mate ;•• Justin Clark, Sergeant Major ; Jo- 
seph Young, Quarter master Sergeant. 

Captain. 1st Lieutenant. 2d Lieutenant. 

Joshua Hamilton, Giles Dart, J. B. Lyman, 

2d Company, no return. 

Peter Spicer, John A. Randall, Jas. A. Stetson, 

4th Company, no return. 

Wm. McCrery, Yacant, A. M. Rogers, 

6th Company, no return. 

Roswell Moulton, Abner Follet, John Moulton, 

Ogden Kingsley, Ambrose Fuller, L. T. Newell, 



MILITIA. 125 

trus Whitter, Aaron Stevens, J. T. Mott, 
F. Pendleton, NoyesP.Denison,B. F. Collins. 
No returns of 2d or 3d Regiments. 



FIRST REGIMENT HORSE ARTILLERY. 

Leverett Carrington, Colonel. 
B. K. Hale, Lt. Colonel. Jesse Gilbert, Jr. Major. 

Dones Clark, Adjutant ; Lyman Ives, Quarter-mas- 
ter ; William Pock, Paymaster ; Vacant, Chaplain ; 
Andrew Castle, Surgeon ; N. B. Ives, Surgeon's mate ; 
A. H. Foote, Sergeant major ; J. L. Newton, Quarter- 
master Sergeant. 

JLst Company. Vacantj Captain ; C. M. Fowler, 1st 
Lieut. ; H. B. Fowler, 2d Lieut. ; Frederick Foote, 3d 
Lieut. ; Samuel Rose, 4th Lieut. ; S. F. Russell, 
Cornet. 

2d Company. Vacant, Captain ; VV. M. Hale, 1st 
Lieut. ; Elijah Rice, 2d Lieut. ; Hit am Cook, 3d Lieut, 
Eli Ives, 4th Lieut. ; Orius Parmelee, Cornet. 

3d Company. Vacant, Captain ; B. P. Smith, 1st 
Lieut. ; Treat Clink, 2d Lieut. ; Horace Tolles, 3d Lt. 
Darius Baldwin, 4th Lieut. ; J. D. Lyon, Cornet. 

4th Company. Gustavus Pratt,Captain ; — 

1st Lieut. ; S. C. Shailor, 2d Lieut. ; Abel Kelsey 
Cornet. 

2d Regiment, no returns. 

THIRD REGIMENT. 

John Dean, Colonel. 
David Walker, Lt. Col. Augustus Mead. Major. 
Edmund Lockwood, Adjutant ; Joseph Harris ,Qr. 
master ; C. W. Scofield, Paymaster ; A. S. Todd, 
Chaplain ; N. D. Hair, Surgeon ; Chauncey Ayres,Sur- 
gcon's mate ; Charles Bates, Sergeant major ; Lyman 
Lockwood, (jr. master Sergeant. 

No return of Company officers, 



*ZD ALLOTMENT OF J U DUES MASUJ^lt. 

ALLOTMENT OF JUDGES. 

SUMMER CIRCUIT, 

Chief Justice Hosmer, New-Haven and Hartford. 

Judge Peters, Tolland County. 

Judge Daggett, Fairfield County. 

Judge Williams, Middlesex and Windham. 

Judge Bissell, Litchfield and New-London Counties. 

WINTER CIRCUIT. 

Chief Justice Hosmer, Fairfield County. 

Judge Peters, New-Haven County. 

Judge Daggett, Middlesex and Tolland Counties. 

Judge WilliamSjLitchfield and New-London Couftties 

Judge Bissell, Hartford County. 

Judge Church, Windham County. 

MAS ONIC. 



GRAND LODGE. 

M. W. Thomas Hubbard, G. M. R. W. Codding- 
ton Billings, D. G. M. R. W. Russel C, Abernethy, 
S. G. W. R. W. Leonard Hendee, J. G. W. R. W. 
Laban Smith, G. T. R. W. David Kimberly, G. S. 

GRAND CHAPTER. 

M. E. Andrew Harris, G. H. P. R. E. Asa Child,D. 
G. H. P. I. W. Crawford, G. K. Amherst D. Scovil, 
G. S. Laban Smith, G. T. E. G. Storer, G. S. 

GRAND COUNCIL. 

T. I. Wrn. H, Ellis, G. P. I, Joshua R. Jewett, D. 
G. P. I. Horace Goodwin, 2d, G, T, I. I. Wm. Hol- 
ley, G, P. C. I. Henry Peck, G. C. G, I. Laban 
Smith, G, T, I. E. G. Storer, G. R. 



GOVERNORS. 



127 



GOVERNORS 

Of the several States and Territories, with the 
commencement and duration of their re- 
spective terms of Office. 



State and Ter. Governors. 

Maine, Samuel E. Smith, 

N. Hampshire, Samuel Dinsmoor, 
Vermont, Wm. A. Palmer, 

Massachusetts, Levi Lincoln, 
Rhode-Island, Lemuel H. Arnold, 
Connecticut, John S. Peters, 
New-York, Wm. L. Marcy, 
New- Jersey, Samuel L. Southard 
Pennsylvania, Geoige Wolf, 
Delaware, — — Bennett, 

Maryland, Geo. Howard, 

Virginia, John Floyd, 

North Carolina,David L. Swain, 
South Carolina, Robert Y. Hayne, 



Georgia, 

Alabama, 

Mississippi, 

Louisiana, 

Tennessee, 

Kentucky, 

Ohio, 

Indiana, 

Illinois, 

Missouri, 



Florida, 

Michigan, 

Arkansas, 



Wilson Lumpkin, 
John Gayle, 
Abraham M. Scott, 
A. B. Roman, 
Wm. Carroll, 
John Breathitt, 
Robert Lucas, 
Noah Noble, 
John Reynolds, 
Daniel Duuklin, 

TERRITORIES. 

Wm.P. Duvall, 
George B. Porter, 
John Pope, 



Com. 
Jan. 1832. 
June 1832. 
Oct. 1832. 
Jan. 1832. 
May 1832. 
May 1832. 
Jan. 1832. 
,Oct, 1832, 
Dec.1832. 
Jan. 1833. 
Jan. 1832. 
Jan. 183L 
Tan, 1833. 
Jan, 1833. 
Nov.1831. 
Nov.1831. 
Jan. 1832, 
Jan. 1831. 
Oct. 1831. 
Sept. 1832. 
Dec. 1832. 
Dec. 183 L 
Jan. 1831. 
Nov. 1832. 



Dur. 
1 year. 
1 year. 
1 year, 
1 year. 
1 year. 

1 year. 

2 years. 
1 year. 

3 years* 
3years. 
1 year. 

3 years. 

1 year. 

2 years. 
2 years. 

2 years 
2 years 

4 years 
2 years 
4 years 

2 years 

3 years 

4 years 
4 years 



Apl, 1831, 3 years 
Aug 1831. 3 years 
Feb. 1832, 3 years 



128 



POST OFFICES AND POST-MASTERS. 



POST-OFFICES AND POST-MASTERS IN 
CONNECTICUT. 



HARTFORD COUNTY. 



Avon, Francis Woodford. 
Berlin, Norris Wilcox. 
Bristol, George Mitchell. 
Burlington, A. Hitchcock, 
Canton, Isaac Mills. 
Collinsviile, Cha's Mygatt, 
East Granby, H. D. Clark. 
East Hartford, J. Goodwin. 
East Windsor, E. Porter. 
Enfield, Geer Terry, 
Farmington, S. Whitman. 
Glastenbury. D.E.Hubbard. 
Granby, J. B. Southmayd. 
Hartford, John M. Niles. 
Hartland, P. Humphreys. 
Ketch Mills, T. Potwme. 
Manchester, W . Woodbridge 
Marlborough, E. H. Buell, 
New Britain, L. P. Lee. 



New Canton, B. Weed, jr. 
Newington, A. Fairchiid. 
North Granby, H. N.Case. 
Plainsville, J. Hotchkiss.* . 
Poquonnock, Cicero Phelps 
Rocky Hill, W. Robbins. 
Simsbury, J. O. Phelps. 
S. Glastenbury,O.Brainard. 
Southington, C.Whittlesey 
Suffield, Wm. Gay. 
TarifFville, Allen Pinney. 
W. H. Point,J.B.Chapman 
W. Granby, J. D. Wilcox. 
W. Hartford, A, Goodman. 
W. Hartland, S. E. Wood- 
bridge. 
Westfield, J. L. Belden. 
Windsor, W, Howard. 
Wintonbury, J. Bumstead. 



NEW-HAVEN COUNTY. 



Bethany, H. Thomas. 
Branford, Orin D. Squire. 
Cheshire, S. Cook. 
Derby, Russel Hitchcock. 
E. Haven, R. Andrews. 
Guilford, Amos Seward. 
Humphreysville, 

J. T. Wheeler. 
Madison, J. F. Meigs. 
Meriden, Patrick Lewis, 
Middlebury, E. Thompson. 
Milford, Wm. Strong. 



New-Haven, W. H. Jones. 
Northford, Lemuel Cook, 
Oxford, David Candee. 
Prospect, E, ChittenJen. 
Salem Bridge,R.S.Hinman, 
South Britain, E.Beardslee, 
Southbury, Albert Hinman. 
Wallingford, J. Carrington. 
Waterbury, F.Leavenworth 
W olcott, Lucius Tuttle. 
Zoar Bridge, L. Clark. 



POST-OFFICES AND POST-MASTERS. 



129 



NEW-LONDON COUNTY. 

Woodworth. J Mystic, John Hyde 

New-Londen, E. Way 



Bozrah, C 

Colchester, A. D. Scovill 
East Lyme, Joel Loomis. 
Franklin, James H. Hyde. 
Gales Ferry, N. B. Brown. 
Griswold, D. B. Tucker. 
Groton, Elijah Bailey. 
Hadlyme, Elijah Comstock 
Hamburgh, U. Brockway 
Jewett City, John Johnson 
Lehanon, Absalom Peters 
Lisbon, Thomas Kinsman 
Lord's Bridge, Henry Lord 
Lyme, C. W. Wait 
Montville, James Turner 
Mystic Bridge, B.F.Palmer 



FAIRFIELD COUNTY. 



New Salem, P. Hall 
North Groton, C. Newton 
N.Stoningtor^T.P. Wattles 
Norwich, John Hyde 
Norwich City, 

W. L'Hommedieu 
Poquetanuck,J. W .Brewster 
Portersville, J. Randall 
Preston, Henry Brown 
River Head,E.Beckwith,2d 
Stonington, G. Trumbull 
Uncasville,Amos Comstock 
Waterford, Ja's Bulkeley 
West Chester, C. Cone 



Bethel, Frederick Seeley 
Bridgeport,S.Lounsberry,jr 
Brookfield, Henry Ruggles 
Danbury, Z. Wildman 
Darien, Abram Clark 
Fairfield, James Knapp 
Greenwich, S. Holly 
Huntington, S. P. Mills 
Mill Plain, E. Birchard 
Mill River, W. Sherwood 
Monroe, Levi Edwards 
New Canaan, J2. Nash 
N. Fairfield, S. Efarnum 
Newtown, Czar Kleeler 
N. Stamford,N. D. Haight 
Norwalk, John Burrell 
Reading, Joseph Darling 



WINDHAM COUNTY. 



Reading Ridge, S. Whiting 
Reading Toll House, 

R. Sanford 
Ridgebury, J. St. John 
Ridgefield, T- Keeler, 2d. 
Round Hill, N. Knapp, 
Saugatuck, S. Morehouse 
Sherman, Isaac Sherwood 
Stamford, John Brown 
Stanwich, Alvah mith 
Stratford, David Brooks 
Trumbull, Elihu Beach 
Trumbull Long Hill, 

S. Beardslee 
Weston, Jesse Wakeman 
Wilton, S. F. Lambert 
Wilton B. Hill, J. St. John 



Abington, Elijah Griggs 
Ashlord, Dyer Clark 
I Brooklyn, Adams White,jr. 



Canterbury, Jed. Johnson 
Chaplin, Walter Goodell, 
Eastford, James B. Palmer 



iov rusr uiaaCES AND POST-MASTERS. 



Griswold, D, B. Tucker 
Hampton, Dan Bulkeley 
Killingly, L. Warren 
Killingly Centre, J. Field 
Little River, S. Burnam 
Moosup, John Dunlap 
New Boston, B. Knapp 
North Woodstock, 

A. Carpenter 
Plainfleld, F. Johnson 
Pom fret, L. Grosvenor 
Pomfret Landing, B. Child 

LITCHFIELD COUNTY. 

Barkhamstead, A. Beecher N. Goshen, Geo. Stanley 
Bethlem, I. S. Wadsevorth |N. Hartford, H. Cowles 
Bradley ville, Win. Coe |N. Hartford Centre, 
Canaan, Fitch Ferris F. Henderson 

Chapinville, F. A. Sterling* IN. Mi] ford, Perry Smith 



Scotland, Benjamin Webt 
S. Killingly, G. Daniel son 
Sterling, B. Tuckerman 
Thompson, Simon Davis 
Voluntown, Kinney Gallup 
Westminster,R. Johnson,ji 
West Woodstock, 

Andrew A. Williams 
Wilhmantic, Gay Hebard 
Windham, H. Webb, 2d. 
Woodstock, G. Bowen 



llier 



n 



Colebrook, Giles H. Bass 
Colebrook River, 

D. D. Wolf, jr. 
Cornwall, Silas Ambler 
Cornwall Bk M. Harrison 
Cornwall Hollow, 

J. A. Sedgwick 
E. Goshen, Geo. Stanley 
Ellsworth, G. Studley 
Falls Village, J. Ensign 
Furnace Village, 

J. G. Mitchell 
Gaylord Bridge, P. Gay lord 
Goshen, B. Baldwin 
Harwinton, T. Kellogg 
Hitchcocksville, Jesse Ives 
Kent, Wells Beardslee 
Litchfield, G. C. Woodruff 
Lime Rocks, M. Barnum 
Milton, G. P, Welch I 



N. Preston, C. J. Hatch 
Norfolk, Susan Pettibone 
Northfield Church, 

A. W. Warner 
Plymouth, Apollos Warner 
Roxbury, D. Brothwell 
Salisbury, W, W. Peet 
Sharon, George King 
S. Canaan, W. P. Burrall 
Terry's ville, John C. Lewis 
Tornngford, N. Smith 
Torrington, H. Palmer 
Warren, G. P. Tallmadge 
Washington, C. A. Judson 
Watertown, James Bishop 
Winchester, Lyman Case 
Winchester Centre, 

S. Hurlbut, jr. 
Wolcottville, S. Bradley 
Woodbury, C. B. Phelps 



HATES OF POSTAGE 131 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY. 

Chatham, G. B, Smith ,Killingworth, E. Wilcox 
Chester, Bani Denison iLeesville, S. H. P. Lee, jr. 
Deep River, J. H. Mather Middle- Haddam, J. Stewart 
Durham, A. Robinson jMiddletown, J. Stow 

E. Haddam, O. Green Millington, Datus Williams 

E. Haddam Cr. N.L.Foster N.Killingworth, H.Redfield 
E. Hampton, D. Buell Saybrook, R. E. Pratt 

Essex, A. F. Whittemore Middletown Upper Houses, 
Haddam, J. Arnold J. Sage 

Higganum, G. W Smith Westbrook, A. T. Wilcox 
TOLLAND COUNTY. 



Andover, Leonard Hendee 
Bolton, S. Williams 
Columbia, S. T. Hosmer 



Mount Hope,W. A. Fisk 
N. Somers, A« Kibbe 
Somers, S. D. Chap in 



Coventry., Jasper Gilbert ;SL Coventry, S. WoodwortL 

Ellington, T. Pitkin -Stafford Springs, 
•Gilead, H. A. Brown C. Bardwell 

Hebron, Abner Hendee l Tolland, Luther Eaton 

Hope Valley, H. Dunlap ; Union, N. Newell 

Mansfield, Daniel Fulld- (Vernon, L. P. Tinker 
Mansfield Centre, Z. Storrs'iWiilington, L Weston 



33 


6 


80 


10 


150 


12 1-2 


400 


18 3-4 




25 



RATES OF POSTAGE. 

iFor Single Letters composed of one piece of p*per> 

Miles. Cents. 
Any distance not exceeding 
Over 36, and not exceeding 
Over 80, do. do. 
Over 150, do, do. 
Over 400 

Double Letters, or those composed of two pieces of 
ipaper, are charged with double those rates. 

Triple Letters, or those composed of .three pieces 
of paper, are charged with triple those rates. 

Quadruple Letters, or those composed of four pie- 
ces of paper, are charged with quadruple those rates. 

All Letters^ weighing one ounce aFokdnpu'ises ox 
mare, are charged at the rate of single postage for eacfe 



132 PO ST-OFFICES. 

ounce according to their weight ; and no letter can be 
charged with more than quadruple postage, unless its 
weight exceeds one ounce avoirdupoise. 

Newspaper Postage. 

For each Newspaper not carried out of the State in 
which it is published ; or if carried out of the State, 
but carried not over 100 miles. 1 cent. 

Over 100 miles, and out of the State in which 

it is published, 1 1-2* 

Magazines and Pamphlets. 

If Published periodically, distance not exceeding 100 
miles, 1 1-2 cents per sheet. 

Ditto, do. over 100 miles, 2 1-2 do. 

If not published periodically, 
distance not over fuO miles 4 do. 

Ditto, do. over 100 miles, 6 do. 

Small pamphlets, containing not more than a half 
sheet royal, are charged with half those rates. Eight 
pages quarto are rated as one sheet, and all other sizes 
in the same proportion. 

The number of sheets which it contains, must be 
printed or written on one of the outer pages of every 
pamphlet or magazine to be sent by mail. 

ABSTRACT 

Of the official Report of the Post Master Geneial, 
Nov. 28, 1832. 
The amount of Transportation of mails. 
On the 1st of Julv, 1829 13,700,000 miles. 

Do. do. 1,-30 14,500,000 " 

Do. do. 1631 15,468,692 " 

Do, do. 1832 23,625,021 " 

The increase of the annual transportation 
From July 1, 1829, to July 1, 1830 800,000 miles. 
Do. do. 1830, do. 1831 908,692 " 
Do. do. 1831, do. 1832 8,156,329 " 

The length of the Post Roads in the different States, 
on the 1st of July last, exclusive of those established by 



POST-OFFICE. 133 



the law of the last session of Congress?, and in the sec- 


ond, the amount of annual transportation. 




Length of Post Roads. Am't of trans'pt. 


In Maine Miles 


3,170 


741,413 


New-Hampshire 


2,270 


621,126 


Vermont 


2,337 


676,698 


Massachusetts 


4,^57 


1,549,445 


Rhode-Island 


448 


121,784 


Connecticut 


2,500 


661,491 


New- York 


12,306 


3,667,354 


New-Jersey 


1,883 


590,850 


Pennsylvania 


9,783 


2,952,675 


Delaware 


424 


103,698 


Maryland 


1,953 


789,416 


Michigan 


940 


152,048 


Ohio 


8,060 


1,739,985 


Kentucky 


5,629 


1,131,100 


Virginia 


9,542 


1,937,532 


North-Carolina 


6,465 


1,188,371 


South-Carolina 


3,948 


859,946 


Georgia 


4,171 


656,834 


Florida 


731 


63,368 


Louisiana 


1,076 


173,576 


Mississippi 


2,074 


289,498 


Alabama 


3,430 


764 030 


Tennesse 


5,478 


805,589 


Arkansas 


1,939 


193,076 


Missouri 


1,522 


196,300 


Illinois 


3,276 


393,484 


Indiana 


4,445 


608,934 


Making together as above, 


104,467 


23,625,021 


Of which in Stages 




16,222,743 


Steamboats 




499,301 


On Horseback and in Sulkies 


6,902,977 



Total as above, 23,625,021 

Very many improvements have been made on differ- 



134 POST-OFFICE^ 



ent routes, by which the transportation has been expe* 
dited or rendered more frequent, or both. 

The revenue of the Department, comprising the 
whole amount of postages accruing within the year 
commencing July 1, 1831, and ending Jane 30, 1832, a- 
mounts to $2,258,560 17. 

The expenditures of the Department within the same 
period were, 

For compensation to postmasters* $715,481 68 
For transportation of the mail, 1,482,507 22 

For incidental expenses, 68,111 45 



Total, 2,266,100 35 

Making' an excess of expenditure 

beyond the year, of 7,530 18 

The surplus available fund of the Department on the 
let July 183], was $210,412 89. From which deduct 
the above $7,530 18, and $7,131 paid into the treasury 
of the United States by irregular deposits, and there re- 
mains $202,811 4, as the surplus available fund on the 
1st July 1832. 
The revenue of the department, for the year ending* 
June SO, 1829, was $1,707,418 23 

Do. 1830, 1,850,583 10 

Do. 1831, 1,997,811 54 

Do. 1832, 2,258,470 17 

The increase of postage over that of the preceding year, 
for the year ending 

June 30, 1829, was $108,450 47 

Do, 1830, 143,164 C8 

Do. 1831, 147,228 44 

Do. 1832, £60,758 63 

Being a greater increase for the year ending June 
30, 1832, by 113,530 19, than accrued during any pre- 
ceding year. 

There were in the United States on the 1st July 1831, 
8,686 post-offices ; on the 30th June, 1832, 9,205. In- 
crease, 519. 



POSTAGE SIGNERS OF THE DECLARATION. 135 





POSTAGE. 




The following is 


the amount of postage in 


each State 


and Territory, 


for the year ending March 31,1832. 


New York 


$312,018 


Alabama 


$27,240 


Pennsylvania 


185,217 


New-Jersey 


22,390 


Massachusetts 


110,388 


Vermont 


18,997 


Virginia 


84,078 


New- Hampshire 


17,298 


Maryland 


69,039 


Mississippi 


15,499 


Ohio 


53,883 


Rhode-Island 


14,807 


Georgia, 


54,232 


Missouri 


12,907 


South-Carolina 


47,993 


Indiana 


11,508 


Louisiana 


40,794 


Illinois 


7,791 


Kentucky 


38,705 


Florida 


6,321 


Connecticut 


34,245 


Delaware 


4,707 


Tennessee 


31,423 


Michigan 


4,588 


Maine 


29,932 


Arkansas 


4.071 


North-Corolma 


28,750 






The amount in 


several of the principal towns during 


the 


same period, is as follows. 




New-York 


( 144,7671 Richmond 


$10,996 


Philadelphia 


95,284 Savannah 


14,032 


Boston 


64,711 Cincinnati 


13,019 


Baltimore 


49,330 Albany 


11,694 


New-Orleans 


30,729 Pittsburg 


11,172 


Charleston 


24,327^ Augusta 


9,689 



LIST OF SIGNERS OF THE DECLARATION 
OF INDEPENDENCE. 

List of the Signers, with the periods ot their birth and 
death, and th eir ages respectively. 

State. Bom. Died. Age. 
Matthew Thompson, N. H, 1704 1803 89 

Josiah Bartlett, N. H. 

William Whipple, N. H. 

Samuel Adams, Mass. 

Robert T. Paine, Mass. 

John Adams, Mass. 

John Hancock, Mass. 



1729 


1790 66 


1730 


1785 55 


1722 


1803 81 


1731 


1814 fc3 


1735 


1826 91 


1737 


1793 56 



El bridge Gerry, 



Mass. 1744 1814 70 



136 SIGNERS OF THE DECLARATION. 



Stephen Hopkins, R. I. 1707 1785 78 

William Ellery, R. I. 1727 1820 93 

Roger Sherman, Conn. 1721 1793 72 

Oliver Wolcott, Conn. 1726 1797 71 

William Williams, Conn. 1731 1811 BO 

Samuel Huntington, Conn. 1732 1796 64 

Francis Lewis, N. Y. 1713 1802 89 

Phillip Livingston, N. Y. 1716 1778 62 

Lewis Morris, N. Y. 1726 1798 72- 

William Floyd, N. Y. 1734 1821 87 

John Hart, N. J. 37 15 1780 65 

John Witherspoon, N. J, 1722 1794 72 

Abraham Clark, N. J, 1726 1794 68 

Richard Stockton, N. J. 1730 1781 51 

Francis Hopkinson, N. J. 1737 1790 53 

Benjamin Franklin, Penn, 1706 1790 84 

George Taylor, Penn. 1716 1771 65 

John Morton, Penn. 1724 1777 53 

George Ross, Penn. 1730 1999 69 

Robert Morriss, Penn. 1733 1806 73 

George Clymer, Penn. ]739 1813 74 

James Wilson, Penn. 1743 1798 55 

Benjamin Rush, Penn. 1745 1813 68 

James Smith, (*) Penn. 1806 — 

Ctssar Rodney, Del. 1730 178? 53 

George Read, Del. 1734 1798 64 

Thomas McKean, Del. 1734 1817 83 

Charles Carroll, Md. 1737 1832 95 

Willi m Paca, Md. 1740 1800 60 

Samuel Chase, Md. 1741 1811 70 

Thomas Stone, Md. 1743 1787 44 

George Wythe, Va. 1726 1806 80 

Richard Henry Lee. Va. J 732 1794 62 

Francis Lighttbot Lee, Va. 1734 1794 6S 

Carter Braxton, Va. 1736 1797 61 

Thomas Nelson, Jr. Va. 1738 1789 51 

Thomas Jefferson, Va. 1743 1826 83 

* No record of his birth has been preserved ; it is 
supposed he was born between the year 1712 and 1720. 



EVENTS. 137 



Benjamin Hairison, 


Va. 


1791 — 


Joseph Hewee, 


N. 0. 


1730 1779 49 


Juhn Penn, 


N. C. 


1741 1788 47 


William Hooper, 


N. C. 


1742 1790 48 


Arthur Middleton, 


S. C. 


7733 1788 55 


Edward Rutledge, 


s. c. 


1740 1800 60 


Thomas Lynch, Jr. 


s, a 


1740 


Thomas Hey ward, jr. 


s. c. 


1746 1809 63 


Lyman Hall, 


Geo. 


1731 6791 90 


Button Gwinnett, 


Geo. 


1732 1777 45 


George Walton, 


Geo. 


1740 1804 64 



EVENTS. 
The first settlers of Connecticut came from Massa- 
chusetts in the year 1635. 

A constitution was formed in 1638, hy the planters 
of Windsor, Hartford and Wethersfield. The General 
Assembly was composed of Deputies from those towns, 
and consisted of 12. 

In 1639 the General Assembly defined and establish- 
ed the town piivileges,and invested them with corporate 
and civil powers. 

In 1638 the General Assembly of Connecticut recom- 
mended to the Clergy.to interrogate and instruct all the 
youth in some orthodox catechism. 

The Colony of New Haven was established shortly 
after Connecticut. The Rev. John Davenport preach- 
ed his first sermon in 1638, under an oak tree, near the 
College Green. 

The two Colonies were Consolidated under the 
Charter, 1662. 

The State Laws of Connecticut were printed in 
1670 ; and it was provided by law that every family 
should have a copy of them. 

Yale College was chartered in Nov. 1701. The 
Rev. Abraham Pierson, first Rector. It commenced 
its oareer with less than a dozen scholars. 

The Phi Beta Kappa Society, appertaining to Yale 
College, was instituted in Nor. 1780. 



138 UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT. 



UIVITEtt STATES CALENDAR. 

PRESIDENT, 

ANDREW JACKSON, of Tennessee. 
Salary, $25,000, per annum. 

VICE-PRESIDENT, 

JOHN C. CALHOUN, of South-Carolina. 

Salary, $5,000. 

DEPARTMENT of state. 

Edward Livingston, Secretary, $6,000, per annum, 

Daniel Brent, Chief Clerk, 2000 

TREASURY DEPARTMENT. 

Lewis McLane, Secretary, 6000 

Ashbuiy Dickens, Chief Clerk, 2000 

Joseph Anderson, First Comptroller, 3500 

John Laub, Chief Clerk, 1700 

James B. Thornton, Second Comptroller, 3000 

Enoch Reynolds, Chief Clerk, 1700 

Richard Harrison, First Auditor, 3000 

William Parker, Chief Clerk, 1700 

William B. Lewis, Second Auditor, 3000 

James Eakin, Chief Clerk, 1700 

Peter Hagner, Third Auditor, 3000 

James Thompson, Chief Clerk, 1700 

Amos Kendall, Fourth Auditor, 3000 

Thomas H. Gillis, Chief Clerk, 1700 

Stephen Pleasanton, Fifth Auditor, 3000 

Thomas Mustin, Chief Clerk, 1700 

John Campbell, Treasurer, 3000 

P. G. Washington, Chief Clerk, 1700 

Thomas L. Smith, Register, 3000 

M. Nourse, Cnief Clerk, 1700 

Virgil C. Maxcy, Solicitor, 3500 

Nicholas Harper, Clerk, lloo 

Elijah Hay ward, Comm. Gen. Land Office, 3000 

J, M. Aloore, Chief Clerk, 1700 



UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT. 139 

WAR DEPARTMENT. 

Lewis Cass, Secretary, $6,000 

John Robb, Chief Clerk, 2000 

Adjutant General's Office. 
Roger Jones, Colonel and Adjutant General, 
Brook William?, Clerk, 1150 

Paymaster GeneraVs Office. 
Nathan Towson, Paymaster General, 
T. P. Andrews, Paymaster. 

Ordnance Department. 
George Bomford, Col. 
William H. Bell, Lieut. 

Subsistence Department. 
George Gibson, B. Gen. 
J. H. Hook, Major and Com. Subsistence. 

Quartermaster GeneraVs Office. 
T. S. Jessup, B. G. $ Q. M, G. 
T. Cross, Maj. & Q, M. 
Capt. T. F. Hunt, 5th Infantry. 

Engineer Department. 
Gen. Charles Gratiot Chief Engineer. 
Lieut. W. H, C. Bartlett, Assistant. 

Surgeon GeneraVs Office, 
Joseph Lovel, Surgeon General. 
J. A. Brereton, Surgeon. 

Topographical Bureau. 
Col. John J. Abert, Lieut. Ramsey, Robert Fowler* 

NAVY DEPARTMENT. 

Levi Woodbury, Secretary, 6000 

John Boyle, Chief Clerk, 2000 

Navy Commissioners. 
John Rodgers, } 

Charles Stewart, > each 3500 

Charles Morris, 3 

POST-OFFICE DEPARTMENT. 

William T. Barry, Post Master General, 6000 

Charles K. Gardner, ) A • . , , OP;nr > 

Selah R. Hobble, \ Assistants, each 2500 

O. B. Brown, Chief Clerk and Sup. ) 1(ynn 

«f M«N Contracts, \ l UU 



140 



UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT. 



TWENTY-SECOND CONGRESS— 2d. session. 

SENATE. 

John C. Calhoun, of S. Carolina, President of Senate. 

Walter Low rie, Secretary. 



MAINE. 

Peleg Sprague, 1836 

John Holmes, 1833 

NEW-HAMPSHIRE. 

Samuel Bell, 1835 

Isaac Hill, 1837 

MASSACHUSETTS. 

Nathaniel, Silsbee, 
Daniel Webster, 

RHODE-ISLAND. 

Neh. R. Kinght, 
Asher Robbins, 

CONNECTICUT. 

Samuel A. Foot, 
Gideon Tomlinson, 

VERMONT. 

Samuel Prentis 
Horatio Seymour, 

NEW-YORK. 

Charles E. Dudley, 
Silas Wright, 

NEW-JERSEY. 

Mahlon Dickerson, 

Theo. Frelinghuysen, 1833 

PENNSYLVANIA. 

William Wilkins, 1837 
George M. Dallas, 1833 

DELAWARE. 

Arnold Naudain, 
John M. Clayton, 

MARYLAND. 

Ezekiel F. Chambers, 1837 
Samuel Smith, 1834 

VIRGINIA. 

W. C. Rives, 1836 
John Tyler, 1833 



1836 
1633 

1835 
1833 

1833 
1837 

1837 
1833 

1833 
1837 

1835 



1833 
1836 



NORTH-CAROLINA. 

Bedford Brown, 1835 

Willis P. Mangum, 1837 

SOUTH-CAROLINA. 

Stephen D. Miller, 1835 
C. Calhoun, [elect.] 1835 

GEORGIA. 

George M. Troup, 
John Forsyth. 

KENTUCKY. 

George M. Bibb, 
Henry Clay 

TENNESSEE. 

Hugh L. White, 
Felix Grundy, 

OHIO. 

Benjamin Ruggles, 
Thomas Ewing, 

LOUISIANA. 

Josiah S. Johnston, 
Geo. A. Waggaman, 

INDIANA. 

Wm. Hendricks. 
John Tipton. 

MISSISSIPPI. 

John Black, 
George Poindexter, 

ILLINOIS. 

Eli as K. Kane, 
John M, Robinson, 

ALABAMA. 

William R. King, 
Gabriel Moore. 

MISSOURI. 

Thomas H. Benton, 
Alex. Buckncr, 



1831 



1835 
1837 

1835 
1833 

1833 
183^ 

1837 
1837 

1837 



1839 
1835 

1837 



[1835 
1837 

1833 
1837 



UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT. 141 

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. 

Andrew Stevenson, Speaker. 
Maine. — John Anderson, James Bates, George Ev- 
ans, Cornelius Holland, Leonard Jarvis, Edward Kav- 
anagh, Rafus M'Intyre. — 7. 

New-Hampshire. John Brodhead, Thomas Chand- 
ler, Joseph Hammons, Henry Hubbard, Joseph M. 
Harper, John W. Weeks. 6. 

Massachusetts, John Quincy Adams, Nathan 
Appleton, Isaac C. Bates, George N. Briggs, Rufi^s 
Choate, Henry A. S. Dearborn, John Davis, Edward 
Everett, George Grennell,jr. Joseph G. Kendall, Je- 
remiah Nelson, John Reed. One vacancy. 13. 
Rhode-Island. Tristram Burgess, Dutee J.Pierce. 2. 
Connecticut. Noyes Barber, Wm. W. Ellsworth, 
Jabez W. Huntington, Ralph I. Ingersoll, William L. 
Storrs, Ebenezer Young-. 6. 

Vermont. Heman Allen, William Cahoon, Horace 
Everett, William Slade, One vacancy. 5. 

New- York. Wm. G. Angel, Gamaliel S. Barstow, 
Joseph Bouck, Wm. Babccck, John T. Bergen, John C. 
Broadhead, Samuel Beardsley, John A. Collier, Bates 
Cook, Churchill C. Cambreleng, John Dickson, Cha's 
Dayan, Ulysses F. Doubleday, Wm, Hogan, Michael 
Hoffman, Freeborn G. Jewett, John King, Garret Y. 
Lansing, James Lent, Job Pierson, Nathaniel Pitcher, 
Edmund H. Pendleton, Edward C. Reed, Erastus Root, 
Nathan Soule, John W. Taylor, Plnneas L- Tracy, 
Gulian C. Verplanck, Frederick Whittlesey, Samuel J. 
Wilkin, Grattan H. Wheeler, Campbell P. White, 
Aaron Ward, Daniel Wardell. 34. 

New-Jersey. Lewis Condict, Silas Condict, Rich- 
ard M. Cooper,Thomas H. Hughes, James F. Randolph, 
Isaac 'Southard. 6. 

Pennsylvania. Robert Allison, John Banks, Geo. 
Burd, John C* Butcher, Thomas H, Crawford, Richard 
Coulter, Harmer Denny, Lewis Dewart, Joshua Evans, 
John Ford, John Gilmore, William Heister, Henry 
Horn, Peter Ihne, Jr., Adam King, Henry King, Joel 



K. Mann, Robert McCoy, Henry A. Muhlenberg, T.M, 
T. M'Kennan, David Potts, jr. Andrew StewarCSam'h 
A. Smith, Philander Stephens, Joel B. Sutherland, John 
G. Watmough. 26. 

Delaware. John J. Miligau. 1. 

Maryland. Benjamin C. Howard, Daniel Jenifer, 
John L. Kerr, Charles S, Sewall, Benedict I. Semmes, 
John S. Spence, Francis Thomas, George C. Wash- 
ington, J. T. H. Worthington. 9. 

Virginia. Mark Alexander, Robert Allen, William 
S. Archer, Wm. Armstrong, John S. Barbour, Thomas 
L. Bouldin, Nathaniel H. Claiborne, Robert Craig, Jo- 
seph W. Chinn, Richard Coke, jr. Thomas Daven- 
port, Joseph Diaper, Wm. F. Gordon, John Y. Mason, 
Lewis Maxwell, Charles F. Mercer, Wm. M'CoyjThos. 
Newton, John M. Patton,John J. Roane, Andrew Ste- 
venson. 21. 

North-Carolina. Daniel L. Barringer, Lauchlin 
Bethune, John Brahch, Samuel P. Carson, Henry W. 
Conner, Thomas H, Hall, James M'Kay, Abraham 
Rentier, Wm. B. Shepard, Augustine H 9 Shepperd, 
Jesse Speight, Lewis Williams, M. F. Hawkins. 13, 

South-Carolina. Robert W. Barnwell, James 
Blair, Warren R. Davis, Wm. Drayton, John M. Felder, 
J. R. Griffin, Thomas R. Mitchell, George M'Duffie, 
Wm. T. Nuckolls. 9. 

Georgia. Thomas H. Foster, Henry G. Lamar f 
Daniel Newman, Wiley Thompson, Richard H. Wilde, 
James M, Wayne, A. S. Clayton. 7. 

Kentucky. John Adair, Chilton Allen, Henry 
Daniel, Nathan Gaither, Albert G.Hawes, R, M. John, 
son, Joseph Lecompte, Chittendon Lyon, Robert P. 
Letcher, Thomas A. Marshall, Christopher Tompkins, 
Charles A. Wickliffe. 12. 

Tennessee. Thomas D. Arnold, John Bel], John 
Blair, Wm. Fitzgerald. William Hall, Jacob C. Isacks, 
Cave Johnson, James K, Polk, James Standifer, 9. 

Ohio. Joseph H. Crane, Elutheros Cooke, Wm. 
Cxeighton, jr. Thomas Corwin, James Finlay, Wm. W. 



UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT 14>5 



Irwin, Wm. Kennon, Humphrey IT. Leavit, William 
Russell, V\m. Stanberry, John Thompson, Joseph 
Vance, Samuel F. Vinton, Elisha Whittlesey. 14. 

Louisiana. H. A. Bullard, Philemon Thomas, Ed- 
ward D. White. 3. 

Indiana. Ratcliff Boon, John Carr, Janathan M'« 
Carty, 3. 

Mississippi. Franklin E. Piummer, 1. 

Illinois. Joseph Duncan, 1. 

Alabama. Clement C. Clay, Dixon H. Lewis, Sam- 
uel W. Mardis, 3. 

Missouri. Wm. S. Ashley, 1. 

Michigan. Austin E, Wing, 1. ) T ' 

Arkansas. Ambrose H.Sevier. 1. > ^ . ern ; 

Florida. Joseph M. White, 1. $ Delegates 



SENATE. 

STANDING COMMITTEES DURING THE SESSION. 

On Foreign Relations. Messrs Forsyth, King, Bell, 
Mangum, and Tomlinson. 

On Finance. Messrs Smith, Tyler, Silsbee, John- 
ston, and Forsyth. 

On Commerce. Messrs King, Dudley, Silsbee, John- 
ston, and Bibb. 

On Manufactures. Messrs Dickerson,C lay, Knight, 
Miller and Seymour. 

On Agriculture. Messrs Seymour, Brown, Robin- 
son, Waggaman, and Foot. 

On Military Affairs. Messrs Benton, Troup, Kane, 
Clayton, and Tipton. 

On the Militia. Messrs. Robinson, Clayton, Wag- 
gaman, Clay, and Hendricks. 

On Naval Affairs. Messrs Dallas, Smith, Robbins, 
Webster, and Bibb. 

On Public Lands. Messrs. Kane, Tipton, Moore, 
Holmes, and Prentiss. 

On Private Land Claims. Messrs. Poindexter,Nau- 
diau, Prentiss, Ruggles, and Knight. 

On Indian Affairs. Messrs Troup, Benton, Poin- 



dexter, Wilkins and Frelinghuysen. 

On Claims. Messrs Ruggles, Bell, Naudain, Brown, 
Moore. 

On the Judiciary. Messrs Wilkins, Webster, Fr@= 
linghuysen, Grundy, and Mangum. 

On the Post Office and Post Roads. Messrs Grun- 
dy, Hill, Ewing, Tomlinson, and Buckner. 

On Roads and Canals. Messrs Hendricks, Sprague, 
Dallas, Hill, and Buckner. 

On Pensions. Messrs Foot, Chambers, Dickerson, 
Sprague, and Poindexter. 

On the District of Columbia. Messrs Chambers, 
Tyler, Holmes, Clayton, and Miller. 

On the Contingent Fund. Messrs Knight, Dudley, 
and Tomlinson. 

On Engrossed Bills. Messrs Robbins, Robinson, 
Ewing. 



SELECT COMMITTEE. 

On the French Spoliations. Messrs Webster, 
Chambers, Dudley, Brown, and Tyler. 



STANDING COMMITTEES — HOUSE. 

The following committees were announced to have 
been appointed by the Speaker in pursuance of the or- 
der of the House. 

On Elections. Messrs Claiborne, Randolph, Hol- 
land, Griffin, Bethune, Collier, and Arnold. 

On Ways and Means. Messrs Verplanck, Ingersoll, 
Gilmore, Alexander, Wilde, Gaither and Polk. 

On Claims. Messrs Whittlesey, Barber, Mclntire, 
Ihne, Rencher, Dayan, and Grennell. 

On Commerce. Messrs Cambreleng, Howard, 
Sutherland, Newton, Davis, of Massachusetts, Jarvis 
and Harper. 

On Public Lands. Messrs WiokUfTe, Duncan, Clay, 
Irvin, Boon, Plummerand Mason. 

On the Post Office and Post Roads. Messrs. Con- 
nor, Russell, Pearce, Hammons, Kavanagh, Doubleday, 
and Roane. 



UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT. 145 



On the District of Columbia. Messrs Washington, 
Semmes, Armstrong, Chinn, Jenifer, Wm. B. ShepaH, 
and VIcKennon. 

On the Judiciary. Messrs Bell, Ellsworth, Daniel, 
Foster, Gordon, Beardsley and Coulter. 

On Revolutionary Claims, Messrs Muhlenberg, 
Nuckolls, Crane, Bates, of Mass. Standefer, Marshall, 
Newman. 

On Public Expenditures. Messrs. Hall, of North - 
Carolina, Davenport, Lyon, Thompson, of Ohio, Pier- 
son, H. King, and Briggs. 

On Private Land Claims. Messrs Johnson, of Tenn. 
Coke, Strmberry, Mardis, Carr, Bullard and Ashley. 

On Manufactures. Messrs Adams, Hoffman, Lewis, 
Condict, Findlay, Horn, Worthington, and Barbour, 
of Va. 

On Agriculture. Messrs. Root, M'Coy, of Va,, 
Smith, oiPenn. Chandler, Wheeler, M'Coy, of Penn, 
and Tompkins. 

On Indian Affairs. Messrs Lewis, Thompson of 
Geo. S tor rs, Angel, Lacompte, Kennon and Hawkins. 
On Military Affairs. Messrs Johnson of Ky. Vance, 
Speight, Adair, Ward and Thomas of La. 

On Naval Affairs. Messrs Anderson, White, of 
N. Y. Milligan, Watmough, Patton, Dearborn and 
Lansing. 

On Foreign Affairs. Messrs Archer, Everett, of 
Mass. Taylor, Crawford, Barnwell, Wayne, and Thom- 
asa of Md. 

On Teritories. Messrs Kerr, Creighton, Williams, 
Huntington, Allan, of Ky. Potts, and John King. 

On Revolutionary Pensions. Messrs Hubbard, Isacks, 
Der.ny, Pendleton, Bucher, Soule, andChoate. 

On Invalid Pensions. Messrs Burges, Forcl^ Evans, 
of Maine, Reed, of N. Y. Dewart, Slade, and Southard. 
On Roads and Canals Messrs Mercer, Blair, of 
Tenn. Letcher, Vinton, Craig, Leavitt, and Jewett. 

On Revisaland Unfinished Business. Messrs Reed, 
of Mass. Bouch, and Silas Condit. 
10 



146 UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT. 

On Accounts Messrs Bergen, Burd, and Hodges. 

On Expenditures in the Department of State. — 
Messrs Lent, Evans, of Pa. and McKay. 

On Expenditures m the Department of the Treasury, 
Messrs Stephens, Wardwell, and Fitzgerald. 

On Expenditures in the Department of War 

Messrs. A. H. Shepperd, Mann, and Felder. 

On Expenditures in the Department of the Navy. — 
Messrs Maxwell, Hall, of Tenn. and Harper. 

On Expenditures in the Post Office Department-— 
Messrs Hawes, Bates, of Maine, Brodhead, of N. Y. 

On Expenditures on the Public Buildings. Messrs, 
Young, Spence, and Tracy. 

SELECT COMMITTEES. 

To provide. for a more general distribution of the 
Journals of Congress, and the Laws of the United 
States, among the people and voters of the States — 
Messrs Arnold, White, of Louisiana, H. King, Corwin, 
Barstow, Allen, of Vermont, and Nelson. 

Committee on the Library. Messrs E. Everett of 
Mass., Verplanck, of New York, Wayne, of Georgia. 

Committee on the Public Buildings. Messrs. Jarvis, 
Clayton, Allen, of Va. Hogan, Appleton, Banks, Cooke, 
of Ohio. 

Committee on the Militia. Messrs Baringer, A. 
Wing, Weeks, Pitcher, Stewart, McCarty, 

Committee relative to Internal Improvements and 
the exercise of doubtful powers by Congress. Messrs. 
Daniel, Polk, Speight, Everett, of ivJass., Archer, 
Vance, Beardsley. 

Claims on Denmark. Commissioners — G. Win- 
chester, Md., Jesse Hoyt, N. Y., W. J. Duane, Pa , R. 
Fulton, Secretary. 

French Commission. Commissioners, Geo. W. 
Campbell, Tenn., Thos. H. Williams, Missi., John .K. 
Kane, Penn., salaries, $3,000. Sec. John E. Frost, 
D. C. salary, $2,000. Clerk, J. H. Wheeler, N. C. 
salary, $1,500. 



UNITED STATES JUDICIARY. 147 



JUDICIARY DEPARTMENT, 

SUPREME COURT OF THE U. STATES. 

Held at Washington, an the 2d Monday, in Jan. annually 
John Marshall, Chief Justice, salary 
Win. Johnson, Asso. Justice, 
Gabriel Duval, do. do. 
Joseph Story, do. do, 

♦Smith Thompson, do. do. 
John M'Lean, do. do. 
Henry Baldwin, do. do. 
Roger B. Taney, Attorney General, 
Richard Peters, jr. Reporter of Decisions, $2,000 
Wm. T. Carroll, Clerk, salary, Fees of Office. 

Henry Ashton, Marshal, salary, Fees of Office- 

PATENT OFFICE. 

J. D. Craig., Superintendent, salary $ 1100 



alary 


$5,000 


do. 


$4,500 


do. 


$4,500 


do. 


$4,500 


do. 


$4,500 


do. 


$4,500 


do. 


$4,500 


eral, 


$3,500 



DISTRICT COURT OF CONNECTCUT. 

William Bristol, Judge. 

Asa Child, Attorney. 
Charles A. Ingersoll, Clerk. Norns Wilcox, Marshal. 
Deputy Marshals.— Elihu Olmsted., Hartford — Eras* 
tus Osborn, Neev-Haven. 



OFFICERS OF CUSTOMS IN CONNECTICUT. 

New-London. — Ingoldsby W. Crawford, Col. Elijah 
AmeSjDejp. John French, Surveyor. Thomas Mus- 
sey, Inspector. Benj. Pomeroy, Survey. Stonington. 

Middletown.— Noah A. Phelps, Col. Henry Wol- 
cott, Dep. W. Conner, Ins- Dan'l Burrows, Sarv. 

New-Haven.— Wm. H. Ellis, Col. & R. Clark, 
Dep. John H. Jacocks, Surveyor. 

Fairfield.— Walter Bradley, Col. D. B. Nichols, In*. 

Revenue Cutters. — Wolcott, New-Haven, Andrew 
Mather, Capt, Eagle, Newport, John Cahoon, Capfc 



148 TREASURY REPORT. 

FINANCES OF THE UNITED STATES. |_ 
The.estimated balance in the Treasury on the 1st of 
January, 1832, was $4,502,914 45. The receipts of 
the three first quarters into the Treasury, are estimated 
at $23,918,659 51, and the fourth quarter, including 
the 3d instalment of the Danish indemnity, at $7,834,- 
900 — making the total estimated receipts for the year, 
$31,752,659 51. Making with the balance in the 
Treasury on the 1st of Jan. 1832, an aggregate of 36,- 
255,573 96. 

The Expenditures for the year are estimated at 
34,611,466,03. 

Leaving in the Treasury on the 1st of January 1833, 
an estimated balance, including the Danish indemnity, 
of $1,< 44,107 93. 

This balance includes the funds, estimated at 1,400,- 
000,heretofore repoited by the Secretary as not effective 
The Public Debt on the 1st of Jan. 1833, was reduced 
to $7,001,689 83. Viewed as cancelled by Bank stock. 
The Imports for the year ending the 30th day of Sept, 
last, are estimated as $100,653,677 ; and the Exporta 1 
for the same period at $87,037,943, of which $,63,074,- 
715, were of the domestic, and $23,963,128 of foreign 

product ions. 

A statement showing the whole amount of the Re« 
ceipts, and expenditures of the Government, from t.h$ 
adoption of the Federal Constitution to the 31st Dec3 
1831, under separate heads,exhibiting the aggregate ex* 
penditure, exclusive of the public Debt. 

RECEIPTS 
From Customs $566,443,830 05 

Internal Revenue 22,223,630 16 

Direct Tax 12,730,097 47 

Postage 1,090,978 66 

Public Lands, 38,003,869 89 

Loans and Treasurv Notes 156,181,578 57 
Dividends & sales of Bank Stock 10,393,506 30 
Miscellaneous 5,329,{-16 17 

Total, 812,397,107 27 



FOREIGN MINISTERS. 149 



EXPENDITURES. 

Civil List $33,557,289 57 

Foreign Intercourse 23,818,401 25 

Miscellaneous 29,748,500 47 
Military services, including 

Fortifications, &c. 185,092,608 33 

Revolutionary Pensions, 16,241,160 64 

Other Pensions, 6,583,006 41 

Indian Department 12,069,768 41 

Naval Establishment, 108,747,562 94 



Aggregate exclusive of the 
Public Debt 417,644,298 03 

FOREIGN MINISTERS, &c. 

Ministers, Charges de3 Affaires, &c. &c. of the 
United States, in Foreign Countries. 

England. Aaron Vail, charge d' Affaires, London, 

France Nathaniel Niles, secretary of Legation and 
left in charge of the archives thereof, Paris. 

Russia- James Buchanan, envoy extraordinary and 
minister plenipotentiary, St. Petersburg. John Ran- 
dolph Clay, secretary of legation. Do. 

Spam. Cornelius P. Van Ness, envoy extraordina- 
ry and minister Plenipotentiary, Madrid. Charles S, 
Walsh, secretary of legation. Do. 

Portugal, Thomas L. L. Brent, charge d'affaires, 
Lisbon. 

Netherlands. Auguste Davezac, charge d'affaires, 
the Hague. 

Belgium. H. L. Legare, charge d'affaires, Brussels, 

Sweden. Christopher Hughes, charge d'affaires, 
Stockholm. 

Denmark. Henry Wheaton, charge d'affaires, Co- 
penhagen. 

Kingdom of Two Sicilies, John Nelson, charge d 9 
-iffaires, Naples. 



150 FOREIGN MINISTERS* 

United Mexican States. Anthony Butler, charge (T 
affaires, Mexico. 

Colombia. Thomas P. Moore* envoy extraordinary 
and minister plenipotentiary, Bogota. J. C, Pickett, 
secretary of legation . Do, 

Brazil. Ethan A. Brown, charge d'affaires, Rio de 
Janeiro. 

Buenos Ayres. Francis Baylies, charge d'affaires^ 
B. Ayres. 

Chili. John Hamm, charge d'affaires, St. Jag6 de 
C. 

Peru. Samuel Larned, charge d'affaires, Lima. 

Sublime Porte. David Porter, charge d'affaires* 
Constantinople. William B. Hodgson, drogoman. Do. 

Algiers. George F. Brown, commercial agent* 
Algiers. 

Tunis. Samuel D. Heap, consul, Tunis. 

Tripoli. D. S. M'Cauley, consul, Tripoli. 

Morocco. James B. Leib, consul, Tangiers. 

Ministers, Charges des Affaires, &c. &c. of 

FOREIGN POWERS, IN THE UNITED STATES. 

France. M, Serurier, envoy extraordinary and min" 
Ister plenipotentiary, Washington. 

M. A. Pajeot, sec. legation, Georgetown. 

Great Britain* Charles Bankhead, Esq. charge d ? 
affaire, Washington. 

Win, Pitt Adams, Esq. attache, do. 

Russia. Baron Sacken, Charges de Affaires, 

M. Kremer, secretary of legation, Washington* 

M. Smirnove, attache, 

Spain. Don Francisco Tacon, minister resident* 
Philadelphia. 

Don Miguel Tacon, attache. 

Portugal. Commandeur Torlade d'Azambuja, charge 
d'Affaires, Georgetown, D. C. 

Denmark. W. Stieo Bille, charge d'affaires, 
Washington, 



UNITED STATES ARMY. 151 



Sweden and Norway. Chevalier Ankarloo, charge 
d'affaires, Washington. 

Netherlands. M. Roger Huygens, Count de Luven- 
dal, charge d'affaires, Washington. 

Belgium. Baron de Behr, minister resident, Wash- 
ington, 

Mexico. Don Jose Montoya, charge d' affaires, 
Washington. Don Augustine Yturbide, secretary of 
legation, do. 

Colombia. Don Domingo Acosta, charge d'affaires 
and consul general, New-York, 

Brazil. M. A. Ribeiro, charge d'affaires, Wash- 
ington. 



ARMY MST. 



Alexander Macomb, Major-general, comm'g the army. 
Edmund P. Gaines, brigadier general, maj. gen. brev. 
Winfield Scott, brigadier general, maj. gen. brev. 
Thorn is S. Jessup. brig. gen. and qr. master gen. 
Col George Gibson, com. gen. subsis.brig. gen. brev. 
Col. John E. Wool, insp. gen. brig. gen. brev. 
Col. George Crogan, insp. gen. 
Roger Jones, adj. gen. col. brevet. 
Major William Linnard, qr. master, It. col. brev. 
Major George Bender, qr. masier.lt. col. brev. 
Major Truman Cross, qr, master, It. col. brev. 
Major HenryStanton, qr, master. 
Col. Nathan Towson, paymaster gen. 
Callender Irvine, com. gen. purchases. 
Joseph Lovell, surgeon general. 

CORPS OF ENGINERS. 

Col. C. Gratiot, brig. gen. brev. J. C. Totten, 
Col. brev. Major Samuel Babcock. 

Ordinance Department. Geo. Bomford, col. brev. 
Sup. Mil. Academv. Sylvanus Thayer, It. col. brev. 

Artillery. 

Colonels. James House, , Walker K. 

Armistead, brig. gen. brev,, James R. Fen wick. 



152 UNITED STATES NAVY. 

Lieutenant Colonels. George Bomford, col. brev. 
William MacRea, col. brev,. William Lindsay, col. by 
brevet. Abram Eustis. col. brev. 
INFANTRY. 
Colonels. Willoughby Morgan, Hugh Brady, H. 
Leavenworth, D, L. Clinch, G. M. Brooke, Henry At- 
kinson, M. Arbuckle. 

Lieutenant Colonels. Zach. Taylor, Alex. Cum % 
mings, Josiah H. Vose, D . E. Twiggs, Enos Cutler, 
Daniel Baker, J. B. Many. 

MARINE CORPS- 

Lieut. Col. Commandant. Archibald Henderson. 

Captains. Robert D. Wainwright, Samuel Miller* 

John M. Gamble, Samuel E.Watson, William H.Free- 

man, brevet, lieut. cols. 



WAVY O&T. 



Secretary. — Levi Woodbury, $6000 

Chief Clerk-— John Boyle, 2000 

Commissioners.— John Rodgers, President, 3 00 
Charles Stewart, 3500 

Charles Morris, 3500 

Secretary.— Charles W. Goldsborough, 2000 

Chief Clerk.— William G. Ridgely, 1600 

Captains, 37.— John Rodgers, James Barron,^ Wm. 
Bainbridge, Charles Stewart, Isaac Hull, Isaac Chaun- 
cey, Jacob Jones, Charles Morris, Lewis Warrington, 
Wm. M. Crane, James Biddle, Charles G. Ridgley, 
Daniel T. Patterson, Melanctbon T. Wcolsey, John O. 
Creighton, John Downes, John D. Henley, Jesse D. 
Elliott, Stephen Cassin, James Renshaw, Alexander S. 
Wadsworth, George C. Read, Henry E. Ballard, David 
Deacon, Samuel Woodhouse, Joseph J. Nicholson, 
Wolcott Chauncey, Edmund P. Kennedy, Alexander J. 
Dallas, John B.Nicholson, B. V. Hoffman, Jesse Wil- 
kinson, T, Ap Catesby Jones, Wm. B. Finch, Wm. B. 
Shubric, Alexander Claxton, Charles W. Morgan. 
Masters Commandant, 41.— George Budd, Law- 



UNITED STATES NAVY. 



153 



rence Kearney, Foxhall A. Parker, E. R. McCall, Dan- 
iel Turner, David Conner, John Gallagher, Thomas H. 
Stevens, W. JVL Hunter, John D. Bloat, Matthew C. 
Perry, Charles W. Skinner, John T. Newton, Joseph 
Smith, Lawrence Ronsseau, Ceorge W. Storer, Bev- 
erly Kennon, Edward R. Shubi ick, F. H. Gregory, J, 
H. Clack, P. F. Voorhees, Benjamin Cooper, Wm. L. 
Gordon, Silas Duncan, David Geisinger, Robert F. 
Stockton, Isaac McKeever, Wm. D. Salter, Charles S. 
McCauley, Thomas M. Newell, E. A. F. Valette, Wm. 
A. Spencer, John H. Auhck, Wm. V. Taylor, Mervine 
P. Mix, Bl. Dulany, S. H. Strin^ham, J. P. Zantzmger 
John H. Bell, Thomas T. Webb, John Pecival. 

VESSELS OF WAR OF THE UNITED STATES NAVY. 

Ships of the Line. 



Name. 


Rate. 


Where and when built. 


Columbus, 


74 


Washington, 


1819 


Independence, 


74 


Boston, 


1814 


Ohio, 


74 


New- York, 


1820 


Washington, 


74 


Portsmouth, 


1814 


Franklin, 


74 


Philadelphia, 


1815 


North-Carolina, 


74 


Philadelphia, 


1820 


Delaware, 


74 


Norfolk, 


1820 


Alabama, 


74 


Portsmouth, 




Vermont, 


74 


Boston, 




Virginia, 


74 


Boston, 




Pennsylvania, 


74 


Philadelphia, 




New- York, _ 


74 


Norfolk, 




Frigates of t 


he First Class. 




United States, 


44 


Philadelphia, 


1797 


Brandywine, 


44 


Washington, 


1825 


Potomac, 


44 


Washington, 


1821 


Constitution, 


44 


Boston, 


1797 


Hudson, 


44 


Purchased, 


1826 


Java, 


44 


Baltimore, 


1814 


Guerriere, 


44 


Philadelphia, 


1514 


Santee, 


44 


Portsmouth, 




Cumberland, 


44 


Boston, 




Sabine, 


44 


New-York, 





154 



UNITED STATES NAVY. 



Savannah, 
Raritan, 
Columbia, 
St, Lawrence, 



44 
44 
44 
44 



New- York, On the stocks. 
Philadelphia, do, 
Washington, do. 
Norfolk, do. 



Constellation, 

Congress, 

Macedonian, 

John Adams, 

Cyane, 

Concord, 

Boston, 

Vandalia, 

St. Louis, 

Falmouth, 

Warren, 

Peacock, 

Lexington, 

Erie, 

Natchez, 

Fairfield, 

Ontario, 

Vincennes, 

Porpoise, 
Grampus, 
. Shark, 
Enterprize, 
Boxer, 
Dolphin, 
Experiment, 



Frigates of the Second Class, 



36 
36 
36 



Baltimore, 

Portsmouth, 

Captured, 



Sloops of War. 



24 
24 

18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 



Charleston, 

Captured, 

Portsmouth, 

Boston, 

Philadelphia, 

Washington, 

Boston. 

Boston, 

New- York, 

New- York, 

Baltimore, 

Norfolk, 

New-York, 

Baltimore, 

New- York, 



Schooners of War. 

12 Portsmouth, 

12- Washington, 

12 Washington, 

12 New- York, 

12 Boston, 

12 Philadelphia, 

12 Washington, 



1797 
1799 
1812 

1799 
1815 

1828 
1825 
1828 
1823 
1827 
1826 
1813 
1825 
1813 
1827 
1828 
1813 
1826 

1820 
1821 
1821 
1831 
1831 
1821 
1832 



RECAPITULATION. 

Ships of the Line 12x74 889 

Frigates of the 1st Class 14x74 616 

Frigates of the 2d Class 3x36 108 
Sloops of 24 gans 2x24 48 

Sloops of 18 guns 13x18 134 
Schoonera 7x12 — 51 84 — 1978 guns. 



MILITARY POSTS. 155 

Number of vessels in Commission 20 

" Ordinary 21 

" <• on the Stocks 12 

The number of officeis, &c. appertaining ta the Na- 
vy are as follows, viz. 

Captains, 37 ; Masters Commandant, 41 ; Lieuten- 
ants, 259 ; Surgeons, 44 ; Assistant do., 45 ; Pursers, 
43 ; Chaplains, 9 ; Passwd Midshipmen, 94 ; Midship- 
men, 356; Sailing Masters, 31 ; Boatswains, 16; 
Gunners, 18 ; Carpenters, 14 ; Sail makers, 13. 
MARINE CORPS. 

Lt. Col. Commandant, 1 ; Lt. Cols, by brevet, 5 ; 
Captains, 9 ; Capt. by brevet, 6 ; First Lieutenants, 24 ; 
Second Lieutenants, 16. 

Permanent Navy Agents, 10 ; Temporary, do. 4 ; 
Naval Store Keepers, 7 ; Chief Naval Constructors, 
1; Naval Constructors, 7. 

A list of the Military Posts and Arsenals in the 
United States. 

EASTERN DEPARTMENT. 

Forts Winnebago, Brady, Mackinac, Howard, Gra- 
tiot, Mich. Ter. Fort Niagara, Madison Barracks, 
New- York. Hancock Barracks,Forts Sullivan, Preble, 
Maine. Forts Constitution, N. Hampshire. Independ- 
ence, Massachusetts. Wolcott,Rhode-Island. Trum- 
bull, Connecticut. West Point, Columbus, Hamilton, 
New- York. Delaware, Delaware. McHenry, Sev- 
ern, Washington, Maryland. Fortresss Monroe, Bel- 
lona Arsenal, Virginia. Fort Moultrie, Citadel in 
Charleston, S. Carolina. Fort Johnson, N. Carolina. 
Augusta Arsenal* Oglethorpe Barracks, Georgia. Fort 
Marion, Florida. 

WESTERN DEPARTMENT. 

Forts Snelling, Crawford, Upper^Miss. Armstrong, 
Illinois. Cant. Leavenworth,,TefFerson Barracks,Misso* 
Cant, Gibson, Arkan. Cant. Jesup, Lou. Cant. Tow- 
son, Arkan. Baton Rouge, New-Orlean^,Forts Wood, 
Pike, Jackson, Lou. Cant. Brooke, Key West, Flori- 
da, Fort Mitchell, Alabama, 



l56 ARSENALS ADDITIONS. 

Arsenals. — Kennebeck, Maine ; Watertown, Mas- 
sachusetts ; Champlain, Vt. ; Watervliet, Rome, N. 
Y. ; Allegheny, Frankfort, Penn. ; Pikes ville, Md. ; 
Washington. D. C. ; St. Louis, Misso. ; Mt. Vernon, 
Alabama ; Baton Rouge, Louisiana. 

The following additions and corrections are made 
from elections, Sec. which have occurred since the ar- . 
tides were published in the first part of the Register. — 
Add Robinson S. Hinrn an, Notary public, Salem bndge ; 
Caleb Mix, Steward of Yale College ; Lucius M, Pur- 
dy, a. b. Tutor, Washington College ; Hugh L. White, 
President of the Senate of the U. S. ; (J. C. Calhoun, 
V. President, resigned ;) Con. River Banking Co. Di- 
rectors, A. Smith, w. H. Imlay, J. H. Welles, Daniel 
Buck, S. Spencer, D. Morgan, Joseph Church. S. B. 
Wildman, W. J. Hametsley — A. Smith, President, H, 
Alden, Cashier, Elected Jan. 1. James Thomas, Gov. 
of Maryland. Dele Prof. Smith, Wes- Univ. de'cd. 

Officers of the Mechanics Society of Middletown, 
chosen Jan. 1, 1333 : 

George Spalding, President. 
Horace Clark, 1st Vice President. 
John L. Smith, 2d do. do. 
S. D. Hubbard, Corresponding Secretary. 
William Goodrich, Recording Secretary. 
J. H. Sumner, Treasurer. 
directors. Gilbert Burrows, Elias Lewis, Asa 
Richardson, John Bliss, Charles Buckland, C. Elliott. 

nominating committee. Alanson Works, Aaron 
Beach, Charles Tucker, Merrils Ward, Otis Fisk. 



Officers of the General Society of Mechanics of New- 
Haven, elected Jan. 2, 1833 : 

T. G. Woodward, President. 
Sidney Hull, Vice President. 
directors. Alvan Wilcox, Scovil Hiuman, Lever- 
ctt Griswold, Joseph Fairchild, Horace Peck, Zebul 
Bradley, Tieasurex. Giles Mansfield, Secretary. 
The present funds of the Society amount to $4,100. 



MERCANTILE ALMANAC. 



15' 



MBRCAtfTILH ALMANAC, 

FOR 1833. 



£ "2 



8 s f 

| 2 s -§ b ■§ 5 
? ^ ^ t^ b, ^ ^ 
I I I I I I 1 
JAN 12 3 4 5 
6 7 8 9 10 11 12 
13 14 15 16 17 18 19 
20 21 22 23 24 25 26 
27 28 29 30 31 
FEB 1 2 

3 4 5 6 7 8 9 
10 11 12 13 14 15 16 
17 18 19 20 21 22 23 
24 25 26 27 28 
MAHCII 1 2 

3 4 5 6 7 8 9 
10 11 12 13 14 15 16 
17 18 19 20 21 22 23 
24 25 23 27 23 29 30 
31 
\PRIL 

12 3 4 5 6 

7 8 9 10 11 12 13 
14 15 16 17 18 19 20 
21 22 23 24 25 26 27 
28 29 30 

vlAY 12 3 4 

5 6 7 8 9 10 11 
12 13 14 15 16 17 18 
19 20 21 22 23 24 25 
26 27 28 29 30 31 
JUNE 1 

2 3 4 5 6 7 8 

9 10 11 12 13 14 15 
16 17 18 19 20 21 22 
23 24 25 26 27 28 29 
30 



§> 1 1 1 1 * * 

3 £ r 3 £ 2? r*- ^ 

jj 5» bl £ £s &*< CO 

I I I I I I I 

.1 ULY 

12 3 4 5 6 
7 8 9 10 11 12 13 

14 15 16 17 18 19 20 

21 22 23 24 25 26 27 

28 29 30 31 
AUGUST 1 2 

4 5 6 7 8 9 10 

II 12 13 14 15 16 17 
18 19 20 21 22 23 24 
25 26 27 23 29 30 31 

*EPT 
12 3 4 5 6 7 
3 9 10 11 12 13 14 

15 16 17 13 19 20 21 

22 23 24 25 26 27 28 

29 30 

OCT 12 3 4 5 
6 7 8 9 10 11 12 
13 14 15 )(j 17 18 19 
20 21 22 23 24 25 26 
27 23 29 30 31 
NOV 1 2 

3 4 5 6 7 8 9 
10 11 12 13 14 15 16 
17 18 19 20 21 22 23' 
24 25 26 27 28 29 30 
I >EC 

12 3 4 5 6 7 

8 9 10 11 12 13 14 

>15 16 17 18 19 20 21 

22 23 24 25 26 27 28 

(29 30 31 



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INDEX. 

A. County of Hartford, 30 

New-Haven, 33 

New-London, 38 

Feirfield, 39 

Windham, 41 

Litchfield, 44 

Middlesex, 47 

Tolland, 49 

Custom house officers, 148 
Courts, Superior and 
County [see Calendar 
pages.] 

U. S. District 147 

Probate, 50 

Colonies settlement, 67 

D. 
Distances from Capitals, 19 
Domestic Ind. society, 95 

E. 
Eclipses, &c. 3 

Electors meeting, 3 

Events, 137 

Expenditures U. S. 149 

F. 
Farm'n Canal co, £6 

G. 
Gen. Hospital soc. 95 

Gov't of Connecticut, 
Exec, and Legislative, 25 
Judic. and v^ivil, do. 30 
Governors of the several 

States 127 
Hale Donation, 95 

Harttord Bridge Compa. 86 
Auxiliary Education 

Societv, 94 
I. 
Insurance Comp, 84 — 85 
Interest Table, 20 



Academies, 90- 


-93 


Agncultural Soc.Hartf'd 98 


American Asylum, 


94 


Almanac, 


5 


Army List, 


151 


Attorneys, see counties 


> 


Allotment of Judges, 
Banks, 75- 


126 


-83 


Bible Societies, 


97 


Bishops, 


104 


Boroughs, 


65 


Bridgeport, 


66 


Colchester, 


65 


Danbury, 


61 


Essex, 


66 


Guilford, 


66 


Killingworth, 


66 


Newtown, 


66 


Stamford, 


67 


Stonington, 


66 


Litchfield Village, 


67 


Cities, • 63-65 


Clergymen, 98— 


-104 


Com.of Congress 143— 


-14, 


Colleges, 87- 


-90 


Collegiate Institute, 


93 


Comm's of Bridges, 


57 


Conn. River co. 


58 


Farmington Canal, 


58 


Ferries, 


57 


Roads, 


53 


State Prison, 


58 


Thames River 


58 


Union company, 


58 


Com. to take ack. ) 


74 


of Deeds, &c. j 



INDEX. 



147 



126 

97 

157 



Judiciary of U. S. 
M. 

Masoflic Society, 
Mechanics do. 
Mercantile Almanac, 
Middlesex aux. Educa- 
tion society, 97 
Missionary society, 97 
Militia, 105—125 
Ministers & Consuls, 149 
Mohegan, soc. 

N. 
Navy Iiist, 
Norwich water power 

Company, 
Notaries Public, 

P. 
Packet Co, N. H. 
Patent Office, 
Phi Beta Kappa, 
Post Offices, 
Postage, 

R. 
Rail Road co. 
Rep's of U. S. 
Retreat for Insane, 
Roads, 

a 

Senatorial districts, 59 — GO 
Senators of U.S. 140 

Signers of the Decla 

of Independence, 
Steam Boat Companies 

Hartford, 

Conn. River, 

New-Haven, 



128- 



141- 



152 



52—53 



147 

90 

-131 

131 



87 

-143 

95 

17 



State soc. for the pro- 
motion of dom. Ind 95 
Surveyors of Conn. 62 

Societies. — Bible, 96 

Bap. Education, 64 

Br. Am. Education, 93 
Br. Am. Tract, 96 

Colonization, 96 

Medical, 61—62 

Peace, 9e 

Sunday School, 97 

Town officers and taxes 68 
Table High Water, 4 

Federal money, 21 

Foreign Coins 24 

Value of Coins, 22—23 
Union co, Hartford, 86 

Windham aux. Educa- 
tion Society, 94 

U.S. Calendar. 
U. S. Exec. &c. 138 

Senate, 140 

Representatives, 141—143 
Judiciary, 147 

Army List, 151 

Navy List, 152—155 

Military Posts, &c. 155 
Committees, 143— 146 



13: 



Collectors, 147 
District Courts, 1*7 
Finances, 148 
Receipts and ex- 
penditures, 148 
For'n Ministers, 149-151 
P. M. General's 

Report, 132-135 



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FOR 

1834s 

TO WHICH IS PREFIXED 

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Entered according to the Act of Congress. 1832, by 
Samuel Green and Francis J. Huntington, in the office 
of the Clerk of the District of Connecticut. 



ECLIPSES in the year 1834. 



I. — January 9th, Sun eclipsed at61u 9m. 
noon, invisible. 



in the afier- 



II. — June 7th, Sun eclipsed at oh. 21m. in the morning, 
invisible by reason of the moon's south laiiiude. 

HI. — June 21st, Moon eclipsed, visible and total. 



h. m. 

1 45") 

2 50 | 

2 32 \ 

4 15 f 

5 21 \ 

3 36J 



Meantime 

in the 
Morning. 



Beginning at 

Beginning of total darkness 

Middle of the eclipse 

End of total -darkness 

End of the eclipse 

Whole duration 

Digits eclipsed 16.7 on the northern limb* 

IV.— The fourth will be a large visible eclipse of the Sun, 
an Sunday, November 30th, as follows ; 

hi m. 
Beginning at I 061 

Greatest obscuration 2 30 {Mean time in 

End of eclipse 3 45 f the afternoon. 

Whole duration 2 39 J 

Digits eclipsed 10.6 on the Sun's souttiern limb. 
This eclipse will be total in a number of our Southern 
and Western States ; at Beaufort and Charleston, South 
Caiolina, the Sun will be totally eclipsed about one and 
half mi notes. 

V. — December 15ih a«d N5th Moon eclipsed, visible. 

h. m. 
Eclipse begins December 15th at 10 32 Evening. 
Middle of eclipse 12 00 Midnight. 

End of eclipse Dec. 16th 1 30 Morning. 

Whole duration 2 58 

Digits eclipsed 8.1 o« the Moon's southern limb. 



CHRONOLOGICAL CYCLES FOR 1834. 
E. 

11 

20. 



Dominical Letter, 
Lunar Cycle or Golden/ 
Number, \ 

Enact 



Solar Cycle, 
Roman Indiction 
Julian Period, 



23 

T 
6547 



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A TABLE, 

Showing the difference of High Water at several 
places from Neiv-London. 



Thesixth column of each monthly page shows the 
time of high water at New London, N. York,Elizabelh- 
town Point, Tarpaulin Cove, Cape Henlopen,Cockspur, 
in Georgia, and Brunswick, in N, Carolina — to which if 
you adil and subtract as in the annexed table, you will 
have the time of high water at the following places. A m 
shows that the annexed quantity of time must be added, 
S. subtracted — h stands for hours — m for minutes. 

Names of Plac 
Newburyport 
New Haven 
New Providence 
Norwich Landing 
Penobscot 
Pensacola 
Philadelphia 
Piscataway 
Plymouth 
Port Royal, s. c. 
Portsmouth 
Providence 
Quebec 
Rhode Island 
Salem 

Sandy Hook 
•Savannah 
Saybrook 
St. Augustine, B. 
St. Johns. Newf. 
Tybee Bar 
vVilliams, Va. 
Wilmington, N. C 



Names of Places. 


H. M- 


Amboy 


S. 


45 


Annapolis, IVld. 


s. 


2 


Annapolis, Novs 


A. 


3 


New Bedford 


S. 


1 12 


Boston 


A. 


2 15 


Cape Ann 


A. 


2 45 


Cape Fear 


s. 


1 


Caseo B*y 


A. 


2 15 


Charleston Bar 


S. 


2 20 


Fairfield 


A. 


2 


Fred erica 


S. 


1 


Georgetown bar 


S. 


2 20 


Guilford 


*A. 


1 30 


Halilax 


A. 


3 


Hell Gate 


A. 


30 


Hartford 


A. 


2 20 


Huntington 


A. 


2 


Ipswich 


A. 


2 45 


Jamestown 


A. 


50 


Louishurg 


A. 


3 


Main Ocean 


s. 


45 


Mobile Point 


A. 


f» 


Nantucket 


S. 


1 30( 



*e*. 


H. M 


A. 


2 45 


A. 


1 50 


S. 


1 25 


;A. 


45 


A. 


3 


S. 


1 


A. 


4 20 


A. 


2 40 


A. 


1 45 


1 S. 


30 


A 


2 45 


S. 


1 


A. 


3 


S. 


45 


A. 


2 45 


A. 


55 


S. 


1 12 


A. 


15 


S. 


1 25 


A. 


3 


A. 


15 


A, 


2 15 


.A. 


2 15 



January has 31 days, beginning on Wednesday. 



East qr. 2d. llh. 25 m. morn. 
New Mo. 9d. 6h. 23m. aft. 
Fi st qp. 17d. 9h. 55m. aft. 



Full mo 25d. 5h 25m. mo. 
Last qr. 3ld. Bh. 27m. aft. 



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Calendar, fccc. 



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¥ 



8 

9 
10 
11 

12 
13 
14 

15 

10 
17 

18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 



CJncum. 

6)b 

2/ sets lh 22m M 

'o ri.6h. 12m. M. 
7*3ou. 8h. 20m. 
Epiph. 
day br. 5h 43m. 

•^ eclipsed 
12/ Sets Oh. 56m. 
$ rises 6h 9m 

1 S. aft. epiph. rj ]) i 
si clock 9m. 

j) Apogee. 

% Sets Oh 21m. M £ <£ If. 

2 aft. epiph. \ station, 

Day br. 5h 23m 

5 fise 6h Hi 

Y L south 9h 
Conv.St.Panl. 

3 aft. epiph. j) perigee 
high tides 

^isets lih51m. 

6 )k 

si clock 13m. 



4 
64 



32 


1 59 


11 33 


33 


2 53 


morn. 


33 


3 48 


46 


34 


4 32 


1 53 


34 


5 22 


2 55 


35 


6 13 


4 6 


35 


7 6 


5 14 


36 


8 


6 22 


36 


8 54 


{ sets 


37 


9 47 


5 33 


38 


10 38 


6 34 


39 


11 25 


7 3-i 


39 


after. 


8 34 


40 


53 


9 34 


41 


1 35 


10 33 


42 


2 15 


11 32 


42 


2 56 


morn. 


43 


3 38 


29 


44 


4 23 


1 26 


45 


5 11 


2 29 


46 


6 3 


3 33 


47 


6 59 


4 35 


48 


i 58 


5 3S 


49 


9 


6 37 


50 


10 


{ rise 


51 


10 59 


6 48 


52 


11 55 


8 3 


53 


inorn. 


9 19 


54 


48 


10 30 


55 


1 39 


11 42 


57 


2 29 


morn. 



CALENDAR 

Of the Courts in this State, arranged Monthly* 

SUPERIOR COURTS. 
JANUARY. At New-Haven, Third Tuesday, 

Brooklyn, Fourth, dot 



February has 28 dayg, beginning on Saturday. 



JNew mo. 8d. Oh. 14m. aft. 
First qr. 16i). 4h. 54m. aft. 



Full mo. 23d. 4h. 13<n. aft. 



M W 



Calendar, &c. 



\far irv>s.iK.sea(r D s . 



1 


7 




7 2 4 58 


3 19 


V 52 


& 


E 


Punf. BVM. 


7 1 


4 59 


4 10 


1 59 


3 


2 


Day br 5h.2Qna. 


7 


5 


5 2 


3 I 


4 


3 


H sets llh.2»m. 


6 59 


5 1 


5 55 


4 3 


5 


4 


o « <? 


6 57 


5 3 


6 4» 


5 1 


6 


5 


$ rise 5h 48m M 


6 56 


5 4 


7 40 


5 59 


7 


6 


? % D 


6 55 


5 5 


8 31 


6 5Q 


8 


7 


i a D 


6 54 


5 6 


9 20 


")s§t. 


9 


E 


cfcuii cjuages. 


6 53 


5 7 


10 6 


6 24 


10 


2 




6 51 


5 9 


10 41 


7 24 


11 


3 


Shrove Tues. £ apog. 


6 50 


5 10 


11 31 


8 24 


12 


4 


AshW©sl.clockl5m. 


6 49 


5 11 


aft.12 


9 22: 


13 


5 


% sets lib sup. 505 


6 48 


5 12 


53 


10 21 


14 


6 


Valentine. 6 J) 1£ 


6 46 


5 14 


1 34 


11 1G 


15 


7 




6 45 


5 15 


2 17 


mom. 


16 


E 


1st S, in lent. <$ § It 


6 44 


5 16 


3 2 


19 


17 


2 




6 42 


5 18 


3 51 


1 19 


18 


3 


Day break 5h 4m 


.6 41 


5 19 


4 43 


2 20 


19 


4 


2J. set 10h2tm. 


6 40 


5 20 


5 40 


3 20 


20 
21 


5 

6 


£ rises 5h. 28m. M. 


6 38 
6 37 


5 22 
5 23 


6 39 

7 40 


4 20 

5 Yt 


22 


7 




16 36 


5 24 


8 40 


6 IS 


23 


E 


2d Sun. in Lent. 


6 34 


5 26 


9 38 


J> rise 


24 


2 


3 Perigee high tides. 


6 33 


5 27 


10 34 


6 58 


25 


3 


? »2 ) 


6 32 


5 28 


11 28 


8 10 


26 


4 


2^ sets 10b. 20m. 


6 30 


5 30 


morn. 


9 2£ 


27 


5 




6 29 


5 31 


20 


10 38 


28 


6 


JO si Clock 13m. 


6 28 


5 32 


1 12 


11 SO 



The 
of March. 



vk, :. £)will be morning star until the 7lh 
evening star to the end of the vear. 



SUPERIOR COURTS. 

FEBRUARY. At Hartford, second Tuesday. 

Litchfield, third, do. Middletown, fourth, do. 

COUNTY COURTS. 

At Norwich, [a] Banbury, [a] second, do. 



March has 31 days, beginning on Saturday. 



Lastqr. 2d. 7h. 27m. mor. 
New /no. lOd. 6h. 29m mor. 
First qr. 18d.8h. 19m.mom 



Full mo. 25d. lh. 26m. mor. 
Last qr. 31d, 8h. 39m. aft. 



>i|w| 



Calendar, Sec 



3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31*2 



Day br. 5li 50m. 
3d S. in lent. 

1£set lOh 

Mars rise 5h 7m .M 

? <T $ sup 6d$ 
4\h in lent. 6 C # 
<J D $ C3sl clock 11m. 
J) apog. g Gr.Elong. 

2/set.9h.36ni, 

d 3) % 

% rise 4h 53m M 
5th in lent 
day br.4h.26m 

$ station 

1/sots 9h. 18m. 
ent y 

7*ssetllh. 
Palm Sunday, 
DPerigee,cJ # <$ 
Ann. B.V.M. 6 D\ 
high tides. 
o sets 4h31m M 
Jroori Friday. 
2/ set 8h. 50m. 
Easter Sunday. 
$sets6h 47m 



l^v)r : l ©s. 1 Fsea ! r.D a> 
2 5 morn. 

2 58 50 

3 51 1 59 

4 44 3 3 

5 37 3 53 

6 28 4 42 

7 17 5 T8 

8 4 5 55 

6 28 
J sets 

7 16 

8 14 

9 13 

10 13 

11 13 
morn. 

12 



6 26 
6 25 
6 23 
6 22 
6 21 
8 19 
6 18 
6 16 
6 15 
6 14 
6 12 
6 11 
6 10 
6 



34 
35 
37 

38 
39 
41 
42 
44 
45 
46 
48 
49 
50 
52 
53 
55 
56 
57 
59 

6 2 



17 
4 

8 48 

9 30 
10 11 

10 52 

11 32 
aft. 14 

58 

1 45 

2 35 

3 28 

4 24 

5 22 

6 21 

7 19 

8 16 

9 10 

10 4 

10 53 

11 52 
morn. 

47 

1 43 

2 38 



16 
10 
4 
51 
39 
17 
55 



I rise 

8 16 

9 30 
10 41 

II 51 
•ojn. 
58 



SUPERIOR COURT, 
MARCH. At Norwich, third Tuesday. 

COUNTY COURTS. 
At Brooklyn, first Tuesday <£ New-Haven, third do. 
Hartford, fourth, do. Tollard, fourth, do, 



April has 30 days, 

[Yew mo. bd. 1 Ih, 55m. aft. | 
First qr. 16d. 7h. 31m. .aft | 



b^egmningjon Tuesday^ 
"Full mo~. 23ri79h. 49m. "mo r n . 
Last qr. 30d. lib. 44m morn* 



*l\ 


w 


Calendar,&c. 


©r.|©-.| 


F.sea.j 


r. >* : . 


13 


Day br.4h. 


5 


43 


6 17 


3 22 


1 1 41 


24 


2/ ser. 8h 39m 


5 


42 


6 18 


4 25 


2 49 


215 


Mars .ri.4h.18m.ZM. 


5 


41 


6 19 


5 15 


3 15 


46 


3) apogee. 


5 


39 


6 21 


6 2 


3 57 


5(7 


$set7h ? 3) £ 


5 


38 


6 22 


6 37 


4 27 


6|E 


t S. aft. E. 


5 


36 


6 24 


7 29 


4 58 


72 


7*sset 10h. 6 D 5 


5 


35 


6 25 


8 10 


6 18 


OS 


J up. set 8h. 33m. 


5 


34 


6 26 


8 51 


2) sets 


9J4 


d)9 

^ in 

vlars rise 4h M 


5 


32 


6 28 


9 31 


7 17 


10; 5 


5 


31 


6 29 


10 13 


8 7 


116 


5 


30 


6 30 


10 57 


9 & 


127 




5 


28 


6 32 


11 42 


10 7 


13 E 


2S. after Easter 


5 


27 


6 33 


aft.31 


11 8 


142 


^anH cl. even 


5 


26 


6 34 


1 23 


morn. 


15 8 


$ set 7n 15m 


5 


24 


6 36 


2 17 


7 


16 4 


Day br. 3b. 30m. 
Jupiter sets 7h 58m 


5 


23 


6 37 


3 13 


1 2 


17 


5 


5 


22 


6 38 


4 10 


1 52 


L8 


6 


Days length 13h 18m 


5 


U 


6 39 


5 6 


2 54 


19 


7 




5 


19 


6 41 


6 1 


3 17 


:o 


E 


3d S aft Easter 


5 


18 


6 42 


6 51 


3 49 


H 


2 


Mars rise 3h30mM { \ 
C Perigee 


5 


17 


6 43 


7 48 


4 22 


>2 


3 


5 


15 


6 45 


8 41 


4 55 


>34 


ci 2 % 7*sset 9h. 


5 


14 


6 46 


9 35 


3) rise 


>4 


5 


high tides 


5 


13 


6 47 


10 30 


8 19 


>5 


6 


£set 7h 48m 


5 


12 


6 48 


11 27 


9 33 


>6,7 




5 


11 


,6 49 


morn. 


10 40 


27 B 


4 th aft.E. 


5 





6 51 


25 


11 47 


282 


Mars rise 3h 25m M 


5 


8 


6 52 


1 22 


morn. 


293 


Day break 3h 18m 


5 


7 


6 53 


2 .7 


89 


J0|4 




5 


6 


£ 54 


3 8 


1 23 



SUPERIOR COURT. 

APRIL. At Tolland, third Tuesday. 

COUNTY COURTS. 
At Haddam, Tues. aft. 1st Monday, 

Litchfield first Tuesday. Fairfield, third, do 





May has 31 days, beginning on Thursday. 


jK 


• w mo. 8>'i.3ii.3B.tn.ait. 


Kutl mo 224. 6U. 15m. ati. 


First qr. 16d 3ii. 7m. morn. 


Lastqr. 30 J. 3h. 6m. morn 


M 


Wi t'Hifcnriar, &c. }0r.|e.)s.|Fsea.i r. D s. 


1 


5 


$sec 8h. 3m. 6 > # 


5 5)6 55 


3 58 


2 8 


2 


G 


Mars n. 3h 16m.M. 


5 3 6 57 


4 44 


2 S3 


3 


7 


6<(J 


5 2!6 58 


5 28 


2 58 


4 


E 


5th an.E. japo. 


5 16 59 


6 9 


3 23 


5 


2 


Day br. 3h. 


5 


7 


6 50 


3 46 


6 


3 


Jseti 8h. 15m. 


4 59 


7 1 


7 30 


4 9 


7 


4 


Elec. at New Haven 


4 58 


7 2 


8 11 


4 32 


V 


5 


Vlars ri.3h.16mM. 6 U D 


4 57 


7 3 


8 54 


Cseta 


9 


6 


6oa 


4 56 


7 4 


9 40 


8 


10 


7 


6 ? 3 


4 55 


7 5 


10 28 


9 2 


11 


£ 




4 54 


7 6 


11 19 


10 3 


12 


2 


2 sets 8h. 29m. 


4 53 


7 7 


aft.13 


11 


13 


3 




4 52 


7 8 


1 9 


11 51 


74 


4 


Q fast cl. 4m. 


4 51 


7 9 


2 5 


morn. 


15 


5 


.Vlars rises 2h 48m M 


4 50 


7 10 


3 


38 


16 


6 


Day break 2h 45m 


4 49 


7 11 


3 54 


1 19 


17 


7 


n0| 


4 48 


7 12 


4 46 


1 51 


IB 


E 


Whit. Sund. 9 set 8h 42m 


4 47 


7 13 


5 37 


2 24 


19 


2 


b Ih 


4 46 


7 14 


6 29 


2 54 


20 


3 


M perigee. 


4 45 


7 15 


7 21 


3 25 


21 


4 


Mars rise* 2h 34m M 


4 44 


7 16 


8 15 


3 57 


22 


5 


High tides 


4 43 


7 17 


9 10 


D rise 


23 


6 


b D § 


4 42 


7 18 10 8 


8 30 


24 


7 


J set 8h ,54m. 


4 42 


7 18 11 6 


9 24 


25 


E 


Trio. Sund. 


4 41 


7 19jmom. 


10 28 


26 


2 


Day br. 2h. 30m. 


4 40 


7 20, 4 


11 13 


27 


3 


Mars rises 2h. 21m. M. 


4 39 


7 21 59 


11 S3 


28 


4 




4 39 


7 21 


1 50 


morn. 


♦29 


5 


6 Dft 


4 38 


7 22 


2 39 


3-1 


30 


6 


2 set 3b. 5m. 


4 37 


7 23 


3 24 


1 4 


31 


7 




4 37(7 23. 4 6 


1 28 



TAere are no Courts holden in this Month. 



June has 30 days, beginnin g on Su nday. 



Vew mo. 7d, 5h. 10m. morn. 
iist qr. 14d. 8h. 15m. morn. 



Full rao. 2!d. 3h. 35m. mor» 
Last qr.28d. 9h. 10m. after. 



ilwl Calendar, &c. |©r.|0s.{Fsea|r. i^s. 


1 


E 


1st S. aft, T . (VI apogee 


4 36 


7 24 


4 47 


1 52 


2 


2 


Sup.rfOS dC? 


4 36 


7 24 


5 27 


2 14 


3 


3 


2 set s 9h. llnio 


4 35 


7 25 


6 8 


2 38 


4 


4 


9 perihelion. 


4 34 


7 26 


6 50 


3 2 


5 


5 


Day br. 2h 16m. <5 } # 


4 34 


7 26 


7 35 


3 32 


6 


6 


$ri.9h. 16m. 


4 33 


7 27 


8 22 


4 2 


7 


7 




4 33 


7 27 


9 13 


3) sets 


8 


E 


2d S.aft. Trin. 


4 33 


7 27 


10 7 


8 54 


9 


2 


Mars rises lb. 52m. M. 


4 32 


7 28 


11 3 


9 40 





3 


Jup.ri. Sh.l4m. M. 


4 32 


7 28 


aft. 2 


10 38 


1 


4 


M. perigee. 


4 32 


7 28 


^6 


11 17 


2 


5 


£set9h21m 


4 31 


7 29 


1 51 


11 57 


3 


6 




4 31 


7 29 


2 43 


morn. 


4 


7 




4 31 


7 29 


3 34 


30 


5 


E 


3aft.Tr. 6 h D ©cl.even 


4 31 


7 29 


4 24 


1 


6 


2 


Mars ri. lh.37mM.M perig 


4 31 


7 29 


5 15 


1 29 


7 


3 


Day br. 2h. 12m. 


4 31 


7 29 


6 5 


1 58 


8 


4 


£ set 9h. 24m. 


4 30 


7 30 


6 58 


2 30 


9 


5 


Jup ri. 2h.41m. M 


4 30 


7 30 


7 54 


3 3 


>0 


6 




4 30 


7 30 


8 51 


3 45 


>1 


7 


Mars riselh26m MQenoB 


4 30 


7 30 


9 59 


} rise 


>2 


E 


4thS.aft.Tria. 


4 30 


7 30 


10 46 


9 7 


>3 


2 




4 30 


7 30 


11 40 


9 49 


>4 


3 


Nat. St John B. 


4 30 


7 30 


mom. 


10 31 


>5 


4 


Mars risfes :h 18m J, (£ ^ 


4 31 


7 29 


30 11 I 


>6 


5 


Jup rise 2h 26m M 


4 31 


7 29 


1 17 


11 31 


11 


6 


M. apog e e. 


4 31 


7 29 


2 1 


11 55 


>3 


7 


9 sets 9h 25m 


4 31 


7 29 


2 43 


morn. 


!9 


E 


5th aft. Trin. M apogee 


4 31 


7 29 


3 23 


18 


50 


2 


1 


4 32 


7 28 


4 4 


41 



SUPREME COURT OF ERRORS, 

IUNE. At Hartford, second Tuesday. 

Litchfield, third do. Danbury, fourth do. 

N. Haven, Tues. fol. fourth, do. 

COUNTY COURTS. 

\t New-London, second Tuesday, N, Haven, 4th do, 



July has 31 days, beginning on Tueaday. 

L New rno.6d4li26m. afu \ FuUmo.20d. 2h.29m. aft. 

First qr. 13d. Oh. 28m. aft | Last ,,.-. 28d. 2h. 21m.aft. 



iVllWI 



Calendar, &c 



712 
8 ! 3 
9 4 

10 5 

11 6 

12 7 

13 E 

14 2 

15 3 

16 4 

17 5 

18 6 

19 7 

20 E 

21 2 
22,3 
23 4 
24; 5 
25 6 



7Z ri. lh. M. 6 ^ '6 
Visit. BVM. 9 set 9h. 23m. 
"Uri.2h.rn. i 1> % 
Indep.'75Jeffersondied 1826 
iVJars ri. Oh. 57m. M. 
6 tii S- aft. Trin. 
9&i-.elorm. 

6 J y 

T/ri. lh.36ra.M. 
M. perigee. 

!ats ri. Oh. 44tn. 
7th aft- Trin. 

V set. 6h. 15ttl. 
\qtiilla sou. midnight. 
2/ri. Ih.l3m. M. 

Day br. 2h 32m. 



Mars rise Oh 24m M 



I Qr.i(g)s-i. lF.se,ir.3)9 

7 



26 
o7 
28 
2 9 
30 



3l£ 



? set 9h St James 
: )og days begin. M apoj 
1 aft. Trin. 
Mars ri.0h.13m. M 



>/ ri 
9 



0^. 30m. M 
• fth •' - 



6SD 



31 

32 
32 
33 
33 
33 
34 
34 
35 
36 
36 
37 
30 
38 
39 
40 
40 
41 
42 
43 
43 
4* 
4 45 
46 
4 

48 
49 
50 
51 
52 
53 



7 



4 45 

5 28 

6 14 

7 4 

7 57 

8 53 

9 51 

10 49 

11 45 
a(t.39 

1 31 

2 21 

3 11 

4 1 

4 52 

5 46 

6 41 

7 38 

8 35 

9 39 

10 21 

11 10 
11 55 
morn. 

38 

1 19 

1 59 

2 40 

3 23 

4 6 
4 53 



1 

1 29 J 

2 2 

2 34 

3 19 
M.set 

8 33 

9 15 
9 57 

10 30 

11 3 
11 33 
morn. 

2 



32 

2 
44 
26 
20 



Mrise 

8 28 

9 
9 32 
9 57 

10 22 

10 45 

11 7 
11 35 
morn 

3 
35 



SUPREME COURT OF ERRORS. 
JULY. At Haddam, [a J second Tuesday. 

Norwich, [a] third do. 

Brooklyn, fourth do. 

Tolland, Tues. fol fourth do. 






August has 31 da ys, beginning on Friday, 

2Vew mo, 5d. lh. 48m. mo. j Full mo. 19d.3h. 24m.rnor v 
First qr. lid. 5h. 26m. aft. \ Last qr. 27d 6b. 59m. mor" 



*1 
1 


lWf Calendar, &c. i *|<X> r.ig)s| F.s. ir. }s. 


)6 


Mars ri.0h.5m.M. 6 % 1> 


4 54 


7 6 


5 44 


1 7 


217 


Day br. 2h.52ra. 


4 55 


7 5 


6 39 


1 58 


i 


E 


10aft.Trin.7*sri.llh. 


4 56 


7 4 


7 36 


2 49 


4 


2 


2/ri. 0h.l4m.M. 


4 47 


7 3 


8 55 


3 54 


5 


3 


$set 8h.48m. 


4 58 


7 2 


9 34 


Msets 


6 


4 


Transfig. of our Lord 


4 59 


7 1 


10 -j 


8 31 


7 


5 


^ 9 3 


5 


7 


11 24 


9 1 


8 


6 


Marsri. llh.51m. b 1) 


5 1 


6 59 


aft.16 


9 32 


9 


7 


**. Per. High tides. 


5 2 


6 58 


1 7 


10 3 


10 


E 


11 aft. Trin. 


5 4 


6 56 


1 58 


10 34 


ll 


2 


$ri. 8h.S9m. d V % 
1/ri.llh. 43m. 


5 5 


6 55 


2 49 


11 6 


\2 


8 


5 6 


6 54 


3 42 


11 39 


13 


i 




5 7 


6 53 


4 36 


nom. 


14 


5 


Mars rise llh.4l 


5 8 


6 52 


5 31 


21 


15 


6 




5 9 


6 51 


6 27 


1 12 


16 


7 


Day br. 3h. 20m. 


5 10 


6 50 


7 22 


2 3 


17 


E 


12 aft. Trin 


5 12 


6 48 


8 14 


3 4 


18 


2 


$set8h.28m. 


5 13 


6 47 


9 4 


4 4 


19 


3 


Of 


5 14 


6 46 


9 50 


Vlri e 


20 


4 


2/ri. llh. 15m. 


5 16 


6 44 


10 34 


8 


21 


5 


6 $ I2 7*s rise lOh. 


5 17 


6 43 


11 16 


8 24 


22 


6 


Mars ri. llh. 27m. 


5 18 


6 42 


11 56 


8 48 


23 


7 


M apogee 


5 19 


6 41 


Tiorn. 


9 9 


24 


E 


13af.Trin. 


5 21 


6 39 


36 


9 44 


25 


2 


$ set 8h. 16m. 


5 22 


6 38 


1 17 


10 18 


2G 


3 




5 23 


6 37 


2 10 


10 40 


27 


4 


MID 


5 25 


6 35 


2 45 


11 3 


23 


5 


bU 


5 26 


6 34 


3 34 


11 49 


29 


6 


St. J. JB. beheaded. 


5 27 


6 33 


4 25 


mora. 


30 
811 


7 


9 set 8h 8m 


5 28 


6 32 


5 21 


34 




14 aft. Trin. 


5 30 


6 30 


6 18 


1 3S 






SUPERIOR CO 


Ijftl 


U 







AUGUST. At New-Haven, second 
Litchfield, third, do. Haddara, fourth 
COUNTY COURTS. 

L At Hartford, second 

Brooklyn, second do. Tolland fourth 



Tuesday, 
do. 

do. 
do. 



September has 30 days, beginning on Monday. 



.New mo. 3d. 9h. 4m. mom. 
First qr. 10d. Oh. 39m. morn. 



Full mo. 17d. 6h. 31m. aft. 
Last qr 25o'.10h 19m. «ft. 



M 

1 


Wl Calendar, Sec 1 


fi 


1 r. 


:©*. 


(F.seM 


l r Ds. 


2 


(.; « ev ii 


5 


31 


6 


2$ 


7 17 


2 30 


2 


3 


J up. n,10h.23m. 


5 


3^ 


6 


27 


8 14 


3 31 


3 


4 


D< g days en<I. 


5 


33 


6 


27 


9 10 


VisetB 


4 


5 


£ -eh. M per. 


5 


35 


6 


25 


10 5 


7 31 


5 


6 


6 j) ^ $ ri « n »- h's 1 * 1 '*. 


5 


36 


6 


2^ 


10 58 


8 2 


t> 


7 


b $ * 


5 


38 


6 


22 


11 50 


8 34 


7 


E 


{5 ait. Trin. 


5 


39 


6 


21 


ift.43 


9 6 


8 


2 


Nat. B. V. M. 


5 


40 


6 


2( 


1 37 


9 38 


9 


3 


Day bi\ 3h. 55m. 


5 


41 


6 


it 


2 32 


10 21 


10 1 


4 


$ ri. 7h.51m. 




43 


6 


i' 


3 2? 


11 4 


11 


5 






44 


6 


H 


4 23 


norn. 


12 


6 


#ri. 9h. 52m. 




45 


6 


1 


5 18 


3 


13 


7 




5 


47 


6 


u 


6 11 


1 i 


14 


E 


Holy Cross. 


5 


48 


6 


is 


7 1 


2 


15 


i 


VI . s r . 10h. 47m. 


5 


49 


6 


ii 


7 47 


3 3 


16 


3 


$ sets 7h. 42m* 


5 


51 


6 


• 


8 31 


4 6 


17 


4 




5 


52 


6 


i 


9 14 


Mrise, 


10 


5 


7i ri. 91.. 30m. 


5 


54 


6 


c 


9 54 


6 51 


19 


6 


Day break 4h 5m 


5 


55 


6 


6 


10 35 


7 13 


20 


n 


%1 apogee 


5 


56 


6 


4 


11 15 


7 35 


21 


E 


17 ait. Trin. 


5 


58 


6 


5 


11 67 


8 1 


22 


2 




5 


59 


£ 


1 


morn. 


8 23 


23 


3 


$ sets 7h-33m. Q ent. ,£= 


G 





6 


C 


40 


9 5 


24 


4 


b D 2/ 


6 


2 


5 


5f 


1 27 


9 42 


25 


5 


Mars ri. 10h. 20m. 


6 


3 


5 


57 


2 17 


10 32 


26 


6 


bD% 


6 


4 


5 


5( 


2 £ 


11 22 


27 


7 


Jup. riset 8h.55m 


6 


6 


5 


54 


4 1 


morn. 


58 


E 


18 aft. Trin. 


6 


7 


5 


52 


5 1 


23 


29 


2 


? sets 7h25m 


6 


9 


5 


51 


5 57 


1 30 


m 


3 


iup. Stationary. 


6 


10 


5 5C 


6 44 


2 37 



SUPERIOR COURTS. 

SEPTEMBER. At New-London, second Tuesday. 

Hartford, fourth do. 

Danbury, fourth do. 
COUNTY COURT. 

At Litchfield, fourth do. 



October has 31 days, beginning on Wednesday, 

New mo. 2d. 6h 



15m. aft 
Fir st qr. 9d. llh. 14m. mor. 
M wj Calendar, &c. 



Full mo. I7d. llh. 39m. mor* 
Last qr. 23d. llh. 21m. mor- 



|©r.|(r)s.|F.sea.| r.Mg, 



1 
2 
3 
4 

5 
6 
7 
8 
9' 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

M 

15 

6 

7 

!8 

b 



^ri.8h.40m. 
Wpeiigee. 6* J'ljhigh id's 
V sets 7b. 21m. 
v, a.s ri. 10h.l3m. 
>ay br. 4h. 42m. 
/up. ri. 6h. 18m. 



?set7h.l5m. 
7*s r i. 7h. 

»rs ri. 10h. 
20th aft. Trip. 



$gr 



16 



iO* 



©fast cl. 15m. 
2 set 7h 10m 
M apogee. 
Hr\ 7h. 35m 
St. Luke. 
21st aft. Trin. 
Marsri. 9h. 39m 

bD% 

Vse!§ 7h 5m 

6 D% 
Jup. ri 7h 5m 
Day br* 5b. 
22 aft. Trin. 

Mars rises 9h 18m 

$ sets 7h 1m b \ D 
M apogee 



6 11 



elon. 



6 13 
6 14 
6 16 
6 17 

6 18 
6 20 
6 21 
6 22 
6 24 
6 25 
6 26 
6 28 
6 30 
6 31 
6 32 
6 34 
6 35 
6 36 
6 38 

6 39 
40 

6 42 

6 44 

6 45 

6 47 

6 48 

6 49 

6 50 

6 51 _ 

6 52J5 



49 
47 
46 
44 
43 
42 
40 
39 
38 
36 
35 
34 
32 

30 

29 

28 

26 

25 

24 

22 

21 

20 

19 

16 

15 

13 

12 

11 

10 
9 
8 



7 49 

8 42 

9 36 

10 29 

11 24 
aft.21 

1 19 

2 17 

3 13 

4 8 

4 58 

5 46 

6 30 

7 12 

7 51 

8 31 

9 14 
9 56 

10 39 

11 24 
morn. 

12 

1 9 

1 5 

2 52 

3 46 

4 40 

5 35 

6 26 

7 19 

8 12 



4 1 

Msets 

6 27 

6 59 

7 32 

8 15 

8 58 

9 54 

10 49 

11 52 
morn. 

55 

1 58 

3 1 

4 1 

5 1 
Mrise 

6 7 

6 35 

7 3 

7 44 

8 24 

9 16 

10 8 

11 15 
morn. 

22 

1 36 

2 50 

4 5 

5 tl 



SUPERIOR COURTS, 
>CTOBER. At Brooklyn, first Tuesday. 

Tolland, third do. 

COUNTY COURT. 

At Middletown, third do. 



November has 30 days, beginning on Saturday. 



iVew mo. Id. 3h. 21m. morn. 
First qr. 8d. In. 43m. morn. 
FuH mo. 16d. 6h. 1m. morn. 



Last qr. 23d. 10h.49m. aft. 
New mo*30d.2h. lm. aft. 



!M|wJ 



Calendar, &c. 



KCK.Uas-iF.sea.ir.iyig. 



1 


7 


All Saints, high tides. 


6 53 


5 7 


9 7M8ets 


2 


E 


All Souls 


6 54 


5 6 


10 3 6 3 


3 


2 


© fastcl, 16m. 


6 55 


5 5 


11 3 6 50 


4 


3 


2set7h. b M ? 


6 57 


5 3 


aft. 3 7 SO 


5 


4 


Day br. 5h.l8m. 


6 58 


5 2 


1 2 8 40 


C 


5 


Mars ri. 8h. 53m. 


6 59 


5 1 


2 940 


7 


6 




7 


5 


2 53 10 45 


8 


7 


%r\. 6h. 


7 1 


4 59 


3 43 11 50 


9 


E 




7 3 


4 57 


4 29 morn. 


10 


2 


Venus set 6h.52m. 


7 4 


4 56 


5 12 


53 


11 


3 




7 5 


4 55 


5 53 


1 54 


12 


4 


vl apo. 


7 6 


4 54 


6 33 


2 53 


13 


5 


Jup ri. 5h. 40m. 


7 7 


4 53 


7 13 


3 53 


14 


6 


7* Suo. midnight. 


7 8 


4 52 


7 54 


4 52 


15 


7 


<? Gr. brilliancy. 


7 9 


4 51 


8 37 


5 50 


16 


E 


Venus set 6h 43 m 


7 10 


4 50 


9 22 


Mrise 


17 


2 


b3>2Z 


7 11 


4 49 10 10 


5 40 


18 


3 


Jup ri. 5b I7m« 


7 12 


4 4811 10 


6 18 


19 


4 


Of. cl.l4m. 


7 13 


4 47-11 53 


7 9 


20 


5 


Mars rise 8h 5m 


7 14 


4 46 morn. 


8 1 


21 


6 


^Mars& Moon. 


7 15 


4 45 


47 


9 11 


22 


7 




7 16 


4 44 


1 41 


10 20 


23 


E 


Mars station. 


7 17 


4 43 


2 34 


11 25 


24 


2 


Venus sets 6h 31m 


7 18 


4 42 


3 26 


morn. 


25 


3 


Day break oh 37m 


7 19 


4 41 


4 17 


31 


26 


4 


bib 


7 19 


4 41 


5 7 


i 43 


27 


6 




7 20 


4 40 


5 58 


2 55 


23 


6 


c?©^ 


7 21 


4 39 


6 50 


4 9 


29 


7 


M. Perigee. 


7 22 


4 38 


7 45 


5 24 


30 


EjQeclipsed Advent Sunday. 


7 22 


4 38 8 42 


Msets 


COUNTY COU 


RTS. 


NOVEMBER. At Hartford, s< 


Hjond Tuesday. 


Norwich, 


do. do. 


Danbury, tt 


lird do. 






New-Haven 


, foui 


*th 


< 


lo. 



December has 31 days, beginning on Monday. 



First qr 7d. 7h.56m, after. 


Last 


qr. 23d. 7n. 3m. naorn. 


Full mo. 16d. Oh. 8m. mom. 


New 


mo. 30d. 2h. 26u 


). mor. 

ir.iVJg, 


m|w| Calendar, &c. 


|©r.reM.iP.6ea 


1 


2 


high tides. 


7 23/4 37 


9 42 


5 39 


2 


3 


Mars ri7hllm fc ? <L by 


7 24 


4 36 


10 44 


6 go 


3 


4 


Venus sol Cli 


7 24 


4 36 


11 44 


7 19 


4 


5 




7 25 


4 35 


afi.41 


8 27 


5 


6 


b D Hors. 


7 25 


4 35 


1 34 


9 35 


6 


7 


Day br, 5h.41m. 


7 26 


4 34 


2 23 


10 39 


7 


E 


2 in advent. 


7 26 


4 34 


3 8 


11 44 


8 


2 


(V)fast cl. 8m. 


7 27 


4 33 


3 50 


morn. 


9 


3 




7 27 


4 33 


4 30 


54 


10 


4 


Venus sets 5h. 38m. 


7 28 


4 32 


5 11 


1 48 


11 


5 


M apog. 


7 28 


4 32 


5 51 


2 42 


12 


6 




7 28 


4 32 


6 33 


3 40 


13 


7 


Mars ri. 6h, 15m. 


7 29 


4 31 


7 17 


4 39 


14 


E 


3 in advent, b 2i D 


7 29 


4 31 


8 4 


5 39 


15 


2 




7 29 


4 31 


8 55 


6 40 


16 


3 


J up Sou»10b. 30m. 


7 29 


4 31 


9 47 


M rise 


17 


4 


b Mars ar.d Mot n 


7 30 


4 30 


10 42 


5 54 


18 


5 




7 30 


4 30 


11 37 


6 58 


19 


6 


Day br.5h.46m. 


7 30 


4 30 


morn 


8 2 


20 


7 


Jup.set* 5h.31m 


7,30 


4 30 


31 


9 12 


21 


E 


4 in advent. (v)ent,W 


7 30 


4 30 


1 23 


10 21 


22 


2 


Jup. scuth lOh. 


7 30 


4 30 


2 14 


11 31 


23 


3 




7 30 


4 30 


3 2 


morn. 


24 


4 


Mars south lh. M. b M I? 
Christmas. 


7 30 


4 30 


3 52 


41 


25 


5 


7 30 


4 30 


4 41 


1 53 


26 


6 


M Perigee. 


7 30 


4 30 


5 33 


3 2 


27 


7 


It set 5h. m. 


7 29 


4 31 


6 17 


4 11 


28 


E 


1st aft. Chiist.b 5 M 
High tides 


7 29 


4 31 


7 24 


5 22 


29 


2. 


7 29 


4 31 


8 24 


6 46 


30 


3 


b$ $ 


7 28 


4 32 


9 25 


Mset. 


SI 


4 




7 28 


4 32 


10 25 6 6 




SUPERIOR C( 


)UR F ] 


i 


DECEMBER. At Fairfield, la 


st Tuesday. 


COUNTY COl 


JRTS. 


At Brooklyn, s 


econd do. 


Litchfield, t 


.hird do. 






Tolland, fo 


urth 






do. 



ROADS. 



17 



ROADS. 



Old Road from Bo 

New York. 
To Cambridge 
Waiertown 
Waltham 
Weston 
Sunbmy 
Marlborough 
Northborough 
Shrewsbury 
Worcester 
Leicester 
Spencer 
Brookfield 
Weston 
Palmer 
Wilbrahara 
Springfield 
Suffield 
Windsor 
Hartford 
Berlin 
Meriden 
Wallingford 
New Haven 
Milford 
Stratford 
Bridgeport 
Fairfield 
Saugatuc 
Norwalk 
Darien 
Stamford 
Horseneck 
Rye 

East Chester 
West Farms 
Harlaem Bridge 
2$Te>v-York 



slon /olFrom Boston to Hart'd. 123 
'Hartford to N. York 112 



61 
( 
*t 

11 
14 

10 
7 

10 
6 
8 
8 
9 
5 
4 
4 
6 
4 

Si 

5 
5 

10 



Whole distance 



235 



Hdriford to Windsor, VU 
Springfield 23 

Northampton 19 

Oeerfield 28 

ntney 23 

Charlestowh 20 

Windsor 18 

New-London to Newport. 

Westerly 15 

Tower Hill 25 

Xaraganset Ferry 3 

Newport 7 

New -York to Washington* 
Princeton 52 

Philadelphia 94 

Wilmington 128 

Susquehannah (Havre) 158 
Baltimore 192 

Gents 214 

Washington 227 

Post Road from Boston to 
Hartford, 
Farmington 20 

Worcester 18 

IStur bridge 13 

Stafford ]S 

Vernon 1£ 

'Hartford 14 

Turnpike from New London 

to Providence and Boston. 
Mystic, Williams's 7£ 

N. StontOgtoh, Miner's 8£ 
Hopkinton City 2£ 

West Greenwich, Blake's 15 
Providence 16£ 



18 
Boston 

Whole distance 
Ft om New-London to 

wch and Boston, 
To MontviJIe 
Norwich 
Jewett's City 
Piainfield 
Sterling 
^cituate 
Providence 
Attleborongii 
Walpole 
Dedham 
Boston 



ROAPS . 

42jGlastenbury, Welles's 
— Hartford 4 3-4 

f 2 i\ Total 42 3-4— 

•Afbr- j From Hartford to Albany. 



4 
11 
15 

u 

10 

10 
10 

Total loo 

Frew 2fa*f»n io Portland. 



/Northington 

7 N. Hartford 

6 Winchester 

8 Norfolk 

7 Sheffield 



Great Barrington 
W* Stock bridge 
N. Canaan 
Chatham 
Nassau Village 
Schodack 
Albany, Skinner's 



10 
10 

3 

8 
14 

6 
10 

3 
-6 
4 
6 
6 



Lynn 

Srtlem 

Jpswich 

New bury port 

Hampton 

Portsmouth 

Kennebeck 

Portland 



Total i\q 

New-London to N. Haven 

Lyme 

Say brook 

Killingworth 

Guilford 

Brandford, Barker's 

New Haven 



Total 94 

7 New Turnpike Road from N. 
j 2 Haven to Norwich and 

7 Providence, R, U 
n FromN. H. by N. Bran- 
ds ford to Essex Ferry 30 
10 Essex Ferry to Salem 
29 cross roads $j. 
2 7 Thence to Norwich city 1()| 
Total 50—- 

From Norwich by Preston 
& Voluntcwn to Prov. 38 
Thence to Boston 42 



_ Total 130 
( from Albany to Buffalo. 

Schenectady lg 

8 Amsterdam lg 

-, , ' Johnston 

lotal 53 'Palatine ij 

New-London to Hartford. Herkimer \ j 

l°w I1Cj Turner S 8 ^Mca, Shepard'. I 



Salem, 

Colchester, 

Marlborough, 



6 Vernon 

6 Lenox 

8 Manlius 



19 

10 
14 



ROADS. 



10 



Marcellus 


1? 


Windham 


14 


Skeneatclos 


10 


Hartford 


30 


Auburn 


6 


70- 




Cayuga 


4 


Post Road from Hart Tor a 


' to 


Geneva 


5 


Providence. 




Gorham 


10 


Manchester 10 Coventry 


n 


Cananrlaigua 


6 


Mansfield 7 Ashford « 


is 


East Bloomfield 


6 


Killingly Centre, 


14 


West Bloomfield 


5 


Gloucester 8 Scituale 3 


16 


Lima 5 Avon 3 


8 


Piovidenre 


H 


Caledonia 


7 


Total 69£- 




Batavia 


IS 


Middle Road from Bostoi 


i /* 


Buffalo 


36 


Hartford, 




From Canandoigua 


to JYi- 


Dedham 


id 


agora Falls . 




Pom fret 


47 


Genesee River 


27£ 


Hartford 


40 


Batavia 


27 


97- 




Buffalo Creek 


36 


From Hartford to J\ n . Hai 


en, 


Niagara Falls 


2U 


through Middletown. 




H2 


Middletown 


n 


From Providence to Har/fd 


Northford 


12 


FJainfield 


SO 


New Haven 30— 


-11 



Distances from Washington to ike Capitals 
the States — Main Post Road. 
Northern Route. Southern Route. 

381 Richmond, Va. 
Fayettville.N. C. 
Columbus, Ohio, 
Charleston, S. C. 
Frankfort, Ken. 
Indianapolis, Ind. 
Savannah, Geo. 
Murfreesboro' Tea, 
Vandalia, Illinois, 
St. Louis, Miso. 
Tuscaloosa, Alab. 
IVTonticello, Missis. 
New Orleans, Low. 
Tallahassee, Florida. 
Litt!e Rock, Arkansas, 
Detroit, Michigan, 



To Baltimore 


38 


"Wilmington, Del. 


111 


Philadelphia 


137 


Trenton, N. J. 


170 


New York 


227 


New Haven 


304 


Middletown 


329 


Hartford 


336 


New London 


360 


Norwich 


373 


Providence 


410 


Boston 


436 


Portsmouth, N. H. 


492 


Montpelier, Vu 


534 


Portland, Me. 


554 


Eastjiort 


StfS 



of all 



123 
348 
418 

544 

565 

603 

657 

708 

781 

856 

850 

1230 

1203 

896 

1068 

52€ 



20 



TABLE OF INTEREST. 



INTEREST TABLE. 



Table of simple Interest at 6 per cent, in Dolls. & (Jts. 



Principal 



ilw.|lm.|3m. 6 m. 1 1 yr. 





d. c.| 


D. 


c. 


i d. 


c. 


D. C. 


|D. C. 


Cents 


10 

















| 







20 





o 














1 




30 




















2 




40 

















1 


3 




SO 

















2 


o 6 : 


Dollars 


1 


o o 











1 


3 


12 




2 








1 





3 


6 


18 




3 


o 





1 





4 


9 


24 




4 








2 





6 


12 


30 




5 


o 





3 





T 


15 


60 




10 


1 





5, 


15 


30 


20 




20 


2 





10, 
15 


SO 


601 


1 80 




30 


3 





45 


90 1 


1 40 




40 


5 





20 


GO 


1 20 


6 




50 


6 





25' 


75 


1 50 


2 




100 


12 





50, 1 


50 


3 


3 




200 


25 


1 


3 





6 


12 




300 


37 


1 


50 4 
01 6 


50 


9 


18 




400 


50 


2 





12 


24 




500|0 62 


2 


501 7 


50 


15 


30 o 




1000 


|1 25 


5 


0J15 





30 


60 o 



idPTo find the idterest of any particular sum for 
any certaiu time, multiply the snm by the number of 
months, take ode half of the product and you will find 
the two right hand figures to be cents — the remainder, 
on the left hand are dollars, which is the answer. If 
there be cents in the sum, after you have multiplied as 
above, you will find the two right hand figures to be 
fractions, the two next cents, and the remainder in 
dollars. 



TABLE OF CENTS. 



21 



A TABLE 

Showing the valuo of any number of Cents from one 
to one hundred, in shillings, pence, and farthings. 

d.f. 

6 3 

2 
1 

3 
2 
1 
3 
2 
1 

3 
1 



cts 


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Money accounts of the United States are to be ex- 
pressed in Dollars or Units, Dimes or Tenths, Cents 
or Hundredths, and Mills or Thousandths. A Dime 
being the tenth part of a Dollar, a Cent the hund- 
r «dth part of a Dollar, and a Mill the thousandth 
part of a Dollar, 



22 TABLE OP GOLD COINS. 

VALUE OF GOLD COINS CONSIDERED AS 
BULLION. 

American and Foreign Gold, being considered as Bul- 
lion, an estimate of its value may be made by calcula- 
ting its worth at the following rates, being the stand- 
ard valuation by the Government to regulate the curren- 
cy of foreign gold, in the United States, in conformity 
to Acts of Congress, passed 29th of April, A. D. 1816. 

AMERICAN, ENGLISH AND PORTUGUESE GOLD. 

The Gold Coins of America, Great Britain and Por- 
tugal, are all of the same standard, and are valued at 
88~ 89 and 100 cents to the dwt. &r at 27 grs. to the dol- 
lar ; or Dwts. Grs. 
The weight of one dollar is 1 03 
do. 500 dollars 562 12 
dew 10,000 dollars 11,250 00 

FRENCH GOL.D. 

The Gold Coin of France is valued at 87 1-4 cents 
the dwt. or 27 1-2 grs. to the dollar j. therefore 

Dwts. Grs. 
The weight of one dollar is 1 04 

do. 500 dollars 573 07 

do. 10,000 dollars 11,461 08 

SPANISH GOLD. 

This coin is valued, agreeably to Acts of Congress 
at 84 cents to the dollar, or at 28 1-2 grs. to the dollar. 

Dwts. Grs. 
The weight of one dollar is I 06 

do. 500 dollars 595 06 

do. 10,000 dollars 11,904 18 

Doubloons, it will be observed, are received by the 
Banks at $14 60 each ; but they are generally in such 
demand as to sell for at least $15 each, among Brokers 
and others, and are variable from this price to $16 dol- 
lars each, but seldom command the latter price. 



WEIGHT AND VALUE OF COINS. 



23 



A TABLE. 

Of the true or standard weight of the Coin3 gener- 
ally in circulation ; with the prices at which they are at 
all times current at the several Banks in the United 
States ; but frequently at a considerable premium in 
market. 



WEK 


JHT OF AMERICAN GOLD 

Dwts. gr. 


Par val. 


An Eagle should 


weigh 11 6 


$10 00 


half do. 


5 15 


5 00 


quarter do. 


2 19 1-2 

ENGLISH GOLD. 


2 50 


A Guinea should 


weigh 5 8 


$4 66 


half do. 


2 16 


2 33 


third do. 


1 18 2-3 


1 55 


quarter do. 


1 02 


1 161-2 


Sovereign 


5 03 


4 44 


half do. 


2 13 1-2 


2 22 


third do. 


1 17 


1 38 


quarter do. 


1 06 3-4 

FRENCH GOLD. 


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$4 36 


half do. 


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2 IB 


Napoleon, (or 20 Fr. Piece) 


3 60 




PORTUGUESE GOLD. 




Johannas should 


weigh 18 00 


$16 00 


half do. 


9 00 


8 00 


Moidore 


6 22 

SPANISH GOLD. 


6 00 


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weigh 17 08 


$14 00 


half do. 


8 16 


7 30 


quarter do. 


4 08 


3 65 


eighth do. 


2 04 


1 87 1-2 


-sixteenth do. 


1 02 

8ILVER. 


93 3-4 


Spanish Dollars 


17 08 


$1 00 


half do. 


8 16 


50 


quarter do. 


4 OS 


25 



24 TABLE OF FOREIGN COINS, &C. 

A TABLE of various Foreign Coins, &c. with their 

value in Federal money. 

Sixteenth of a Dollar, 06 2 1-2 

Real Plate of Spain, 10 9 

English Sixpence, 111 

Livre Tournois of France, 18 5 

Franc of France, 18 7 1-2 

English Shilling, 22 2 

Marc Banco of Hamhurgh 23 
Ft orin or Guilder of the Uni. Netherlands 40 

Half Dollar 50 

Rupee of Bengal 50 

Rix Dollar of Denmark and Sweden 1 00 

Rouble of Russia 1 00 

Crowns of England and France 1 11 

Milrea of Portugal 1 24 

Tale of China 1 48 

Pagoda of India 1 84 

French Pistole 3 66 7 

Spanish Pistole 3 77 3 

Pound of Ireland 4 10 

Pound Sterling of Great Britain 4 44 

French Guinea 3 60 

English Guinea 4 65 7 

Moidore 6 08 

DoublooriV*- *>. 14 93 4 

Johannas' " rJ^\ 16 00 

WEIGHT AND VALUE OP AMERICAN COINS. 

Names. dwts. grs, dols. cts. 

Eagle 11 6 10 00 

half do. 5 15 5 00 

quarter do. 2 19 1-2 2 50 

Dollar 17 7 1 00 

half do. 8 16 50 

quarter do. 4 8 25 

Dime 1 18 10 

half do. 21 5 



GOVERNMENT OF CONNECTICUT. 25 

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GOVERNMENT OF 

CONNECTICUT. 

EXECUTIVE AND LEGISLATIVE DEPARTMENTS. 



HENRY W. EDWARDS, Governor. 

Salary, $1100. 

EBENEZER STODDARD, Lieut. Governor. 

Salary, $300. 

SENATORS. 

James Dodd, 
David E. Hubbard, 
David Grant, 
Jared Basset, 
John Pierce, 
ashbel griswold, 
Nathan Daboll, 
burrell woodworth, 
Samuel A. Peters, 
Philip A. Cannon, 
Samuel T. Barnum, 
Charles Hawlet, 

Jonathan Nichols, 
William* G. Williams, 
Nehemiah C. Sandford 
Elisha Sterling, 
John Stewart, 
George Pratt, 
William Field, 
Jabez L. White, Jr. 
Charles Chapman, Clerk of the Senate. 
Silas Mix, Executive Secretary. 
Isaac Spencer, Esq. Treasurer. 

Seth P. Beers, Esq. ComrmVr of the School Fund. 
Elisha Phelps, Esq. Comptroller of Public Accounts. 
Caleb Pond, James T. Pratt, Auditors of Public 
Accounts. 



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26 REPRESENTATIVES. 

I J 

ROLL op the HOUSE of REPRESENTATIVES. 

SAMUEL INGHAM, Speaker, 

Silas Mix, 1st Clerk, 
Loren P. Waldo, 2nd Clerk. 

HARTFORD COUNTY. 

Hartford, Joseph Pratt, Wm. Hayden. 

Avon, Oliver Tillotson. 

Berlin, Benjamin Wilcox, Wm. Smith. 

Bristol, Ephraim Downes. 

Burlington, Enoch Cornwall. 

Canton, Theodore Pettibone. 

East Hartford, Erastus Woodruff, Samuel Brewer. 

East Windsor, Horace Barber, Samuel Mills. 

Enrleld, Ephraim P. Prudden, John King. 

Farmington, Timothy Cowles, Sidney Wadsworth. 

Glastenbury, Robert Hunt, Sylvester Blish. 

Granby, Justus D. Wilcox, Oliver Alderman. 

Hartland, Austin Ensign, Wyllys W right. 

Marlborough, Samuel F. Jones. 

Manchester, William Cooley. 

Simsbury, Moses Ensign, Everett Wilcox. 

Southington, Francis W. Wilcox, Jnlius Bristol. 

Suffield, Henry Pease, William C. Gay. 

Wethersfield, James T . : . Beiden, Martin Robbins. 

Windsor, Warren Marshall, Guy Talcott. 

NEW-HAVEN COUNTY. 

New-Haven, Joseph N. Clark, Silas Mix. 

Branford, Levi Bradley. 

Cheshire, Edward A. Cornwall, John A. Foot. 

Derby, Josiah Nettleton. 

East-Haven, De Grass Maltby. 

Guilford, Nathaniel Griffin, Abel Rossiter. 

Hamden, Elam Warner. 

Madison, William Blatchley. 

Meriden, EnosH. Curtis. 

Middlcbury, Leonard Bronson. 

Milford, Abijah Carrington, William H. Fowler. 

North-Haven, Hubbard Barnes. 

Orange, Eliakim Kimberly. 



REPRESENTATIVES . 27 



Oxford, Nathan B. Fairchild. 

Prospect, Samuel Pock. 

North Brantbrd, Samuel Bartholomew, 2d. 

Salisbury, Charles C. Hinman. 

Wallingford, John D. Reynolds, Lyman Miller. 

Waterbury, Obadiah Warner, Elisha S. Abernethy. 

Wolcott, Archibald Miner, 

Bethany, David Beecher. 

Woodbridge, James A. Darling. 

NEW-LONDON COUNTY. 

New-London, Coddington Billings, Anson Smith. 

Norwich, Charles P. Huntington, James Lanman. 

Bozrah, Gardner Avery. 

Colchester, John Isham, Zelotes Clark. 

Franklin, Comfort D. Filmore, 

Griswold, Welcome A. Browning. 

Groton, Elisha Haley, John Spicer. 

Lebanon, Asahel Dewey, John M. Peabody. 

Lisbon, Bucklin Mathewson, 

Lyme, Joshua R. Warren, Charles J. M'Curdy. 

Montville, Azel F. Rogers. 

North Stonington, Latham Hull, David Coats. 

Preston, Asher P. Brown, William Kimball, Jr. 

Salem, Samuel Dolbear, 

Stonington, Elias Brown, Gilbert Collins. 

Waterford, Isaiah Rogers. 

FAIRFIELD COUNTY: 

Fairfield, John S. Wilson, David Cooley, 2d. 

Bridgeport, Smith Tweedy. 

BrooKfield, Bryant Smith. 

Danbury, Eli T. Hoyt, Russell Lacey. 

Darien, Edward Scorield. 

Greenwich, Silas Davis, Arba Smith. 

Huntington, Sylvester Post. 

Monroe, Levi Edwards. 

New Canaan, Samuel Raymond. 

New Fairfield, Jabez Tredwell, Jr. 

Newtown, Henry Beers, Lemuel Beers. 

Norwalk, Thomas B. Butler, John D. Lounsburjr 

Reading, Jacob Wanzer, Thaddeus B. Reed. 



28 REPRESENTATIVES. 



Ridgefield, Thomas St. John, William Sherwood. 

Sherman, Levi Leach. 

Stamford, Selleck Scofield, Royal L. Gay. 

Stratford, Jo3iah Gorham. 

Trumbull, Robert Middlebrook. 

Weston, Jesse Wakeman, Oliver C. Sanford. 

Wilton, George Mead. 

WINDHAM COUNTY. 

Brooklyn, Bela P. Spalding. 

Ashford, James Trowbridge, Leonard Dean. 

Canterbury, Andrew T. Judson, Chester Lyon. 

Chaplin, Luther Ripley. 

Hampton, Mason Cleveland. 

Killingly, Arba Covill, Thomas Backus. 

Plainfield, Henry Angell, Joseph Eaton. 

Pomfret, Pardon Kingsley, William Osgood. 

Sterling, Joseph Gallup. 

Thompson, John J. Green, Faxon Nieholls. 

Voluntown, Joseph Wylie. 

Windham, Stephen Hosmer, John Webb, Jr. 

Woodstock, Benjamin Chamberlain, James Lyon. 

LITCHFIELD COUNTY, 

Litchfield, William Beebee, Asa Hopkins. 

Barkhamsted, Matthew Allen, Joel Tiffany. 

Bethlem, Nathan Jackson. 

Canaan, William M. Burrell, Nathaniel Stevens. 

Colebrook, Arthur Howell, Loren Percival. 

Cornwall, Benjamin Catlin, Victorianus Clark. 

Goshen, Jonathan North, Eber Bailey. 

Harwinton, Gaylord Welles, Abijah Webster. 

Kent, Ira Eaton. 

New-Hartford, James D. Thorp, Joseph Welles. 

New Milford, George Taylor, Benjamin B. Soule. 

Norfolk, Michael F. Mills, Harvey Grant. 

Plymolth, Elijah Warner, Jr. 

Roxbury, Jesiah R. Eastman. 

Salisbury, Luther Ticknor, Nathaniel Benedict, Jr. 

Sharon, Clark Chapman, John Cotton Smith, Jr. 

Torrington, Martin Webster, LeviMunsell, deceased, 

Warren, Elijah Hayee. 



REPR ESENTATIVES 29 

Washington, David C. Whittlesey, Youngs Elliott, 
Watertown, Holbrook Curtis. 
Winchester, Wheelock Thayer, Daniel Andrews. 
Woodbury, Matthew Miner, Jr., Jeremiah Peck. 

MIDDLESEX COUNTY. 

Middletown, Elijah Paddock, Samuel Russell. 
Chatham, David Williams, Nathaniel C. Smith. 
Durham, Samuel Tibballs, Charles Robinson. 
East Haddam, Timothy Greene, Gideon Higgins. 
Iladdam, Charles Arnold, Simon Shailor. 
Killingworth, Luther Hull, David Dibble, Jr. 
Saybrook, Samuel Ingham, Joel Pratt. 

TOLLAND COUNTY. 

Tolland, Loren P. Waldo, Novatus Chapman. 

Bolton, Joseph Carver. 

Columbia, Ambrose Collins. 

Coventry, Martin Lyman, Alonzo W. Birge. 

Ellington, Benjamin Pinney. 

Hebron, Cyrus Mann, William Sumner. 

Mansfield, Joseph Conant, Seth Dunham. 

Vomers, Abiel Jones, William Wood. 

Stafford, Jasper Hyde, Gardner Cady. 

Union, Luther Crawford, David Lawson. 

Vernon, Samuel S. Talcott. 

Wellington, Daniel Glazier. 



Towns, 132. Representatives, 214 



3U JUDICIAL AND CIVIL 

Judicial and Civil Departments. 

Judges of the Superior Court. 
Hon. David Dagget, Chief Jud^e. 
Hon. John T. Peters, I Hon. Clark Bisscll, 

Tho's S. Williams, | Samuel Church. 

COUNTY OF HARTFORD. 

COUNTY COURT. 

Lorrain T. Pease, Esq. Chief Judge. 

Asso. Judges. Sam'l. H. Huntington, Ira E. Smith. 

Jared Griswold, Esq. Clerk and Treasurer, and 

Clerk of the Superior Court. 

Justices of the Peace. 

Hartford — John T. Peters, Thomas Day, Henry Sey- 
mour, Nathan Johnson, John M. Niles, Charles Sigoui- 
ney, Isaac Toucey, Cyprian Nichols, Gaius Lyman, 
Jeremiah Brown, Enoch Parsons, Samuel H. Hunting- 
ton, Jared Griswold, Henry Mix, Isaac Perkins, 
Charles Shepard, Joseph Pratt, Caleb Pond, William 
Hayden, Solomon Porter, Jesse Savage, Francis Par- 
sons, Eliphalet Averill, Charles M. Emerson, James M. 
Goodwin, Thomas C. Perkins, Henry Barnard, Philo 
A. Goodwin, Job Allyn, Denison Morgan, Samuel 
Belcher, Benjamin L. Rayner, John Stan wood, Nathan 
Seymour, Ebenezer Bevins, Daniel Sisson, Oliver C. 
Phelps, Jr., Horace Seymour. 

Avon — Amasa Woodford, Thomas T. Bishop, Oli- 
ver Tillotson, Allen Pinnney, Luther Woodford. 

Berlin — Daniel Dunbar, Luther Beckley, Benjamin 
Wilcox, Ira E. Smith, William Smith, Levi Barnes, 
Normand Winchell, Samuel Kelsey, Theron Osborn, 
Abijah Flagg. 

Bristol — Joel Truesdale, Jared W. Pardee, Charles 
G. Ive3, Tracy Peck, Henry A. Mitchell, George 
Welch, Avery Adkins. 

Burlington — William Marks, Gad Frisbie, Darius F. 
Butler. 



DEPARTMENT. 31 



Canton — Benjamin Weed, Jr., Decius Humphrey, 
Luther Higley, Isaac Mills, Loin Humphrey, Theodore 
Pettibone, Harvey Case. 

East Hartford — Samuel Brewer, Ozias Williams, 
Ozias Roberts, Isaac Lester, Giles Olmsted, Allen 
Stewart, George Pitkin, John Kennedy, John Porter, 
Martin Stanley, Martin Hills. 

East Windsor — Timothy Ellsworth, Horace Barber, 
William Barnes, Samuel Mills, Samuel Bartlett, Be- 
thuel Kinsley, Roderick King, Ebcnezcr Pinney, Jona- 
than Bartlett, Solomon Terry, Jr., Henry Watson, 
Frank Grant. 

Enfield — Lorrain T. Pease, Jabez Collins, Geer 
Terry, Henry Kingsbury, Ephraim P. Prudden, John 
Mason, Henry Thompson, George Allen, 3d. 

Farmington — Timothy Pitkin, Lemuel Whitman, 
Edward Hooker, Egbert Cowles, Henry Lewis, Jere- 
miah Hotchkiss, Joshua Youngs, George Marsh. 

Glastenbury — David E. Hubbard, Pardon Brown, 
Jeremiah Stocking, Jonathan Wells, George Covill, 
Henry Dayton, George Hale, George Merrick, Thad- 
deus Wells. 

Granby — Joab Griffin, Joel Holcomb, Horace Clark, 
Abner Case, Daniel Hayes, Cullen Hayes, Charles T. 
Hillyer, Anson Bates, Edmund Thompson. 

Hartland — Nathaniel Bosworth, Ezra Doolittle, Eli 
Wilder, Wyllis Wright, Asa Bushnell, Phelps Hum- 
phrey, Virgil Stebbins. 

Manchester — Ephraim Wyllys, William Cooley, John 
Mather, Joseph Noyes, George W. Cheeney, Norman 
Bulkley, Eleazar W. Hollister. 

Marlborough — Samuel F. Jones, Oliver Phelps, 
Puchard D. Gelston, George Foot, William W. Rich- 
mond. 

Simsbury — William Mather, Elisha Phelps, Asaph 
Tuller, John O. Pettibone, Dudley Humphrey, Ambose 
Adams, Moses Ensign, Lewis Dickenson, William 
Mitehelson, Shubael S. Hoskins. 

Southington — Roger Whittelsey, Franci3 W. Wil- 
cox, Asahel Newell, Cornelius B. Andrews, Isaac 
Shepard, James T, E. Andrews, John Wightman. 



32 JUDICIAL AND CIVIL 

Sutfield— Wm. Gay, Win. C. Gay, David Hale, 
Samuel Norris, Phinehas Hanchett, Levi Stanley, Ju- 
lius C. Sheldon, Thaddeus Lyman, David Hastings, 
Edward G. Word. 

Wethersfield — James L.Belden, Elias Francis, Elijah 
Keach, Joseph Hale, Selden Miner, Abraham Crane, 
Leonard C. Hubbard, Martin Kellogg, Robert Francis, 
Jr., Henry Bulkley, Archibald Robbins, Ebenezer 
Goodale. 

Windsor — James Loomis, Richard Niles, Oliver Fil- 
ley, James Newbury, Horace Birge, Wm. Alford, 
Henry Sill. 

Practising Attorneys. 
Isaac Toucy, Esq., State Attorney. 

Hartford — Nathaniel Terry, Hezekiah Huntington, 
Walter Mitchell, Thomas Huntington, Jr., Isaac Per- 
kins, Joseph Trumbull, Seth Terry, Nathan Johnson, 
John M. Niles, William Hungerford, Alfred Smith, 
William W. Ellsworth, Henry L. Ellsworth, A. A. 
Loomis, Charles Shepard, Isaac Toucey, O. E. Will- 
iams, Jared Griswold, Samuel H. Huntington, Thomas 
C. Perkins, Francis Parsons, Charles Chapman, Sam- 
uel H. Parsons, Erastus Smith, John B. Watson, 
Charles M. Emerson, Wm. R. Cone, Philo A. Good- 
win, James K. Holcomb. 

Berlin — Daniel Dunbar, Ira E. Smith, Sheldon Moore. 

Canton — Henry Nash. 

East Windsor — William Barnes. 

Enfield — William Dixon, Lorrain T. Pease. 

Farmington — Timothy Pitkin, Lemuel Whitman. 

Glastonbury — George Merrick. 

Granby — Grove Griswold, Silas Higley, Samuel H. 
Woodruff, Anson Bates, Edmund Holcomb. 

Manchester — Ralph R. Phelps, George W. Griswold. 

Simsbury — Elisha Phelps, Hector F. Phelps. 

Southington — Roger Whittlesey, Royal R. Hinman, 
Romeo Lowrey. 

Suffield— Wm. Gay, Seth Parsons, W. C. Gay. 

Wethersfield — Asher Robbins. 

Windsor — Richard G. Drake, H. K. Buckland. 
Jeremy Hoadley, Esq., Hartford, Sheriff 

Deputy Sheriffs — Hartford, Horace Wadsworth j 



DEPARTMENTS. 




Berlin, Erastus Sage ; Enfield, Gilbert Allen ; East- 
Windsor, Jesse Charlton ; Farmington, Thomas 
Cowles ; Glastenbury, Howel T. Horton ; Granby, 
David Latham ; Sufheld, Albert Kent ; Simsbury, Jef- 
fery O. Phelps, Rockwell Hoskins ; Windsor, Cicero 
Phelps. 

Chester Adams, Hartford, Jailer. 

NEW-HAVEN COUNTY. 

County Court. 

Noyes Darling, Esq. Chief Judge. 

Asso. Judges, Jared Bassett, William Hinman, Esq's. 

Joseph Darling, Esq., Treasurer. 

John Beach, Esq. Clerk, and Clerk of the 

Superior Court. 

Justices of the Peace, 

New-Haven — Nathan Smith, John Hunt, 2d, William 
Mix, R. I. Ingersoll, William W. Boardman, Dennis 
Kimberly, Anthony P. Sanford, Charles A. Ingersoll, 
Ebenezer Seeley, Joseph N. Clark, William Budington, 
Chancellor Kingsbury, William H. Ellis, John S. 
Mitchell, Lent Bishop, James Punderford, John Beach, 
James Barnes, John Scarret, Noyes Darling, Silas Mix, 
J. H. Townsend, N. I. Booth, Amos Baker. 

Bethany — Ezra Kimberly, A. A. Perkins, Adonijah 
French, Alvan Sperry, Eliakim Smith. 

Branford — Chandler Barker, William Tyler, Levi 
Bradley, Orrin D. Squire. 

Cheshire— Burrage Beach, Reuben W. Roys, John 
A. Foot, Benjamin Ives, Silas Hitchcock, Titus L. 
Gaylord, Alfred Doolittle, James Beach, E. A. Corn- 
wall. 

Derby — Russell Hitchcock, John T. Wheeler, Bennet 
Lum, Sheldon Smith, Leman Chatfield, I. J. Gilbert, 
Ira L. UrTord, Wm. Humphrey, Alfred Blackman. 

East Haven — De Grasse Maltby, Bela Farnham, Wil- 
lis Hemingway, James Williams, Jacob Smith. 

Guilford — David S. Fowler, Reuben Elliott, Timothy 
Btone, William Spencer, Henry Elliott, Abel Rossiter* 
3 



34 JUDICIAL AND CIVIL. 

George Griswold, Richard Fowler, George Landon, 
George Hart, Samuel Scranton. 

Hamden — Russel Pierpont, Jared Basset, Ambrose 
T uttle, Alfred Basset, James M. Ford, Roderick Kim- 
berly. 

Madison — John F. Meigs, William Blatchley, Na- 
than Hopson, Reynold Webb, Jesse Crampton, Zebu- 
Ion Hale, Walter P. Monger, Samuel L. Blachley, 
John R. Wilcox. 

Meriden — Benajah Andrews, Titus Ives, Asahel 
Merriman, Noah Pomeroy, Ashbel Griswold. 

Middlebury — Nathaniel Richardson, James D. Woos- * 
ter, Leonard Bronson, William Bron son. 

Milford — William Strong, Jonathan Clark, Abijah 
Carrington, Samuel B. Gunn, Wm. Durand, Jr. 

North Haven — Justus Bishop, Daniel Pierpont, 
Jacob Bassett, Jesse Brockett, Isaac Stiles, Hubbard 
Barnes. 

Orange — Ichabod A. Woodruff, Jonas F. Merwin, 
Solomon Johnson, Lyman Prindle, Nehemiah Kim- 
berly, Josiah M. Colburn. 

Oxford — Levi Candee, Samuel Meigs, Noah Stone, 
Samuel Wire, Wait Basset, Hiram Osborne, John A. 
Coe. 

Prospect — Samuel Peck, Andrew Smith, Samuel 
Williams, Jr., Wm. Mix, Lorin Preston. 

Southbury — William Hinman, John Mosely, Gideon 
Judson, John Pierce, Ebenezer Johnson, David Bradley, 
Edward Hinman, Elliott Beardslee, Charles Edmund, 
Benjamin B. Osborn, Daniel Hinman, Henry Downs. 

Wallingford — Amos Dutton, Malachi Cook, Ira 
Yale, William Marks, John D. Reynolds, James Car- 
rington, Russel Hall, AlonzoB. Chapin, Ira Tuttle. 

Waterbury — Ashley Scott, Timothy Porter, Joel 
Hinman, Elisha S. Abernethy, Moses Hull, Daniel 
Steele, Jr., Anson Sperry, Elias Ford, Robinson S. 
Hinman, Giles Hotchkiss, Letson Terrill. 

Woodbridge — Mark Sperry, John Northrop, William 
Clark, Henry Hickox. 

Wolcott— Archibald Miner, Orin Plumb, David 
Frisbie. 



DEPARTMENTS. 3} 

Practising Attorneys. 
Nathan Smith Esq., State Attorney. 

New-Haven — Simeon Baldwin, Nathan Smith, 
Ralph I. Ingersoll, John Beach, Roger S. Baldwin, 
Samuel I. Hitchcock, Dennis Kimberly, Charles A. In* 
gersoll, Wm. W. Boardman, Ebenezer Sceley, Isaac 
H. Townsend, Henry E. Peck, Ammi Harrison, Henry 
White, Silas Mix, Henry C.Flagg, Wm. B. Bristoll, 
Wm. P. N. Fitzgerald. 

Cheshire — Burrage Beach, 

Derby — Ira L. Ufford, John L. Tomlinson, Alfred 
Blackman. 

Guilford— Ralph D. Smith. 1 ' > 1 V O 1 ft 

Meriden— Benajah Andrews. -*- r ~'"*- r ^-L<-* 

Milford — David B. Ingersoll, Josiah W. Fowler. 

Southbury. — Edward Hinman. 

Wallingford — Alonzo B. Chapin. 

Waterbury — E. S. Abernethy, Joel Hinman, R. S. 
Hinman, Bennet Bronson. 

Charles H. Pond, Esq., New-Haven, Sheriff. 

Deputy Sheriffs— Erastus Osborn, Willis F. Colt, 
New-Haven. Samuel Yale, Meriden. Nathan J. 
Wilcoxson, Oxford. Leander Parmelee, Wallingford. 
Reuben Stone, Guilford. Orrin Hotchkiss, Waterbury. 
William Peck, Cheshire. Treat Bradley, Derby. 
Samuel W. Chilsop, Jailer. 



NEW-LONDON COUNTY, 



County Court. 

Coddington Billings, Esq. Chief Judge. 

Asso. Judges, Wm. Randall, Alexander Stewart, Esq's. 

John Dewit, Esq. Clerk of the Superior and 

County Cou.it. 

Joseph Williams, Esq. Treasurer. 

Justices of the Peace. 
New-London — Jacob B. Gurley, Coddington Bil- 
lings, Jirah Isham, Thomas Mussey, Thomas S. 
Perkins, Anson Smith, Samuel Green, Wm. F. Brain- 
ard, John P. Trott, Abel T. Sizer, John French, Sabin 
K. Smith, Increase Wilson, Thomas Lewis. 



36 JUDICIAL AND CIVIL 

Norwich — James Lanman, Joseph Williams, James 
Stedman, John Hyde, Eleazer Rogers, George Hill, 
Roswell Morgan, Eber Backus, Isaac Story, AsaRoath, 
Lewis Hyde, John H, Townsend, John A. Rockwell, 
Erastus Coit, Henry Strong, Elisha Tracy, Jesse Ful- 
ler, Asa Child, Wm, H, Law, PeterLanman, Charles 
Thomas, George Perkins, Alfred Lee. 

Bozrah— Gardner Avery, William Whiting, Ezra La- 
throp, Elijah Huntington, William Kelley, David Aus- 
tin Fox. 

Colchester— Benajmin Trumbull, Samuel A. Peters, 
Amaziah Brainard, Artema3 Worthington, Avery Mor- 
gan, Amherst D. Scovell, Samuel Kellog, Joseph 
Day, Joseph Staples, Samuel Bridges. 

Franklin — Darius Frink, Comfort D. Fillmore, Henry 
Hazen, Joseph Kingsley, Burrell Woodworth. 

Griswold — Welcome A. Browning, Alex. Stewart, 
Elisha Patridge, Nathan Stanton, Thomas Stewart, 
John W. Fanning, Samuel C. Morgan, Elisha Prentice, 
Whiler Brown. 

Groton — Ralph Hurlbut, Amos A. Niles, Roswell 
Fish, John Brewster, John Spicer, William Williams, 
Rodman Niles, Nathan Daboll, Joseph Durfey, W r m. 
M.Williams, James Geer, George Ayer, Elisha Haley, 
Elisha Morgan. 

Lebanon — Wm. T. Williams, Peleg Thomas, Jr., 
Asahel Dewy, Thomas Babcock, Charles Abel, Deni- 
son Wattles, Elisha Waterman, Caleb Hayward, Timo- 
thy Williams, Jesse Wright, Thoma3 I. Kingsley, 
Julius Clark. 

Lisbon^ — Freeman Tracy, Joseph L. Lyon, Russel 
Rose, John Gray, Ebenezer Allen, Bucklin Matthew- 
son, Lester Hyde, Levi P. Rowland. 

Lyme — Joel Loomis, Peter Comstock, Henry M. 
Waite, Joshua R. Warren, Richard E Selden, Jr., John 
S. Rogers, Charles Griswold, Wm. Noyes, Jr., Charles 
J. McCurdy, Zebulon Brockway, Jr., Joseph Strick- 
land, AVilliam Marvin, John L. Smith, Oliver Raymond, 
Marshfield S. Parker, George Ransom, Sylvester Cham- 
pion. 



DEPARTMENTS. 37 



Montville — Stephen G. Thatcher, Hazard Browning, 
m Sherwood Raymond, William Raymond, Caleb Lyon, 
Giles Turner, Nicholas Bishop, Thomas YV. Strickland, 
Robert Comstock. 

North-Stonington — Chester Smith, David Coats, La- 
tham Hull, Phillip Gray, Step. Main, Amos Hull, Ezrj), 
Hewit, Thomas H. Hewit, RusselBentley, I. P. Parks, 
Henry Babcock, Henry Chcseborough, Sam'l Browning, 
Oliver Hewit, Latham H. Browning, Tho's P. Wattles- 
Preston — Stephen Meech, Robert L. Avery, Elisha 
Brewster, Henry Palmer, George Giddings, Isaac Gal- 
lup, Asa A. Gore, Jonas Ayer, Henry f-Jerskell, Thos. 
W. Gay, Breed Brown, John B. Crary, Joseph Tyler. 

Salem — Shubael Parks, Vine Stoddard, Henry Perkins, 
Ebenezer A. Packer, Richard Tiffany, David Patten, 
John C. Daniels, Nathan Minard. 

Stonington — William Randall, William Robinson, 
George Hubbard, Joseph Noyes, Elias Brown, Gurdon 
Trumbull, Asa Fish, Benjamin Pomeroy, Alexander 
G« Smith, Samuel F. Denison, Elisha Faxon Jr., John 
Davis. Stephen Babcock, Henry Harding, Samuel 
Wheeler, Paul Babcock, John D. Noyes. 

Waterford — Griswold Avery, Jonathan Comstock, 
Edward R. Warren, James Rogers, David Rogers, 
Gurdon T. Chappell, John Dwyer, Isaiah Rogers, 
Richard R. Morgan, Rouse B. Browning. 



Practising Attorneys. 
Ji-rah Isham, Esq., State Attorney. 

New-London — Lyman Law, Wm. P. Cleaveland, 
Coddington Billings, Jacob B. Gurley, Jirah Isham, 
Wm. F. Brainard,Thomas S. PerkinSjWm.JP. Cleave- 
land, Jr. 

Norwich—Calvin Goddard, James Lanman, John 
Hyde, Joseph Williams, James Stedman, George Hill, 
Roswell Morgan, Henry Strong, Asa Child, John A. 
Rockwell, George B. Ripley, Wm. H. Law, Alfred 
Lee, George Perkins. 

Colchester— Benjamin Trumbull, Samuel A, Peters, 
Amherst D. Scovell. 



3 8 JUDICIAL AND CIVIL 

Griswold — Samuel C. Morgan. 

Lebanon — Wm. T. Williams, Denison Wattles. 

Lyme — Henry M. Waite, Charles Griswold, Charlei 
J. M'Curdy. 

Stonington — George Hubbard, Alexander G. Smith 
Elias Brown, Benjamin Pomeroy. 

Simeon Smith, Esq. New-London, Sheriff. 

Deputy Sheriffs — Burrel Lathrop, Norwich. New 
hall Tainter, Colchester. Stephen Hailey, Groton 
Lodowick Bill, Lyme. David Baldwin, Preston. Join 
W. Hull, Stonington. 

Jailers — Champlin Lester, New-London. Augustu: 
Hyde^Norwich. 



FAIRFIELD COUNTY. 

County Court. 

John Q.. Wilson, Esq. Chief Judge, 

Asso. Judges, Zalmon Wildman, Benjamin Isaacs. 

Jeremiah Sturges, Esq., Treasurer. 

Thomas B. Osborne, Esq. Clerk, and Clerk of th« 

Superior Court. 

Justices of the Peace. 

Fairfield — David Hill, Jeremiah Sturges, Eliphale 
Swift, Thomas B. Osborn, John GL. Wilson, Waite; 
Thorp, Ebenezer Jessup, Peter Wyncoop, Alva Gray 
Abel Beers, Hull Bradley, I. C. Loomis, Thomas Rob 
in son, John S. Wilson, John G. Allen, David Coor 
ley, 2nd., Stephen Lounsbury, Jr. 

Danbury — Zadock Stevens, Oliver Shepard, Davie 
Foot, John S. Blackman, Reuben Booth, Abraharr 
Stow, Edward Taylor, Russel Hoyt, Thomas T. Whit- 
tlesey, Sturges Selleck, T. B. Hickox, Zalmon Wild- 
man, Benjamin Hoyt. 

Bridgeport — Benjamin S. Smith, Fitch Wheeler, A, 
Hamlin, Joseph Backus, Mark Moore, P. A. Cannon. 
W. Stillman, Isaac Sherman, Benjamin Brooks, Josiah 
Hubbell, Samuel Stratton. 



DEPARTMENTS. 39 

Brookfield — Eli RuggleB, Wait S. Northrop. Bryant 
Smith, Zalmon Goodsell, Henry Ruggles John Haw ley, 
Benjamin Hawley. 

Darien — Jonathan Bates, Holly Bell, Jesse Whiting, 
Abraham Clark, Joseph Mather Jr., Stephen Smith. 

Greenwich — Joshua Ferris, Samuel Close, Gilbert 
Close, James Smith, Stephen Waring, Abraham H. 
Close. 

Huntington — HezekiahMarks, Donald Judson, Lem- 
uel Beardslee, Daniel Bennet, Thaddeus Beardslee, Jr. 

Monroe — Abel French, Truman Peck, Samuel 
Wheeler, Charles Curtiss, Cyrus A. Beardslee, Agur 
Lewis, Lyman Wakelee, Stephen Middlebrook, Eli L. 
Hawley. 

New-Canaan — Sam'l Raymond, J.B. Benedict, W r atts 
Comstock, Joseph Silliman. . 

New T -Fairfield — David Lane, Jabez Treadwell, David 
Barnum, John O. Beardslee, Jesse Scudder, Levi Ste- 
vens. 

Newtown — Samuel C. Blackman, Lanson Birch, 
Jacob Beers, Benjamin Hard, Henry Dutton, David 
H. Belden, George Bradley, Samuel Fairchild, Daniel 
Blackman, Adoniram Fairchild, Elijah Sanford, D. V. 
B. Baldwin. 

Norwalk — Henry Belden, Benjamin Isaacs, Clark 
Bissell, Thaddeus Betts, Seth Taylor, Samuel B. War- 
ren, Charles W. Taylor, David Roberts, Timothy T. 
Merwin, David C. Sanford, Algernon E. Beard, Noah 
Wilcox, John Gray. 

Reading — Gershom Sherwood, Wm. Sanford, Aaron 
Sanford, Jr., EbenezerHill, Jonathan R. Sanford, Jared 
Olmsted, T. B. Fanton, T. B. Reed, John Meeker. 

Ridgefield — Lot Forrester, Harvey Smith, Elias 
Birchard, Thaddeus Keeler, 2nd., Hezekiah Scott, G. 
N. Benedict, Keeler Douchy, Z. Jones, Daniel Banks. 

Stamford~-Simeon H. Miner, Daniel Lockwood, 
Charles Hawley, Theodore Davenport, Smith R. Sibley, 
Seymour Jarvis, Joshua B. Ferris, John W. Leeds, 
John Dean, N. D. Haight. 

Stratford — Daniel Judson, David Brooks, Josiah Gor- 
ham, Elijah Booth', Isaac P. Booth, Judson Peck, Jr., 
Stephen Booth, Huntington Tomlinson, Eli W. Lewis. 



40 JUDICIAL AND CIVIL 

Sherman — Eli Beardsley, James A. Giddings, Levi 
Northrop, Abraham Briggs, Philo S. Woodin. 

Trumbull — Elihu Beach, Elijah Middlebrook, Daniel 
Wakelee, Samuel Beardslee, David Beach, David Haw- 
ley, Ali Brinsmade, Elam Hawley. 

Weston — Harvey Hubbell, Peter Silliman, Walket 
Sherwood, Isaac Bennet, Calvin Wheeler, Stephen 
Wheeler, Oliver C. Sandford, Simeon Fanton, Ward 
Nichols, Wolsey Nichols, Bradford Winton, James 
Seeley. 

Wilton — Erastus Sturges, Hawley Olmsted, George 
Mead, James F, Chapman, Samuel Scott. 

Practising Attorneys. 

Simeon H. Miner, State Attorney. 

Fairfield — Roger M. Sherman, Samuel B. Sherwood, 
Samuel Rowland, Eliphalct Swift, Thomas B. Osborn. 

Bridgeport — A. Hamlin, Fitch Wheeler, M. Moore* 
Joseph Backus, Joseph Wood. 

Brookfield — Bryant Smith. 

Danbury— Matthew B.Whittlesey, Thomas T.Whit- 
tlesey, Reuben Booth, Edward Taylor. 

Monroe — Cyrus H. Beardslee. 

Newtown — Samuel C. Blackman, Henry Dutton, 
David H. Belden. 

Norwalk— Thaddeus Betts, Timothy T. Merwin. 

Stamford — Simeon H. Miner, Charles Hawley, Josh- 
ua B. Ferris, Wm. H. Holly. 

Stratford — Robert Fairchild. 



Abraham D. Baldwin, Esq., Sheriff, Danbury. 
Deputy Sheriffs — Daniel Burr, Fairfield. Philo Hurd, 
Bridgeport. Aaron Seeley, Danbury. Harvey Lum, 
Monroe. Theophilus Nichols, Newtown. Charles 
Isaacs, Norwalk. Davis Lockwood, Stamford. Hull 
Goodyear, Redding. Moses Burr, Weston. 

Jailers — Jesse Crofut, Danbury. George Peck, 
Fairfield. 



DEPARTMENTS . 41 



WINDHAM COUNTY. 

County Court. 

Joseph Eaton, Esq., Chief Judge. 

Associate Judges, Ebenezer Griffin, David Chase. 

Armin Bolles, Esq., Clerk, and Clerk of the Superior 

Court. 

Vine Robinson, Esq., Treasurer. 

Justices of the Peace, 
Brooklyn. Vine Robinson, A. White. Uriel Fullar* 
Jonathan A. Welch, Daniel P. Tyler, Armin Bolles, 
Dennison Cady, Herbert Williams, BelaP. Spalding. 

Ashford. Thomas Dow, Daniel Knowlton, Lev! 
Work, Michael Richmond, Nathan Hay ward, Ichabod 
BuJkley, Amasa Lyon, Calvin Whitney, Edward S. 
Keyes, John Warren. Isaac Kendal, James B. Palmer. 
Canterbury. Andrew T. Judson, Peter Morse, 
Walter Williams, Rufus Johnson, Jr., Rufus Adams, 
Chester Lyon, Comfort S. Hyde, Daniel Packer, Asael 
Bacon, Solomon Payne, Ebenezer Sanger, Charles 
Adams, John Francis, James Cary. 

Chaplin. Origin Bennet, James Clark, Luther Ripw 
ley, John Clark, William Martin, Thomas Martin. 

Hampton. Charles Mouiton,C - F. Cleaveland, Ebe- 
nezer Burnham, Ebenezer Griffin, Philip Pearl, Jr., 
Mason Cleveland, Jesse Burnham, Hezekiah Hammond, 
Ebenezer Greenslet, Royal Copeland. 

Killingly. Ebenezer Young, Luther Warren, David 
C hase, Arba Covil, John Dixon, Thomas Durfee, Wm, 
Alexander, George Warren, Alexander Thompson, 
Joseph Adams, Jr., Thomas Backus, Daniel Brown, 
Isaac T. Hutchins, Jedediah Lewis. 

Plainfield. Joseph Eaton, John Dunlap, Sessions 
Lester, Erastus Lester, Jonathan GofT, George Mid- 
dleton, Amos Witter, Daniel Hill, James Crary, Francis 
B. Johnson, Daniel Wheeler, Benjamin Bacon, Allen 
Harrris. 

Pomfret. John Holbrook, George Sharpe, Thomas 
M. Grosvenor, Job Williams, William James, Chauncey 



42 JUDICIAL AND CIVIL 

Fenton, Eliakim W. Sessions, John Williams, Georgel 
Cady, Robert D. Sharp. 

Sterling. — Azel Cole, Benjamin Dow. Jeremiah S.I 
Fuller, John Gallup Henry C. Call, Andrew Young,! 
Nathaniel Gallup. | 

Thompson. George Lamed, Simeon Davis, John' 
Nichols, Jonathan Nichols, Stephen Holmes, Talcott 
Crosby, John Bates, Jr., Jesse Ormsby, FaxonNichols, 
John I. Green, George H. Middleton. 

Voluntown. Daniel Keigwin, Joseph Wiley, Daniel 
Staunton, Avery Kinnee,Elisha Potter, VT. C. Staunton, 
Joel Kinnee, Gershom Palmer. 

Windham. John Baldwin Samuel Perkins, Abner 
Robinson, Edwards Clarke, Henry Huntington, George 
S. Catlin, Thomas Gray, S towel Lincoln. Joel W. 
White, Benjamin W r ebb, Henry Hall, Amos D. Allen, 
Calvin Hibbard, David L. Fuller, A. A. Walker, Alfred 
Hows, Jairus Littlefield. 

Woodstock. John M'Clellen, Ebenezer Stoddard, 
John Paine, William Bowen, Abraham W Paine, Lu- 
ther R,awson, Jonathan May, Wheeler Phillips. John F. 
W'illiams, Rodney Martin, Ezra Child, James Lamson, 
Henry Welle. 

Practising Attorneys. 
Chauncey F. Cleaveland, Esq., State Attorney. 

Brooklyn. John Parish, J. A. Welch, Uriel Fuller, 
Daniel P. Tyler. 

Ashford. Ichabod Bulkley, Jared D. Richmond. 

Canterbury Andrew T. Judson, Rufus Adams. 

Hampton. Chauncey F. Cleaveland, Lafayette S. 
Foster. 

Killingly. Ebenezer Young, Thomas Backus. 

Plainfield. Francis B. Johnson, Wm. Dyer. 

Pomfret. John Holbrook. 

Thompson. George Larned, Simon Davis, George 
H. Middleton. 

Windham. John Baldwin, George S. Catlin, Henry 
Huntington, Samuel Perkins, Edward Clarke, Thomas 
Gray, Calvin Hebard. 

Woodstock. John M'Clellen, Ebenezer Stoddard, 
John F. Williams. 



DEPARTMENTS. 43 



Roger Coit, Esq., Ashford, Sheriff. 
Deputy Sheriffs. Brooklyn, Samuel Webb. Hamp- 
ton, Edward S. Moseley. Plainficld, George Cady. 
Thompson, Hczekiah Olney. Windham, Henry Webb. 

Pascal P. Tyler, Brooklyn, Jailer. 



LITCHFIELD COUNTY. 

County Court. 

David S. Boardman, Esq., Chief Judge. 

Asso. Judges, Wm. M. Burrall,Morris WoodruffjEsq'rS. 

Frederick Wolcott, Esq. Clerk, and Clerk of the 

Superior Court. 

(X S. Seymour, Esq. Asst. Clerk of the County Court. 

Abel Catlin, Esq. Treasurer. 

Justices of the Peace. 

Litchfield — Frederick Wolcott, Asa Bacon, Levi Cat- 
lin, Phineas Miner, Morris Woodruff, Seth P. Beers, 
Jabez W. Huntington, Jonathan Buell, Elihu Harrison, 
Enos Stoddard, Hugh P. Welch, Truman Smith, Jo- 
seph Birge, Joseph Adams, Origen S. Seymour, Asa 
Hopkins, Truman Kilbourn, Leonard Goodwin, Geo. 
C. Woodruff, Stephen Deming. 

Barkhamstead — Amos Beecher, Samuel Monson, 
Leister Loomis, Anson Wheeler, Jesse Ives, Mather 
Allen, Launcelot Phelps, Hiram Goodwin. 

Bethlem — Jos. H. Bellamy, Nathan Hawley, Nathan 
Jackson, Leavitt Judd, David Bird. 

Canaan — Wm. M. Burrall, Wm. Holabird, James 
Fenn, Leman Church, Reuben Hunt, Moses Benedict, 
Wm. P. Burrall, Joshua Raymond, John Elmore, Jr. 

Colebrook — Reuben Rockwell Seth Marshall, Sam- 
uel Whiiford, Author Howell. 

Cornwall — George Wheaton, Samuel Hopkins, Pe- 
ter Bierce, Philo Kellogg, James Wads worth, Benja- 
min Sedgwick, Anson Rogers. 

Goshen — Truman Starr, Erastus Lyman, Augustus 
Miles, Eber Bailey, Birdsey Baldwin, Nelson Brewster, 
Jonathan North, Asaph Hall, Charles Lewis, Benja- 
min Roberts, Norman Norton. 



44 JUDICIAL AKD CIVIL 

Harwinton — Noah Welton, Benajah Hayden, Gay- 
lord Welles, Jacob O. Catlin, Sheldon Osborne. 

Kent— Nathaniel P. Perry, John Mills, Nathan SIos- 
son, Birdsey Beardslee, Alpheus Fuller, Lewis Mills, 
Garrit Winegar, Frederick Chittenden,Zacheriah Win- 
egar, Wells Beardslee, Hubbell Miller. 

New-Hartford— Roger Mills, Wm. G. Williams, 
Isaac Kellogg, Asa Goodwin, Andrew Abernethy, Ja's 
D. Thorp, Wait Thorp, Wait Garrit, Elijah Merrill, 
Thomas Watson. 

New-Milford — David S. Boardman, Perry Smith, Jo>* 
el Sanford, Homer Boardman, Eli Todd, Stephen Crane, 
Benjamin B. Soule, Nathaniel Perry, Curtis Morris, 
David Burr, Truman Richmond, Joel W. Northrop, 
Orange Warner, Albert N. Gay lord. 

Norfolk— Joseph Battell, Michael F. Mills, Joseph 
Riggs, Edmund Brown, Bushnell Knapp, E. G. Law- 
rence, Amos Pettibone, Erastus Smith, A. A. Pease, 
Anson Norton. 

Plymouth — Calvin Butler, Ransom Blakeslee,Chaurs. 
Cey Warner, Eli Potter, Edward Blakeslee, Elijah War- 
ner, Jr. 

Roxbury — Josiah R.Eastraan,Royal R. Hinman, Ja's 
Trowbridge, Wm. Pearce, Isaac Leavenworth, Stephen 
Sanford. 

Salisbury — Elisha Sterling, Lot Norton, Martin 
Strong, Eliphalet Whittlesey, Samuel Church, Newman 
Holley, John G. Mitchell, Philander Wheeler, Wm. 
G. Sterling. 

Sharon— Cyrus Swan, Ansel Sterling, Samuel E. 
Everett, Samuel Roberts, Horatio Smith, Israel Camp, 
Stephen Heath, Charles F. Sedgwick, Ebenezer Black- 
man. 

Torrington — Wm. Battell, Erastus Hodges, Russell 
C. Abernethy, Griswold Woodward, Barzillai Hudson, 
Demas Coe, George D. Wadhams. 

Warren — Sherman Hartwell, George Starr, Dan 
Carter, Sherman Buckingham, Benoni P. Beardsley. 

Washington — Curtis Hickox, Youngs Elliott, Ensign 
Bushnell, Daniel B. Brinsmade, Alvin Brown, Freder- 
ick J. Fenn, Charles A. Judson, William Odel, Nathan 
Newton. 



DEPARTMENTS. 45 



Watertown — Holbrook Curtiss, Benjamin Deforest, 
John Buckingham, James Skilton, Ebenezer Bates, 
Nathaniel Woodruff, Cyrus B. Manville. 

Winchester — Joseph Miller, James Beebe, Luman 
Wakefield, Isaac Bronson, Truman S. Wetmore, Wm. 
S. Hollabird, John Boyd, Chester Soper, Alva Nash, 
Gideon Hall, Wm. S. Marsh, Luman Hubbell. 

Woodbury — Charles B. Phelps, Jesse miner, Mat- 
thew Miner, Jr. Gideon B. Botsford, John Strong, Jr. 
Treat Camp, Daniel Bacon, Joel Pierce, Sam'l Steele. 

Practising Attorneys. 
Leman Church, Esq., State Attorney, 

Litchfield. Asa Bacon, Phineas Miner, Seth P. 
Beers, Jabez W. Huntington, Truman Smith, George 
C. Woodruff, Origen S. Seymour. 

Barkhamstead. Hiram Goodwin. 

Bethlem. Joseph H. Bellamy. 

Canaan, Leman Chureh, John Elmore, Jr. Wm. P. 
Burrall. 

Cornwall. George Wheaton. 

Goshen. Birdsey Baldwin, Nelson Brewster. 

Kent. Nathaniel P. Perry, Frederick Chittenden, 

New-Hartford. Roger Mills, Wm, G. Williams. 

New-Milford. Perry Smith, David S. Boardman, 
Nathaniel Perry, S. D. Orton, David C. Sanford. 

Norfolk. Michael F. Mills. 

Plymouth. Calvin Butler. 

Roxbury. Royal R. Hinman, Isaac Leavenworth, 

Salisbury. Philander Wheeler, John G. Mitchel, 
John H. Hubbard. 

Sharon. Cyrus Swan, Ansel Sterling, Charles P. 
Sedgwick, Ebenezer Blackman, Richard Smith. 

Washington, Frederick J. Fenn. 

Watertown. Holbrook Curtiss. 

Winchester. Joseph Miller, William S. Hollabird, 
John Boyd. 

Woodbury. Matthew Miner, jr. Charley B. Phejpe, 
John Strong, jr. 



46 JUDICIAL AND CIVIL 

Ozias Seymour, Sheriff, Litchfield. 
Deputy Sheriffs — Ozias Lewis, Litchfield. Philo G. 
Mills, Kent. Tertius Wadsworth, New-Hartford. — 
Oliver W. Pickett, New-Milford. John S. Warner, 
Plymouth. Henry S. Norton, Salisbury. Harry Lock- 
wood, Sharon. Peter W. Powell, "Washington. — 

Judd, Woodbury. Thomas Curtiss, Norfolk. Chaun 
cey Hosford, Canaan. 

Albert Sedgwick, Litchfield, Jailer. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY. 

County Court. 

Eli Warner, Esq. Chief Judge 

Abso. Judges, P. G. Comstock, George Carter, Esq'rs. 

John Fisk, Esq. Clerk, Treasurer, and Clerk of 

the Superior Court. 

Wm. H. Fisk, Esq. Assistant Clerk of Superior and 

County Courts. 

Justices of the Peace. 

Middletown. Daniel J. Griswold, Josiah Savage, 
George W. Stanley, Elisha Treat, Augustus Cook, 
William L. Storrs, Elisha Coe, Eli Wilcox, Samuel 
Cooper, Jonathan Barnes, Jedediah Wilcox, Launcelot 
C. Bradley, Wm. Williams, Gilbert Burrows, Stillman 
K. Wightman, Thomas Atkins, Joseph Coe, Timothy 
Savage, Alexander Sage, Henry L. De Koven, Wil- 
liam Plumb, 2d. 

Haddam. Samuel Ai nold, Jonathan Usher, Eli War- 
ner, Cherles Arnold, Hezekiah Scovil, Smith Clark, 
Russell Shailor, Elias Selden, Lyman E. Burr, Simon 
Hazleton, James Brainard. 

Chatham. Samuel Hall, Guy Cooper, Philip Sage, 
Abel Lewis, Selden Cook, Daniel Penfield, Horace 
Foot, Noah Brooks, F. G. Comstock, Nathaniel C. 
Smith, Amasa Carrier, Elijah Clark, Diodate B. West, 

Durham. Worthington G. Chauncey, Lemuel 
Camp, Samuel Tibballs, Asahel Strong, John White, 
T. Coe, Asher Robinson, 



DEPARTMENTS. 47 



East Haddam. Josiah Griffin, Russel Dutton, Oli- 
ver Greene, Aaron C. Palmer, Thoma3 C. Boardman, 
Ozias Holmes, Wm. Palmer, John C. Palmer, Elipha- 
let A. Bulkley, Stephen Cone, Noah Bulkley, Isaac 
Chester. 

Killingworth. Austin Olcott, Benj. Hurd, Jedediah 
Harris, George Carter, Elisha Kelsey, Leonard Davis, 
Jeremiah Hull, David P. Kelsey, David Wright, David 
Dibble, Nathan Griswold. 

Saybrook. Wm. Lynde, George Pratt, Samuel 
Carter, John Bushnell, Samuel Ingham, Ezra S. Math- 
er, George Read, Joshua L'Hommedieu, William Bull, 
I Jedediah Post, Richard P. Williams, Oliver Norris, 
I Socrates Denison. 

Practising Attorneys. 
Samuel Ingham, Esq. State Attorney. 

Middletown. Stephen T. Hosmer, Geo. W. Stan- 
ley, Elijah Hubbard, Chauncey Whittlesey, Jonathan 
Barnes, Wm. L. Storrs, Samuel D. Hubbard, Isaac 
Webb, Stillman K. Wightman, Ebenezer Jackson, jr. 
Charles C. Tyler, Thomas G. Mather, Samuel W. 
Griswold, Alfred Hall. 

Haddam. Eli Warner, Lynus Parmelee, Smith 
Clark. 

Chatham. Horace Foot. 

East Haddam. N. L. Foster, Eliphalet A. Bulkely, 
John C. Palmer. 

Saybrook. Samuel Ingham, Stephen W. Starkey. 

Linus Coe, Esq. Middletown, Sheriff. 

Deputy Sheriffs. Middletown, Nelson Coe. Had* 
dam, Ezekiel S. Clark. Chatham, Ebenezer Smith. 
East-Haddam, William Marsh. Killingworth, Charles 
Stevens. Saybrook, William H. Lynde. 

Jailers. Harvey Trcadway, Middletown. Noah 
Clark, Haddara. 



49 JUDICIA L AND CIVIL 

TOLLAND COUNTY. 

County Court. 

Asa Willey, Esq. Chief Judge. 

Asso. Judges, Eliphalet Young, Abner Hendee, Esq's. 

Novatus Chapman, Esq. Clerk of the Superior and 

County Courts. 

Joseph Howard, Esq. Treasurer. 

Justices of the Peace. 
\ Tolland. Calvin Willey, Eliphalet Young, Jeremi- 
ah Parish, George M. Hyde, Loren P. Waldo, John 
Warren, Carlos Chapman, Ezra Chapman* 

Bolton. Jabez L. White, jr. Ebenezer Strong, Jo- 
eeph Carver, Chester C. Strickland, Isaac Keeney, jr. 

Columbia. Gershom Dorrence, Samuel Little, Am- 
herst Scovell, Silas Fuller, Asahel Clark, Daniel Hol- 
brook, Alpheus Kingsley, jr. 

Coventry. Cephas Brigham, Zelotes Long, Calvin 
Manning, Don F. Brigham, Joseph Dow, Alonzo W. 
Birge, Elisha Sprague, Cyril Case. 

Ellington. Asa Willey, Robert Hyde, Benjamin 
Pinney, Oliver W. Steele, John H. Brockway, Elisha 
Frink, Asa Manly, Calvin Pease. 

Hebron. Peyton R. Gilbert, Wm. Brown, Leonard 
Hendee, Abner Hendee, Judah Porter, Ralph Gilbert, 
John Graves, Israel E. Hutchinson, W 7 m. Latham,Reu- 
ben Mann. 

Mansfield. Zalmon Storrs, Luther Kingsley, John 
Fitch, Seth Dunham, James Conant, Thomas Clark, 
Cordial S. Hovey, John Martin, Charles Thompson. 

Somcrs. Walter R. Kibbe, Oliver Chapin, 2d. Icha- 
bod Mudge, Aholiab Johnson, S. Parsons, J. Phillips. 

Stafford. R. Woodworth, Amos Harvey, N. Sibley, 
R. Leonard, Z. Winter, I. F. Cady, Gardner Cady, Or- 
eon W r ood, W r illiam Field. 

Union. Augustus Moore, Luther Crawford, John 
Crawford. 

Vernon. Oliver H. King, L. P. Tinker, Francis 
McLean, Samuel S. Talcott. 



DEPARTMENTS. — COURTS OF PROBATE. 49 

Willington. Daniel Glazier, John J. Moulton, Oli- 
ver Holt, Origen Dimock, Ariel Eldredgo. 

Practising Attorneys. 
John Fitch, Esq. State Attorney. 
Tolland. Calvin Willey, Jeremiah Parish, Ehsha 
Stearns, Loren P. Waldo. 
Bolton. Saul Alvord. 
Columbia. Asahrl Clark. 
Ellington, John H. Brockway, Eli Johnson. 
Hebron Ralph Gilbert, A.G. Porter. 
Mansfield. John Fitch. 

Somers. Walter R. Kibbe, Aholiab Johnson. 
Stafford. Rodolphus Woodworth, Stewart Beebe. 

Hiram Rider, Esq. Willington, Sheriff, 
Deputy Sheriffs. Samuel Kent, Tolland. Daniel 
Kimball, jr. Ellington. Simon House, Hebron, Har- 
vey Clark, Mansfield. Calvin Fisk, Stafford. 
Joseph Burnham, jr. Jailer. 

COUKTS ©F FKOBATE. 



Districts. Judges. Clerks. 

Hartford, Isaac Perkins, Henry Belden. 

Berlin, Ira E. Smith, 

Bristol, Henry A. Mitchell,Tracy Peck. 

East-Windsor, Samuel A. Mills, Edgar Bissell. 

Enfield, Lorrain T, Pease, Win. Dixon. 

Farmington, Lemuel Whitman, Henry Nash. 

Granby, Joab Griffin, J. R. Jewett. 

Simsbury, John O. Pettibone, 

Southington, Francis W. WilcoxJ. Wightman. 

Suffield, Luther Loomis, Oliver Pease. 

New-Haven, Cha's A. Ingersoll,A. P. Sanford. 

Cheshire, Silas Hitchcock, C. Peck. 

Guilford, Reuben Elliott, George Griswold. 

Milford, Wm. >trong, 

Wallingford, John D. Reynolds, Randall Cook. 

Waterbury JoelHinman, Israel Holmes. 

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50 



COURTS OF PROBATE. 



New-London, 
Norwich, 

Colchester, 

Lebanon, 

Lyme, 

Stonington, 

Fairfield, 

Danbury, 

Newtown, 

Nor walk,' 

Stamford, 

Stratford, 

Weston, 

Brooklyn, 

Ashford, 

Killingly, 

Plainfield, 

Pomfi et, 

Thompson, 

Voluntown, 

Windham, 

Woodstock, 

Litchfield. 

Kent, 

New- Hartford, 

New-Milford, 

Norfolk, 

Plymouth, 

Sharon, 

Washington, 

Woodbury, 

Middle to writ, 

Chatham, 

East- H add am, 

Haddam, 

Say brook, 

Tolland, 

Ellington, 

Stafford, 

Hebron, 

ManfiSekl, 



Wm. Wattles. 
J. R. Warren. 
Nathan Daboih 
D. Hill, jr. 
Edward Taylor- 
Charles Isaacs- 
Sam'l Lockwood 
Roswell Mitchell.. 



B. C. Simons. 
David Chase. 
John J. Gordoa. 



John P. Trott, Jirah Isham. 

John Hyde, Burrell Lathrop. 

Benj. Trumbull, 

D. Wattles, 

Joel Loomis, 

Asa Fish, 

David Hill, 

Reuben Booth, 

S. C. Blackman, 

Benjamin Isaacs, 

Charles Hawley, 

Mark Moore, 

Bradford Winton, 

Bela >palding, 

Ichabod Bulkley, 

Tho's Hack us, jr. 

Joseph Eaton, 

Tho's M.Grosvenor 

John Nichols, 

Kinne Gallup, 

C.F.Cleveland, Thomas Gray. 

John Paine, George Bowles* 

Frederick Wolcott, 

Nath. P. Perry, Philo G. Mills. 

Launcelot. Phelps, Nathaniel Gray, 

Perry Smith, 

Mich. F. Mills, Nathan Prestoa. 

Calvin Butler, 

Wm. M. Hurrall, A. C. Peet 

Dan'l B. Brinsmaid, 

Charles B. Phelps, John Fisk. 

S. K Wightman, 

Ira, Lee, 

Stephen Cone, B. M. TrumbuK * 

Charles Arnold, Eli Warner. 

Samuel Ingham, Ulysses Mather 

Jeremiah Parish, 

Benjamin Pinney, Moses. B. Bull.. 

R. Woodworth, Calvin Fisk. 

Abner Hendee, Cyrus Mann, 

Luther Kingsley. 



NOTARIES PUBLIC. 51 

i ■.■■■■■■■■■■■■ ■■ mmmgt — ■■ ■■■_i»n 

Notaries Public. 

Hartford — Hezekiah Huntington, Walter Mitch- 
ell, Joseph Trumbull, Isaac Perkins, Henry L. EJI3- 
worth, Nathan Johnson, Samuel H. Parsons, Samuei 
Huntington. 

Berlin — Ira E. Smith. 
Granhy — Anson Bates. 

Windsor — Samuel Woodruff, James Loomis. 
New-Haven — Dyer White, Leonard A. Daggett, C. 
A. Ingersoll, Sherman Croswell, John M. Edwards. 
Bristol— Menry A. Mitchell 
•Cheshire, Barrage Beach. 
Derby — John L. Tomlinson. 
Guilford— William Todd. 
Wallingford — A. B. Chapin. 

New-London — Lyman Law, Ebenezer Learned* 
W. F. Brainard, W. P. Cleaveland. Jr., E. P. Dutton. 

Norwich — James Lanman, James Stedman, Joseph 
Williams, Henry Strong, George Hill, J. A. Rockwell, 
W. H. Law, Asa Child. 

Colchester — Amherst D. Scovell. 
Griswold — Thomas Stewart, Samuel C. Morgan, 
Groton — John Hudson. 
Lebanon — Win. T. Williams. 
Lyme — Henry M. Wait, Charles GriswohL 
Preston — Asher P. Brown. 

Stonington — Alexander G. Smith, George Hubbard^, 
Elias Brown, Francis Amy. 
Waterford — Isaiah Rogers. 
Danbury — Daniel A. Cook, Russel Hoyt. 
Bridgeport — Joseph Backus, Daniel Sterling, Joseph 
Wood, Alanson Hamlin, Mark Moore. 

Norwalk — Clark Bissell, Benjamin Isaars, Thaddeue 
Betts, E. M. Morgan. 

Ridgefield — Thaddeus Keeler, 2nd. 

Stamford — Charles Hawley. 

Stratford — Daniel Judson. 

Brooklyn — John Parish, Adams White, Jn 

Chaplin— Walter GoodelL 



52 COMMISSIONERS ON TURNPIKE ROADS. 

Windham — Samuel Perkins. 

Woodstock — John MeClellan. 

Litchfield — Frederick Wolcott, Seth P, Becr» ? 
David C. Sanford, Origin S. Seymour. 

Canaan — Wm. P. Burrell. 

New-Milford — David S. Boardman. 

Salisbury — Elisha Sterling. 

Middletown— Stephen T. Hosmer, G. W. Stanley, 
Jonathan Barnes, Chauncey Whittlesey, Stillman K. 
Wightman, Samuel W. Griswold. 

Haddam — Linus Parmelee. 

East-Haddam — N. L. Foster, Eliphalet A. Bulkley. 

Saybrook, (Essex Borough) — Samuel Ingham. 

Tolland — Loren P. Waldo. 

Hebron — Abner Hendee. 



Commissioners 

ON TURNPIKE ROADS, BRIDGES, FERRIES, ETC. 

[Appointed by the Senate — May, 1833.] 



ON TURNPIKE ROADS. 

1. Boston. Zelotes Long, Thomas M. Grosvenor. 

2. Bridgeport and Newtown. Abijah Merritt, James 

B. Fairman. 

3. Centre. Ichabod Corbin, Gurdon Manning. 

4. Chatham and Marlborough. Daniel Burrows, John 

Stewart. 

5. Cheshire. Lemuel Whitman, Charles H. Pond. 

6. Chester and North Killingworth. Samuel Webb, 

Joshua L'Hommedieu. 

7. Colchester and Chatham. Daniel Burrows, Benja- 

min Trumbull. 

8. Colchester and Norwich. Samuel A. Peters, 

Lewi3 Hyde. 

9. Columbia. John Graves, Zachariah Cone. 

10. Connecticut. Jeremiah Sturges, Charles Hawley. 

11. Cornwall and Warren. Peter Pierce, Chauncey 

Hosford. 

12. Cornwall and Washington. Matthew Logan, 

William Odlc. 



COMMISSIONERS ON TURNPIKE ROADS. 53 

13. Canaan and Litchfield. Win. M. Burrell, Abel 

Catlin. 

14. Connecticut and Rhode-Island. Ichabod Bulkley, 

John Williams. 

15. Danbury and Ridgefield. Stephen Hoyt, Russei 

Hoyt. 
10. Durham and East Guilford. Daniel Burrows, Reu- 
ben Elliot. 

17. East Haddam and Colchester. Charles Daniels, 

Lodowick Bill. 

18. East Middle. Charles G. Ives, James Bishop. 

19. Essex. Daniel Griswold, John Bushnell. 

20. Farmington River. Lent Benham, Abiram Cham- 

berlin. 

21. Fairfield, Reading and Weston. Abel Hoyt, Thud- 

deus B. Reed. 

22. Fair-Haven. Charles H. Pond, Charles Stern*. 

23. Goshen and Sharon. John H. Collins, Cyrus H. 

Blinn. 

24. Granby. Zacheus Hays, Harry McLean. 

25. Green Woods. Chester Soper, James Shepard. 

26. Groton and Stonington. Amos Gallup, John A. 

Fulton. 

27. Guilford and Durham. George Griswold, Richard 

Robinson. 
29- Hartford and New-Haven. Charles H. Pond, 
Luther Beckley. 

29. Hartford and New-London. Thaddeus Welte, 

AbnerHendee. 

30. Hartford, Tolland, Windham and New-London 

Counties. Leonard Hendee, Stephen Tracy. 

31. Hartford and Tolland. Orrin Holt, Wm. Cooley. 

32. Hebron and Middle Haddam. John Stewart, 

George Gillett. 

33. Humphreysville and Salem. James D. Woostar, 

Samuel Wire. 

34. Housatonic. Ezekiel Gillet, John Peck. 

35. Huntington. Abraham D. Baldwin, Philo Basseti, 

36. Killingworth and Haddam. David Spencer. Luthe* 

Hull 



54 COMMISSIONERS ON TURNPIKE KGABS* 

37. Litchfield and Cornwall. Lewis Peck, Joseph 

Adams. 

38. Litchfield and Harwinton. Jonathan Roseter, 

Joseph Adams. 

39. Litchfield and New-Milford. Selah Richmond. 

Samuel P. Bolles. 

40. Middlesex. Jedediah Post, Selden Miner. 

41. Middletown and Berlin. Daniel Burrows, Richard 

Wilcox. 

42. Middletown and Durham. Richard Robinson,, 

Wm. Mix. 

43. Middletown and Meriden* Noah Pomeroy, Daniel 

Burrows. 
44 Mohigan. Peter Comstock, Adam Larrabee. 

45. Monroe and Zoar Bridge. Jacob Beers. Abraham 

D. Baldwin. 

46. Moosup. Samuel L, Hough, Elisha L. Fuller. 

47. New-Milford and Roxbury. Selah Richmond, 

Wm. Taylor. 

48. Norwich and ^alern. John W. Kinny, Matthias 

W. Baker. 

49. New- Haven and Derby. Alexander Harrison? 

Samuel Wire. 

50. New-Haven and Milford. William Durand Jr., 

Grinley Harrison. 

51. New-London and Lyme. Samuel Green, John S„ 

Rogers- 

52. New-London and Windham Counties. Joseph 

Eaton, Chester Lyon. 

53. New-Milford and Sherman. Lyman Hine, Leti 

Leach. 

54. New-Preste»n. f-'ilas Camp.Wilmant c perry, 

55. Northfield. David Sanford, Andrew Comstock, 

56. Norwalk and Danbury. Erastus : turges. I. H*. 

Seeley. 

57. Norwalk and Newtown. Abm. D. Baldwin, Ja- 

cob Beers. 

58. Norwich andWoodstock. Sam'l Welch, Step. Fitch. 

59. Oxford. Samuel Wire. John Peck. 

6a Petti paug and Guilford. Humphrey Williams,. 
George Griswold. 



COMMISSIONERS ON TURNPIKE ROADS. IKi 

61. Pine's Bridge. Hiram Osborne, John Buckingham. 

62. Providence. Benjamin E. Palmer, Thomas Backus. 

63. Rimmon Falls. Erastus Osborn, - amuel Wire. 

64. Salem and Hamburg. Felix Starkey, Samuel S. 

Warner. 

65. Sharon and Cornwall. Peter Bierce, Joseph 

Adams. 

66. Sympaug. J. H. Seeley, Erastus Sturges. 

67. Shetucket. Wilson A. Browning, Win. Kink- 

ball, Jr. 

68. Stafford Mineral Springs. Orrin Holt, John Work. 

69. Still River. Joseph Miller, Launcelot Phelps. 

70. Southington and Waterbury. JoelHinman, Elisha 

S. A be rn a thy. 

71. Sandybrook. Hiram Goodwin, Ezra Doolittle. 

72. Straits. Charles H. Pond, Morris Woodruff 

73. Sugar Hollow. Erastus Sturges, James F. Chap- 

man. 

74. Talcott Mountain. Ja's Goodwin, Luther Higby. 

75. Thompson. John J. Pran, Wm. Fisher. 

76. Tolland County. Ira Johnson. Marvin Knowlton. 

77. Torrington. Jonathan Buel, Phineas Lord. 

78. Tolland and Mansfield. Calvin Manning, Orrin 

Holt. 

79. Washington. Nathan Preston, Wm. Odle. 

80. Windham and Coventry. Walter Williams, Isaac 

Kinne. 

81. Windham and Mansfield. Lucius Abbee, William 

Rice. 

82. West Middle. Samuel Steele, Daniel Martin. 

83. Windham and Brooklyn. Vine Robinson, John 

Webb, jr. 

84. W r aterbury River. Elijah Warren, jr., R.S.Hinniaa. 

85. Wolcottville. Uriel Tuttle, Hoi ace Higley. 

86. Weston. 

87. Wells Hollow. Abraham D. Baldwin, Joseph 

Shelton. 

88. Warren. D. S. Boardman, Wm. M. BurreiL 

89. Branch. Donald Judson, Isaac Bennet. 



56 COMMISSIONERS ON BRIDGES, FERRIES. 

ON BRIDGES. 

1. Niantic. Josiah Man warring, Wm. F. Brainard. 

2. Hartford. Eliphalet Averill, Samuel Mills, John 

Mather. 

3. Norwich and Preston. Erastus Coit, Elias Brown, 

Jonathan Brewster. 

4. Mystic. Stephen Haley, Jesse D, Noyes. 

5. Tomlinson's. Orrin D. Squires, Daniel Brown. 

6. Bridgeport. David Brooks, Josiah Gorham. 

7. Washington. Charles H. Pond, Enoch Foote. 

8. Leavenworth's. Augur Lewis, Ezekiel Gilbert. 

9. Zoar. Newton Tuttle, Samuel Wheeler. 

10. Bennett's. Jacob Beers, Anson Bray. 

11. Hawley's. Wait S. Northrop, Bryant Smith. 

12. New-Milford. Benjamin B. Soule, Albert Gaylord. 

13. Bull's Falls. Benjamin B. Soule, Albert Gaylord. 

14. Pratt's. Benjamin B. S ule, Albert Gaylord. 

15. Fuller's. Benjamin B. Soule, Albert Gaylord. 

16. Union. Henry Beers, Daniel Ilinman. 

17. Edmand's. Abel Hine, Selah Richmond. 



ON FERRIES. 

1. Derby Ferry, at the Narrows. Alexander Harri- 

son, Samuel Meigs. 

2. New-London Ferry. Albert Latham, Stephen 

Haley. 

3. Gale's. Sherwood Raymond, Guy C. Stoddard. 

4. Chapman's. William R. Clark, Ambrose Webb. 

5. Warner's. Zebulon Brockway, Jr., John Shipman. 

6. Higganum. Noah Brooks, Mason Holmes. 

7. East Haddam. Orrimel P. Wright, J. L'Homme- 

dieu. 

8. Middle-Haddam Landing. William Nott, Hunt- 

ington Selden. 

9. Essex. John Bushnell, Daniel Griswold. 

10. Rocky Hill. Robert Hunt. Henry Bulkley. 

11. Pratt's. Thaddeus Welles, Leonard R. Welle3. 

12. King's. Jabez Collins, Apollus Fuller. 

13. East Windsor, at the mouth of the Scantic*River. 

henry Watson, 



COMMISSIONERS. 57 

14. East Windsor, at Warehouse-Point. Calvin Chap- 

man, Horace Bir^e. 

15. Enfield and Surfield, or Lovejoy's. Jabez Collins, 

Apollos Fuller. 

16. Saybrook. Ferry. Samuel Carter.. Charles C. Gris- 

wold. 

17. Haddam-Island. Noah Brooks, Charles Arnold. 



COMMISSIONERS ON THE UNION COMPANY CONNECTICUT 
RIVER. 

Lemuel White, Samuel Fuller, Henry Barnard. 

COMMISSIONERS ON THAMES RIVER. 

[Appointed by the Governor.] 
Ebenezer Huntington, Richard Law, Denison Palmer. 

COMMISSIONERS ON FARMINGTON CANAL. 

Simeon Baldwin, William Mosely. George Cowles, 
Jonathan O. Pettibone, Roger Mills. 

COMMISSIONERS ON THE NEW-YORK AND STONING TON 
RAIL ROAD. 

Isaiah Rogers, Samuel Green, Elisha Haley, 

COMMISSIONERS ON THE WORKS OF THE CONNECTICUT 
RIVER COMPANY. 

John S. Peters, Martin Welles, Calvin VVilley, 

DIRECTORS OF CONNECTICUT STATE PRISON. 

Samuel H. Huntington, Joseph Pratt, William. M, 

Board man. 

Warden. — Amos Pilsbury. 

The Commissioners to equalize the Assessment List 
for the State, are the Treasurer and Comptroller for the 
tijpe being. 



58 COMMISSIONERS APPOINTED BY THE GOVERNOR, 



COMMISSIONERS, APPOINTED BY THE GOVERNOR 

Of Connecticut, to take the acknowledgment of deeds, 
&c. and depositions, in the respective States, where 
they reside. 

Vermont. 

Boston, Massachusetts. 

Bristol, Rhode-Island. 

Providence, Rhode-Island. 



Seth Terry, 
Francis Brinley, jr. 
John R. Richmond, 
William H. Smith, 
William H. Maxwell/ 
Edwin Burr, 
John Bissell, 
William Gracie, 
Henry A. Lambert, 
William Watson, jr. 
Branford R. Wood, 
John J. Hinman, 
Benning Mann, 
George Gould, 
Selah B. Treat, 
Cyrus P. Smith, 
Edward E. Law, 
George Webb, 
Joseph Watson, 
Ebenezer Jessup, 
William S. Perkins, 
Solomon P. Chase, 
John M. Sterling, 
George W. Erving. 
Appleton Downer, 
Gurdon Deming, 
Charles S. Henry, 
Henry Daggett, 
John Slidell, 



New- York City. 



Albany, New-York. 
Utica, New- York. 
Sydney, Del. Co. N. York* 
Troy, New-York. 
Yates Co. New- York. 
Brooklyn, Long-Island. 
Philadelphia,Pennsylvania, 
Baltimore, Maryland. 
District of Columbia. 
Huron County, Ohio. 
Painsville, Ohio. 
Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Cleaveland, Ohio- 
Vincennes, Ohio. 
Zanesville, Ohio. 
Fayettville,North-CaroIina~ 
Savannah, Georgia. 
Mobile, Alabama. 
New-Orleans, Louisiana. 



SURVEYORS. — CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICTS. 50 

SURVEYORS OF CONNECTICUT. 



George Gillet, Esq. Surveyor General. 
Deputy Surveyors. 
County of Hartford. — Nathaniel Goodwin, Hartford. 
County of New-Haven — Noyes Darling, Woodbridgc, 
County of New-London — Moses Warren, Lyme. 
County of Fairfield — Benjamin Hoyt, Danbury. 
County of Windham — Jonathan Nichols, Thompson. 
County of Litchfield — Wm. M Burrall, Canaan. 
County of Middlesex — Edwin F.Johnson,Middletown. ' 

J- —*" — ■■■■li m n ■iiiiwiw ■■— 

Congressional Districts. 

This State is divided into six districts for the choice of 

Representatives to the Congress of the United States ; 

each district to be entiled to one Representative, viz : 
District No. 1. Consists of the County of Hartford. 

No. 2. County of New-Haven, and the towns of 
Ray brook, Middletown, Haddam, Killingworth and 
Durham. 

No. 3. County of New-London, and the towns of 
Chatham and East-Haddam. 

No. 4. County of Fairfield. 

No. 5. County of Litchfield. 

No. 6. Counties of Windham and Tolland. 
Extract from the Law. 

Sec 2. At the annual meeting of the electors of this 
State, lift this State, in April, one thousand eight hun- 
dred and thirty-five, and biennially thereafter, the elec- 
tors, qualified by law to vote for town Representatives, 
shall be called upon, by the presiding officer, to bring 
in their ballots, for one person to be a representative 
from this State in the Congress of the United States, 
for the district in which the town where such meeting is 
held, is situated ; which person ballotted for shall be- 
long to and reside in the district in which he shall be 
balloted for, as aforesaid. And each elector, present at 
«mch meeting, and qualified as aforesaid, may thereupon 



60 SENATORIAL DISTRICTS. 

bring in his ballot or suffrage, for such person as he 
shall choose to be a Representative from this State in 
the Congress of the United States, for the district in 
which the town where such meeting is held, is situate, 
with his name fairly expressed on a piece of paper. — 
The person having the highest number of votes shall 
be declared duly elected for such district. And the 
votes so given in, shall be received, counted, returned, 
canvassed and declared, in the manner now provided 
by law for the choice of Representatives for this State 
in the Congress of the United States. 

Sec. 3. When any vacancy shall happen in the rep- 
resentation of the people of this State in the Congress 
of the United States, in any district aforesaid, the Gov- 
ernor of this State, for the time being, shall make out 
writs of election, under his hand, directed to either con- 
stable of the respective towns in such vacant district, 
ordering a choice to fill such vacancy, and cause them 
to be conveyed to the sheriff or sheriffs m such district, 
who shall proceed with the same in all respects as is 
provided in the act of which this is an alteration ; and 
the proceedings in furtherance and in consequence of 
such writs of election, shall be the same as is provided 
in said act : and all the provisions of said act, of which 
this is an alteration, as relate to the filling of any vacan- 
cy in the Congress of the United State, shall be pursu- 
ed and followed in the event of any writs of election as 
aforesaid, in all respects, except as the same may, in 
this act, be altered or limited. 

[ The duties of the presiding officer, at the meeting 
of the electors, are the same as in the choice of State 
Senators.] 

SENATORIAL DISTRICTS. 

District No. 1. Consists of the Towns of Hartford, 
Wethersfield, Berlin and Southington. 

No. 2. Enfield, Sufneld, East- Windsor, East-Hart- 
ford, Glastenbury, Marlborough and Manchester. 

No. 3. Hartland, Granby, Simsbury, Windsor, Can« 
ton, Farmington, Bristol, Burlington and Avon. 



SENATORIAL DISTRICTS. 61 



No. 4. Ncw-Havcn, Hamden, Milford, Orange and 
North-Haven. 

No. 5. Vfoodbridge, Derby, Oxford, Southbury, 
Middlebury, Waterbury, Prospect and Wolcott. 

No. 6. East-Haven, Cheshire, Meriden, Walling* 
ford, Branford, Guilford, Madison and North-Branford. 

No. 7. New-London, Groton, Stonington and Wa- 
terford. 

No. 8. Norwich, North-Stonington, Preston, Gris- 
wold, Lisbon and Franklin. 

No. 9. Lyme, Colchester, Lebanon, Montville, Sa- 
lem and Bozrah. 

No. 10. Fairfield, Bridgeport, Stratford, Hunting- 
ton, Weston, Trumbull and Monroe. 

No. 11. Danbury, Ridgeficld, Reading, Newtown, 
Brookfield, New-Fairfield and Sherman. 

No. 12. Norwalk, Darien, Stamford, Greenwich, 
New T Canaan and Wilton. 

No. 13. Brooklyn, Canterbury, Hampton, Plain- 
field, Sterling, Voluntown, Windham and Chaplin. 

No. 14. Ashford, Killingly, Pomfret, Thompson 
and Woodstock. 

No. 1 5. Litchfield, Harwinton, New-Hartford, Tor- 
rington, Winchester, Barkhampstead, and Colehrook. 

No. 16. New-Milford, Warren, Washington, Rox- 
bury, Bethlem, Woodbridge, Watertown, and Plymouth. 

No. 17. Salisbury, Canaan, Norfolk, Sharon, Corn- 
wall, Goshen and Kent. 

No. 18. Middletown, Durham and Chatham. 

No. 19. Haddam, East-Haddam, Killingworth and 
Say brook. 

No. 20. Tolland, Ellington, Somers, Stafford, Un- 
ion and Willington. 

No. 21. Bolton, Cofentry, Columbia, Mansfield, 
Hebron and Vernon. 

Extract from the District Law. 
Sec. 3. The presiding officers in the meetings of 
the electors, in the respective towns in this State, shall 
make oath to the certificates of the votes for Senators in 
the General Assembly, as follows, to wit : 



*W MEDICAL SOCIETY. 



" At a meeting of the electors in the town of - 



legally warned and held on the first Monday of April,! 

A. D. , the following persons received the numbeil 

of votes annexed to their names respectively, for a Sen-1 
a tor in the next General Assembly of this State, for! 

District number , 

Names. | Number of votes in words 

at full length. 
Duplicate list of votes for Senator, certified by 

A. B. Presiding Officer." 
Sec. 4. The presiding officers, in making out said 
certified lists, shall insert the number of votes in words 
at full length. 

Sec. 5. The superscription on each of said certifi- 
cates to be returned to the Secretary of this State, shall 
be as follows, to wit : 

" To the Secretary of this State. 

" Votes of the Electors of the town of , for a 

Senator for District number , taken and sealed up 

by Aj B. Presiding Officer." 



Connecticut Medical Society* 

At the annual meeting of the President and Fellows of 
the Connecticut Medical Society, held at Hartford, 
in May, 1833, the following Officers were chosen for 
the ensuing year. 

William Buel, m. d., President. 

Thomas Mixer, m. d., Vice-President. 

Joseph Palmer, m. d., Treasurer. 

Charles Hooker, m. d., Secretary. 

Standing Committees. 

Committee of Examination. — Silas Fuller, M. & f , 
Luther Ticknor, m. d., Archibald Mercer, m, d., Wm. 
S. Pierson, m. d., Thomas Miner, m. d. 

Committee to nominate Professors in the Medical in- 
stitution. — Eli Todd, m. d., Joseph Palmer, m. d., Dyer 
T.Brainard, m. d., George Sumner, m. d., Silas Ful- 
ler, M. D. 



MKDIGVL SOCIETY. 



Committee to nominate Physician of the Retreat for 
the Insane. — Thomas Hubbard, m, d., Eli Ives, m. d . 
John S. Peters, m. d., William Buel, m. d., Samuel 
Carter, m. d. 

FELLOWS. 

Hartford County — Wm. S. Pierson, George Sumner, 
Hiram Watson, Denison H. Hubbard, * Horatio Grid- 
ley. 

New-Haven County. — Isaac Goodsell, Jeremiah T. 
Denison, Lyman Parker, Nathan B« Ives, Wvllb 
Woodruff. 

New-London County. — Dyer T. Brainard, George 
E, Palmer, Nathaniel S. Perkins, *B. F. Stoddard, 
*R. A. Majiwaring. 

Fairfield County— Elijah Middlebrook, *Geo. Black- 
man, Rufus Blakeman, James Baldwin, * Lloyd Seeley. 

Windham County — William A. Brewster, Harvey 
Campbell, Wm. Grosvenor, Wm. Hutchins, Charles 
T. Morse. 

Litchfield County — Samuel Buel, Garry II. Miner, 
Theodore C. Hurd, Caleb Ticknor, *Samuel W. Gold. 

Middlesex County — Thomas Miner, * Asa M. Holt, 
* Caleb H. Austin. 

Tolland Countyr-Silas Fuller, Earl Swift, Oliver K. 
Isham. 



Clerks of the Counties. 
Hartford County. — vv illiam O. Loomis. 
New-Haven do. Nathan B. Ives. 
New-London do. Thomas P. Wattles. 
Fairfield do. John Tomlinson. 

Windham do. James B. Whitcomb. 
Litchfield do. Josiah G. Beck with. 
Middlesex do. Ira Hutchinson. 
Tolland do. Ahijah Ladd. 

The Society consists of 363 members ; 27 not taxable. 

* Those gentlemen marked with a star, have not 
ihe degree of M, D. 



64 CITIES. 

INCORPORATED CITIES. 

HARTFORD. 

Thomas S. Williams, Mayor. 
Aldermen. 
Nathan Johnson, I Jesse Savage, 
Henry Seymour, | Samuel Tudor. 
William Whitman, Clerk of City Court. 
Common Council — Henry Waterman, Chauncey 
Barnard, Truman Hanks, Frederick Oaks, Daniel Bur- 
gess, Henry Barnard, Asahel Saunders, Nathan Mor- 
gan, Roderick Terry, Thomas C. Perkins, Allen S. 
Stillman, Richard Bigelow, Charles H. Northam, E. B, 
Stedman, George Putnam, Edward P. Cooke, James 
Goodwin, Jr., Charles Weeks, Charles Sheldon, Asher 
W. Roberts. 

Treasurer — Nathaniel Goodwin. 
Clerk — William Conner. 
Auditor — Elisha Dodd. 

Sheriffs — Benjamin Hastings, Horace Wadsworth. 
City Court held on the first Monday in each month. 
Annual Meeting 3d Monday in April. 



NEW-HAVEN. 

Notes Darling, Mayor. 

David Kimberly, I Benjamin Beecher, 
Caleb Brintnall, | Sidney Hull. 

Common Council — John Babcock, L. Bishop, Lever- 
ett Griswold, William Dwight, Smith Tuttle, Joseph 
Fairchild, J. H. Townsend, James English, Frederick 
Lines, Alfred Daggett, Isaac Bradley, Noble Towner. 

Treasurer — John Fitch. 

Clerk — Elisha Munson. 

Attorney — Charles A. Ingcrsoll. 

Collector — Justin Redfield. 

Sheriffs — Sheldon Hotchkiss, Samuel Rowland, Jr. 



CITIES. 65 

NE W.LONDON. 

Coddington Billings, Mayor. 
Aldermen. 
Anson Smith, I Henry Douglass, 
John A. Fulton, | Adam Frink. 

Common Council. — Joseph Lawrence, Daniel B. 
Hempstead, Leonard H. Bulkeley, Win. Tate, jr. Ja's 
B. Lyman. 

Clerk — Henry Douglass. 

Agent and Attorney — Wm. F. Brainard. 

Treasurer — John A. Fulton. 

Sheriffs — Isaac Treby, Jonathan Chapel! . 

City Court held on the 1st Monday in each month.-— 
Annual meeting 2d Monday in June. 



NOR WI C H. 



James Lanman, Mayor. 
Aldermen, 
John De Witt, I Roswell Morgan, 

Amos H. Hubbard, | George Hill. 

Common Council — Newcoml/ Kinney. Jed'h Hunt- 
ington, George Moore, Wm. |\ Eaton, John Prentice* 
Ichabod Ward, Jesse Fuller, Stephen Fitch, Rhoderic 
Rose, Thomas Robinson, Nathan Champlin, James S,. 
Clark. 

Clerk — Alexander Lathrop. 

Attorney — Asa Child. 

Treasurer — F. A, Perkins, 

Sheriffs — Frederick Prince, S. B. Hempstead. 

City Court held on the 2d Monday in each month. — 'i 
Annual meeting 1st Monday in June. 



66 CITIES. 

MIDDLETOWN. 

Elijah Hubbard, Mayor. 
Aldermen. 
Samuel Cooper, I Samuel D. Hubbard, 

Henry L. DeKoven, | Joseph Taylor, 
Common Council. — Timothy Savage, Horace Clark 
Jo3eph Warner, Asa Richardson, Ephraim Crofut,Cha', 
Dyer, Win. J. French, John L. Smith. 

John Fisk, City Clerk and Treasurer and Clerk o 
the City Court. 
Attorney— G. W. Stanley, 
Sheriffs — Harvy Treadway, Jacob Roberts. 
Auditors — Stephen Taylor, John L. Smith, Gile< 
M. Boardman. 

Annual Meeting 3d Monday in Jan'y. City Cour 
held 2d Tuesday in each month. 

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COLCHESTER. 

John Turner, Warden. 

Burgesses — Samuel Kellogg, Amherst D. Scovetl, 
Alfred B. Pierce, Julius S. Hammond, Frederick Mor- 
gan, Hazard Knowles. 

Clerk — Ezekiel W. Parsons. 

Treasurer— E. M. Worthington. 

Bailiff— John C. Bulkeley. 



STONINGTON. 

George Hubbard, Warden, 

Burgesses — Samuel F. Denison, Gurdon Trumbull, 
George E. Palmer, Ephraim Williams, Wm. H. Wood- 
bridge, Charles T. Stanton. 

Clerk — Dudley M. Woodbridge. 

Treasurer — Francis Amy. 

Bailiff— Horace L. Niles. 



B0R0UGIT9. 67 



BRIDGEPORT. 

Philip A. Cannon, Warden. 
Burgesses. — Jesse Sterling, Thaddeus Hubbell, Jo- 
nah Hubbcll, David P. Minot, AbijahHawley, Sylvester 
May. 

ESSEX. 

Ezra S. Mather, Warden. ' 
Burgessess. — Samuel M. Hayden, Samuel Ingham, 

Timothy Stark ey, Felix Starkey, Amasa II ay den, 

Uriah Hayden. 

Clerk and Treasurer. — Samuel M. Hayden, Jr. 

GUILFORD. 

George Griswold, Warden. 

Burgesses. — Bela Stone, Edmund Weld, Charles El- 
liott, Frederick W. Fowler, Samuel Scranten, William 
Hall. 

Clerk. — George C. Griswold. 

Bailiff — Reuben Stone. 



KILLINGWORTH. 

Austin Olcott, Warden. 

Burgesses, — Eli A. Elliott, Jacob Stannard, Gideon 
Kelsey, David Dibble, Jr., Charles Stevens, Joseph 
Stannard. 

Treasurer. — Edward Wright. 

Bailiff. — Charles Stevens. 



NEWTOWN. 

Ebenezer Turner, Warden. 
Burgesses. — J. B. Fairman, Henry Dutton, Ziba 
Blakeley, Theophilus Nicholls, Charles Botsford, Roy- 
al Fairchild. 
Cierk and Treasurer. — Thomas r Blackman. 



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DANBURY. 

Eli T.Hoyt, Warden* 
Russel ttoyt, Ephraim Gregory, John C. Blackm 
John F. Beard, George W. Ives, Nathaniel Wood. 
Clerk. — Darius Starr. 
Bailiff.— Elias S. Sanford* 



STAMFORD, 

John W. Leeds, Warden. 
Burgesses — Wm. H. Holly, I. Gtuintard, Da 
Hoyt. 

Clerk. — Seymour Jarvis, 

WILLIMANTIC. 

Lorikg Carpenteh, Warden. 
Burgesses. — Wm* Witter, Asa Jillson, Samuel 
Hill, Horace Hall, Laban Chase, Oliver Kingsley. 
Clerk and Treasurer* — Newton Fitch. 
Bailiff.— S. Tracy. 

LITCHFIELD VILLAGE. 

William Buel, President 
Clerk.— Joseph Adams. 
Treasurer*— Phinehas Miner* 
Bailiff. — James C. Wadsworth* 



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BANKS. 75 

BAKKS IN CONNECTICUT. 



CONNECTICUT BRANCH OF THE UNITED 
STATES BANK, AT HARTFORD. 

Enoch Parsons, President. 
Joshua P. Burnham, Cashier. 
Directors. — Enoch Parsons, Harvey Seymour, Sam- 
uel L. Pitkin, Stephen Bulkley, Samuel Mather, Julius 
Catlin, Daniel Burgess, A. H. Pomroy. 

Samuel H. Parsons, Attorney for the Bank. 
Days of discount, Mondays and Thursdays. 
Hours of business, from 9 to 12 and from 2 to 4. 
Annual Election, in April. 

HARTFORD BANK, 

[Incorporated in 1792.] 

Joseph Trumbull, President. 
Henry A. Perkins, Cashier. 
Directors. — Joseph Trumbull, Robert Watkinson, 
D. Watkinson, Charles Goodwin, Roderick Terry, Dan- 
iel P. Hopkins, B. Hudson, M. W. Chapin, Hezekiah 
Huntington, Jr., Richard Bigelow,N. Morgan, Timothy 
Cowles. On the part of the State, Caleb Pond. 
Francis Parsons, Attorney for the Bank. 
Discount days, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. 
Annual meeting of the Stockholders, 2nd Thursday 
in Jitine. 

PHOENIX BANK. 

[Incorporated in 1814.] 
Charles Sigourney. President. 
George Beach, Cashier. 
Directors.— C. Sigourney, Henry Shepard, H. L. 
Porter, Ward Woodbridge, C. Nichols, E. P. Cooke, 
Elisha Peck. Eli Terry. On the part of the State, S. 
H. Huntington and S Porter. 

Walter Mitchell. Attorney for the Bank. 



70 BANKS. 

Discount days, Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. 
Annual Election, 1st Thursday in September. 
Dividends semi-annually, in March and September. 
Capital Stock, $1,213,000. 

Branch of the Phoenix Bank, at Litchfield. 

Asa Bacon, President. 
Charles Spencer, Cashier. 
Directors. — Samuel Buell, Origin S. Seymour, Sam- 
uel P. Bolles,Elisha Sterling, Jabez W. Huntington. 
Origin S. Seymour, Attorney for the Ba«k. 
Discount days, Mondays and Thursdays. 
Notes to be lodged before 12 o'clock. 

CONNECTICUT RIVER BANKING COM- 
PANY. 

Alfred Smith. President. 
Horatio Alden, Cashier. 
Directors. — Alfred Smith, Wm, H. Imlay, Daniel 
Buck, James H. Wells, Denison Morgan, Stephen 
Spencer, Silas B. Wildman, Joseph Church, Wm. J, 
Hamersley. 

Francis Parsons, Attorney for the Bank. 
Discount days, Mondays and Thursdays. 

FARMERS & MECHANICS' BANK. 

[Incorporated in 1833.] 

James Dodd, President. 
Abraham Halsey, Cashier. 
Thomas Belden, Joseph Pratt, Eliphalet Averill, Lm 
ther Loomis, Wm. S. Holabird, James T. Pratt, Job 
Allyn, Jeremiah Brown, Jesse Savage, Horace GoouV 
toon, 2nd., Albert Day, Miles C. Burt — Directors. 
Isaac Perkins, Attorney for the Bank. 
Discount days, Tuesdays and Fridays. 
Annual Meeting first Tuesday in May. 



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NEW-HAVEN BANK. 

Henry Denison, President. 
Amos Townsend, jr. Cashier. 
Directors — II. Denison, Titus Street, Isaac Town- 
send, Henry Trowbridge, Henry Huggins, Wm. Lyon, 
Roger S. Baldwin. Caleb Brintnall, on the part of the 
State. 

Discount days, Mondays and Saturdays. 
Hours of business, from 10 A. M. to 3 P. M. 
Annual meeting first Thursday in July. 
Capital Stock, $335,000. 

MECHANICS' BANK, NFW-HAVEN. 

^Eneas Munson, President. 
John Fitch, Cashier. 
Directors. — iEneas Munson, Dennis Kimberly, Jo* 
seph N. Clarke, Russell Hotchkiss, Ehhu Sanford, Ja'f 
Hunt, ; Aaron ^eley, Wm. H. Ellis, Caleb Mix. 
Discount days, Tuesdays and Fridays. 
Hours ofM>usiness, from 10 A. M. to 3 P. M. 
Annual meeting, first Monday in July. 
Capital Stock, $300,000. 

NEW-HAVEN CITY BANK. 

Charles Atwater, President. 

Nathaniel A. Bacon, Cashier. 
Directors — Charles Atwater, Samuel St. John, H.W, 
Edwards, Hervey Sanford, John H.Cooley, John Beach, 
Abraham Bradley, John Babcock. 

MERIDEN BANK. 

[Incorporated in 1833.] 

Ashbel Griswold, President. 

Directors — Ashbel Griswold, Elisha A. Cowles,Noah 

Pomeroy, Walter Booth, James, S, Brooks, Samuel 

Yale, John D. Reynolds, Stephen Taylor, Silas Mix. 

Capital Stock #100,000. 



78 BANKS. 

UNION BANK, NEW-LONDON. 

[Incorporated in 1792.] 
William P. Cleaveland, President. 
Ebenezer Learned, Cashier. 
Directors — Wm. P. Cleaveland, Jonathan Starr, 
Robert Coit, Jonathan Starr, jr. John O. Miner, Wm, 
P. Cleaveland, jr. Archibald Mercer, Wm. Williams, 
jr. Wm. Sterne, James Morgan, Edward Hallam, Al- 
fred White. 

Wm. P. Cleaveland, jr. Attorney for the Bank. 
Discount days, Tuesdays and Fridays. 
Hours of business from 10 to 12 A.M. & 2 to 4 P.M. 
Annual meeting, 1st Thursday in June. 
Capital stock $100,000. 

NEW-LONDON BANK. 

[Incorporated in 1807.] 

Jacob B. Gurlev, President. 
E. F. Dutton, Cashier. 
Directors — Jacob B. Gurley, Isaac Thompson, T. 
W.Williams, Noyes Barber, Ezra Chappell, Ralph 
Isham, Noyes Billings, Jonathan Coit, Anthony 
Thatcher, Jedediah Randall, Thomas S. Perkins, Ben- 
jamin Brown. 

Discount days, Tuesdays and Fridays. 
Hours of business,from 10 to 12 A.M. & 2 to 4 P.M. 
Annual meeting first Tuesday in July. 
Capital stock $150,000. 

WHALING BANK, NEW-LONDON 

[Incorporated in 1833.] 
Coddington Billings, President. 
Peter C. Turner, Cashier. 
Directors — Coddington Billings, Lyman Law, Joseph 
Lawrence, John Brandegee, Anson Smith, W. A. 



BANKS. 79 

Weaver, Abner Bassett, Sabin K. Smith, Adam Frink, 
Acors Barnes, Daniel B. Hempstead. 

Wm. F. Brainard, Attorney for the Bank. 

Discount days Mondays and Thursdays. 

Hours of business, from 10 to 12 A. M. and from 2 
to 4 P. M, 

Annual meeting first Monday in July. 
Capital stock $300,000." 

NORWICH BANK. 

Jabez Huntington, President. 
John N. Perkins, Cashier. 
Directors. — Jabez Huntington, John L. Buswell, 
Benjamin Coit, Jonathan G. W. Trumbull, Nathaniel 
Shipman, Joseph Huntington, Jedediah Huntington, 
James Treat, John Isham, Jacob Witter Kinney, Will- 
iam A. Buckingham. 

Joseph Williams, Attorney to the Bank. 
Annual Meeting in June. 
Dividends in January and July. 

Capital Stock, $200,000. 

THAMES BANK. 

William P. Green, President. 
Lyman Brewer, Cashier. 
Directors. — Wm. P. Greene, William C. Gillman, 
Calvin Goddard, AmosH. Hubbard, Henry M. Waite, 
Adam Larrabee, Edward Whiting, James Stedman, 
Henry Strong, Arthur F. Gilman, Walter Lester. 
Dividends in March and September. 
Annual Meeting in June. 

Capital Stock, $200,000. 

QUINEBAUG BANK. 

[Incorporated in 1832.] 

Charles W. Rockwell, President. 
Francis A. Perkins Cashier. 
Directors. — William P. Greene, Charles W. Rock- 



80 BANKS. 

well, Asa Child, John Breed, Alfred Lee, John A. 
Rockwell, Thomas Robinson. 

Aanual Meeting, 1st Monday in June. 
Capital Stock, $500,000. 

MERCHANTS' BANK. 

William Williams, Jr., President. 

Joseph Williams, Cashier. 
Directors. — William Williams, Jr., Charles Coit, 
Walter Lester, Stephen Fitch, Charles F. Lester, Ne- 
hemiah H. Fitch, Elisha Tracy, Epaphras Porter, James ' 
L. Ripley, John Lathrop, Lewis Hyde, Sherwood Ray- 
mond, Joseph H. Deane. 

George Perkins, Attorney to the Bank. 
Discount days, Mondays and Thursdays. 
Annual Meeting, in September. 
Office, in the Merchants' Hotel, Main-street. 
Capital Stock, $300,000. 

STONINGTON BANK. 

W r illiam Williams, President. 
Francis Amy, Cashier. 
Directors — Wm. Williams, Wm. Randall, Ephraiia 
Williams, Giles R. Hallam, Gurdon Trumbull, William 
Lord, Russell Wheeler, John W Hull, Jesse D. 
Noyes, Cyrus Williams, Benjamin Pomeroy, Charles 
P. Williams. Charles H. Phelps. 

Benjamin Pomeroy, Attorney for the Bank. 
Capital Stock, $53,000. 

MYSTIC BANK. 

Elias Brown, President. 
George W. Noyes, 2nd., Cashier. 
Directors. — Elisha Faxon, Elisha Haley, John Hyde, 
Asa Fish, Latham Hull, Nathan Daboll, Silas Beebe, 
George W. Noyes, 2nd., Elias Hewit, William H. 
Woodbridge. 

Capitol Stock, $50,000. 



BANKS. 31 

JEWETT CITY BANK. 
[Incorporated in 1831.] 

Daniel Packer, President. 

Charles Johnson, Cashier. 

Capital Stock, $100,000. 

BRIDGEPORT BANK, 

[Incorporated in 1806.] 

Ebenezer Jessup. President. 
Josiah S. Hoyt, Cashier. 

Directors. — Jessup Wakeman, Isaac Burroughs, 
Philip A. Cannon, David P. Minot, Sylvanus Sterling, 
Philo Hurd, Samuel F. Hurd. 

Notes must be presented on or before Thursday. 

Discount made on Friday. 

Hours of business from 9 to 12 A. M., and from 2 to 
4 P.M. 

Annual meeting of Stockholders, first Wednesday in 
July. 

Capital Stock, $100,000. 

CONNECTICUT BANK, BRIDGEPORT. 

Ezekiel Hubbell, President. 
Charles Foote, Cashier. 

Directors. — Daniel Sterling, David Brooks, Eli Mi- 
gatt, Hanford Lyon, Enoch Foote, Nathaniel Wade^ 
Daniel Fayerweather, Daniel Barnum Jr. 

Annual meeting of Stockholders in September. 

FAIRFIELD COUNTY BANK, NORWALK. 

Henry Belden, President. 
H. T. Morgan, Cashier. 

Directors. — Benjamin Isaacs, Clark Bissell, Bucking- 
ham Lockwood, Charles Isaacs, Justin L. Bush, Charles 
Jessup. 



82 BANKS. 

" L BRANCH BANK, AT DANBURY. 

Samuel Tweedy, President. 

Curtiss Clark, Cashier. 
Directors — David Foot, Elijah Sanford, Samuel 
Wildman, Isaac H. Seeley, Henry Beers, Abner Gil- 
bert. 

WINDHAM COUNTY BANK. 

Joseph Eaton, President. 
Adams White, Jr., Cashier. 
Directors. — Joseph Eaton, Vine Robinson, John Me 
LelLan, Andrew T. Judson, Elkanah C. Eaton, Har- 
vey Blashrield, William Putnam, Asahel Hammond,, 
B. P. Spalding, Ralph James, Herbert Williams, A. 
Bolles, Eleazer Young. 

A. T. Judson, Attorney to the Bank. 
Annual Meeting, 2nd Monday in June. 
Capital Stock, $100,000. 

WINDHAiM BANK. 

[Incorporated in 1833.] 

John Baldwin, President. 
: Joel W. White, Cashier. 

Directors. — John Baldwin, George SpafTord, Justin 
Swift, Waterman C. Clarke, George Webb, Jesse 
Stafford, Elisha G. Hammond, Wm. R. Dorrance, 
Phillip Pearl, Jr., John A. Ptockwell, Thomas Gray. 

THOMPSON BANK. 

Harvey Blashfield, President, 
Joseph B. Gay, Cashier. 



MIDDLETOWN BANK- 

[Incorporated in 1795.] 
Elijah Hubbard, President. 
Henry Carrington, Cashier. 
Directors. — Nehemiah Hubbard, Samuel D. Hub- 
bard, Richard Hubbard, Samuel Russell, Stephen 



BANKS. 83 

Taylor, David Allen, Walter Booth, Elishama Bran- 
degee,Joshua Atwater, J. H. Hayden. 

Jonathan Barnes, Attorney for the Bank. 
Discount days, Tuesdays and Fridays. 
Annual meeting, 1st Thursday in January. 
Capital Stock, $400,000. 

MIDDLESEX COUNTY BANK, 

{Incorporated in 1830.] 

Henry L. DeKoven, President. 
Eleazer Lacey, Cashier. 
Directors. — Joseph W. Alsop, Ebenezer Jackson, jr. 
Richard W. Hart, John Wyse, Randolph Pease, Joliu 
Stewart, Joseph Taylor, Samuel Russell, Timothy 
Starkey, Eli Wilcox, Edwin Stearns, Wm. B. Dyer. 
Stillman K- Wightman, Attorney to the Bank. 
Discount days Mondays and Thursdays. 
Annual Meeting, 1st Wednesday in July. 

EAST-HADDAM BANK. 

TTmothy Green, Esq., President. 
Luther Whitmore, Jr., Cashier. 
Directors. — Timothy Green, Noah Bulkcley, Epaph- 
roditus Champion, Jr., Wm. Palmer, Joseph Goodspeed, 
Horace Hayden, Gideon Higgins, E. A. Bulkeley, 
George Palmer, Gideon Parker, Samuel Colt, Henry 
M. Waite, Jonathan Arnold. 

J. C. Palmer, Attorney for the Bank- 
Discount davs Tuesdays and Fridays. 
" Capital Stock, $75,000. 



TOLLAND COUNTY BANK. 

Elisha Stearns, President. 
Jonathan R. Flynt, Cashier. 
Directors.—- Elisha Stearns, Elijah Smith, Erastits 
Coit, Wm. C. Gilman, George M. Hyde, Johu Fitch, 



O 4 * SAYINGS BANKS. 

Ebenezer Clark, John Boynton, Charles I. Cooley, Oli- 
ver H. King. 

Elisha Stearns, Attorney for the Bank. 
Discount days, every 'ednesday. 
Annual Election, 3d Monday in October. 
Capital Stock, $75,000. 



^AVlIVeS BATCKS. 



HARTFORD SAVINGS BANK. 
Ward Woodbridge, President. 
Vice-Presidents. — James H. Wells, John T. Peters, 

Charles Sigourney, , Isaac Perkins, David 

Watkinson, Wm. Ely, Cyprian Nichols, Samuel Tudor, 
James B. Hosmer, Charles Hosmer, John Butler. 

Trustees. — Barzillai Hudson, Thomas K. Brace, 
Stephen Spencer, Daniel P. Hopkins, Solomon Porter, 
Charles Seymour, Jeremy Hoadley, Normand Smith, 
Jr., John Beach, George Putnam, Richard Bigelow, 
Henry A. Perkins, Wm. T. Lee, Albert Day, Joshua 
P. Burnham, Francis Parsons, Charles bheldon, John 
W. Bull, Iiayne3 L. Porter, Joseph B* Gilbert, Jesse 
Savage, A. M. Collins, Edward Goodwin, Ezra S. 
Hamilton. 

William T. Lee, Secretary. 
Reuben Langdon, Treasurer. 

NEW-HAVEN SAVINGS BANK. 

Samuel St. John, President. 
Nathaniel A. Bacon, Secretary. 

NEW-LONDON SAVINGS BANK. 

Ebenezer Learned, President. 
Vice-Presidents. — T. W. Williams, Robert Coit. 
Directors. — Ezra Chappell, Archibald Mercer, Cha's 
S. Stockman, Wm. P. Cieaveland, Jr., Edw'd Learned. 
Joseph C. Sistare, Treasurer and Secretary. 
Amount of deposites, $60,000. 
Annual Meeting, 1st Tuesday in June. 



SAVINGS BANKS — INSURANCE COMPANIES. 85 

NORWICH SAVINGS BANK, 

F. A. Perkins, President. 
Vice-Presidents.— J L. Buswell, W. C. Gilrnan, G. 
L. Perkins, C . P. Huntington. 

Directors. — Joseph Williams, Erastus Coit, Lyman 
Brewer, Charles Coit, Moses Hilliard, Nathaniel Ship- 
man, J. G.W.Trumbull, C. W. Rockwell. 
Jabez Huntington, Treasurer. 
Joseph Williams, Secretary. 
Annual Meeting in June. 

Amount of Deposits over $140,000. 

MIDDLETOWN SAVINGS BANK. 

Nehemiah Hubbard, President. 
Vice-Presidents. — Augustus Cook, Richard Rand. 
Directors. — Henry Carrington, Luke C. Lyman, Win, 
S. Camp, Wm. L. Storrs. 

Samuel Southmayd, Secretary and Treasurer. 

ENFIELD SAVINGS BANK. 

Henry Kingsbury, President. 
Geer Terry, Treasurer. 

insurance companies. 



MARINE INSURANCE COMPANIES. 
Union — New-London. 
Coddington Billings, President. 
David Coit, Secretary. 

Ocean — New-Haven. 

Roger Sherman, President. 

Justus Harrison, Secretary and Treasurer* 



8$ INSURANCE COMPANIES. 

FIRE AND MARINE. 

Protection" — Hartford. 
Wm, W. Ellsworth, President. 
Thomas C. Perkins, Secretary. 

Annual Election in June. 
^Capital Stock, $150,000. 

New-London. 

Kichard Law, President. 

Coleby Chew, Secretary. 
Directors. — Richard Law, Jonathan Coit, Thoma* 
W. Williams, Andrew M, Frink, Benjamin Brown* 
Samuel Hurlbut, Abner Bassett, Joseph LawTence^ 
Acors Barnes, Jedediah Huntington, Asa Fish, Gurdors 
Tiambull. 

Annual Election in July. 

Capital Stock, $250,000, 



FIRE INSURANCE COMPANIES. 

Hartford. 

Nathaniel Terry, President, 

Walter Mitchell, Secretary. 

Capital Stock $150,060. 

Annual meeting, 1st Thursday in June. j 

■ Etna — H artford , 

Thomas K. Brace, President. 
James M. Goodwin, Secretary. 
Capital Stock, $200,000. 
Annual election in June. 

Norwich. 

George L. Perkins, President* 

Joseph Williams, Secretary. 

Directors. — George L. Perkins, J. L. Buswell, C. P. 

Huntington, C. Billings, W. C. Gilman, J. Williams, 

E. Coit, W. P. Greene, J. A, Rockwell. 

N. & W. W. Billings, Agents at New-London. 
Annual meeting. 1st Wednesday in January. 
Capital, $100,000.— Incorporated, 1819. 



INSURANCE COMPANIES. 87 

Norwich Mutual Assurance. 

Ebenczer Huntington, Treasurer. 

Joseph Williams, Secretary. * 

John P. Trott, Agent at Ncw-Lraidon. 

Capital, #6,666.— Incorporated r795. 

Annual meeting, 2nd Monday in January. 

Windham County Mutual Insurance* 

Vine Robinson, President. 
Adams White, Secretary. 

Connecticut River Steam-Boat Company. 
Thomas K. Brace, President. 
James M. Bunce, Secretary. 
Charles H. Northam, Treasurer. 

Hartford Steam- Boat Company , 

Eliphalet Terry, President. 
D. F. Robinson, Secretary. 
James B. Hosmer, Treasurer. 

Connecticut Hiver Company* 

Alfred Smith President. 
James M. Goodwin, Secretary. 
Daniel Buck, Treasurer. 

Hartford Bridge Company* 

Griffin Stedman, President. 
Christopher C. Lyman, Clerk and Treasurer. 

Union Company* Hartford* 
Ezekiel Williams, President. 
Elisha Dodd, Clerk and Treasurer. 
Directors. — Ezekiel Williams, Thomas K. Brace, Da- 
vid Watkinson. 

Francis Parsons, Attorney. 



INSURANCE COMPANIES. 



New-Haven and New-York Packet Company. 

Directors. — Hervey Hemingway, Wooster Hotcb- 
kiss, Tyler Hemingway. 

Agent — Stephen Trowbridge. 

New-flaven Steam-Boat Company. 

Laban Smith, President. 
Directors. — Joseph N. Clark, Charles Atwater, Joho 
Babcock, Wm. J. Forbes, Caleb Brinsmade, Elihu 
Sanford. — Joel Root, Agent. 

Farmington Canal Company 

President. 



William W. Boardman, Secretary. 
John Fitch, Treasurer. 
Directors. — James Goodrich, Nathan Peck, Joseph 
W. Clark, Sidney Hull, Wooster Hotchkiss. 

Norwich Aqueduct Company % 

Erastus loit, President 
Thomas Robinson, Secretary. 
Dixwell Lathrop, Treasurer. 

Norwich Water Power Company, 

Fer bringing into use {he waters of the Shetucket River 

for J\(Famifactories. 

Ineorporated in 1828.—- Capital $40,000. 

William P. Greene, President. 

William C. Gilman, Secretary. 

Directors. — Edward Whiting, Russel Hubbard, Jed- 

ftdiah Huntington, James L. Ripley, John A. RockwelL 

Boston, Norwich and Neiv-London Rail-Road 
Company* 
William P. Greene, President. 
Directors. — Asa Child, John Breed, Wm. C. Gilman, 
W. H. Law, J. A. Rockwell, Alfred Lee, Thomas Rob- 
inson, 

Alfred Lee, Secretary. 
Thomas Robinson, Treasurer. 



COLLEGES. 89 

Norwich and New-London Steam-Boat 
Company, 

William C. Gilman. President. 
A. F. Gilman, Treasurer. 
Agent. — Jedediah Huntington. 

jgagggggg; — - ! =» 

COlLIiE^ES and ACADEMIES* 

— ^. . ^ . , . — . " ■ " ' -" ■' 

YALE COLLEGE—NEW-HAVEN. 
[Founded 1700. J 

C O R P O R A TION, 

Rev. Jeremiah Day, s. t. d., Ll/d. 

His Exc. Henry W. Edwards, ll. d.] 

His Honor Ebenezer Stoddard. 

Rev. Daniel Smith. 

Rev. Calvin Chapin, s. t. d. 

Rev. David Smith, s- t. d. 

Rev. Matthew Noyes. 

Rev. Noah Porter, s. t. d. 

Rev. Daniel Dow. 

Rev. Aaron Dutton. 

Rev. Abel McEwen. 

Rev. Didate Brockway. 

Rev. Luther Hart. 

Hon. Charles Hawley. 

Hon. George Pratt. 

Hon. William Field. 

Hon. Jabez L. White. 

Hon. Phillip Pearl, Jr. 

Hon. John Stewart. 

Treasurer — Wyllys Warner, Esq. . f _ 

Steward — Caleb Mix, Esq. 



00 COLLEGES. 



FACULTY AND INSTRUCTORS, 

Rev. Jeremiah Day, s. t. d., ll. d., President. 

Hon. David Daggett, ll. d. Kent Professor of Law. 

Thomas Hubbard, m. d. Professor qf the Principles 
and Practice of Surgery. 

Benjamin Silliman, m. d. ll. d, Professor of Chem- 
istry, Pharmacy, Mineralogy and Geology. 

James L. Kingsley, ll. d. Professor of the Latin 
Language and Literature. 

Eli Ives, m. d. Professor of the Theory and Practice 
of Physic. 

William Tully, m. d. Professor of Materia Medica 
and Therapeutics. 

Rev. Nathaniel W. Taylor, s. t. d. Dwight Professor 
of Didactic Theology. 

Jonathan Knight, m. d. Professor of Anatomy and 
Physiology. 

Timothy P. Beers, m. d. Professor of Obstetrics.- 

Josiah W. Gibbs, a. m. Prof, of Sacred Literature. 

Samuel J. Hitchcock, Esq. Instructor in the Science 
and Practice of Law. 

Rev. Eleazar T. Fitch, s. t. d. Livingston Professor 
of Divinity. 

Rev. Chauncey A. Goodrich, a. m. Professor of 
Rhetoric and Oratory. 

Denison Olmsted, a. m. Professor of Mathematics 
and Natural Philosophy. 

Theodore D. Wolsey, a. m. Professor of the Greek 
Language and Literature. 
' Charles U. Shepard, a. b. Lecturer in Natural His- 
tory. 

Henry N. Day, a. m. Tutor in Greek. 

Alfred Newton, a. m. Tutor in Mathematics. 

Anthony D. Stanley, a. m. Tutor iu Latin. 

David C. Comstock, a.m. Tutor in Latin. 

Elias Loomis, a. m. Tutor in Latin. 

James R. Davenport, a. m. Tutor in Mathematics. 

Lyman H. Atwater, a. b. Tutor in Mathematics. 

Noah Porter, a. b. Tutor in Greek. 

Oliver P. Hubbard, a. m. Assistant to the Professor 
of Chemistry. 



COLLEGES. 01 



MEDICAL, EXAMINERS. 

Silas Fuller, m. d., Luther Ticknor, m. d., Archibald 
Mercer, m. d. Win. S. Pierson, m. d. Thomas Miner, m. d. 



THE THEOLOGICAL DEPARTMENT. 

The Instructors in the Theological Department are a 
Professor of Didactic Theology, a Professor of Sacred 
Literature, and the Professors of Divinity and of Rhet- 
oric in the classical department of the College. 

The whole course of instruction occupies three years; 
and the students are divided into Junior, Middle and 
Senior classes. The time of admission is at the com- 
mencement of the first collegiate term. 



THE LAW SCHOOL. 

The Law School is under thu direction of the Horn 
David Daggett, ll. d., Chief Judge of the Supreme 
Court in Connecticut, and Professor of Law ; and 
Samuel J. Hitchcock, Esq. Attorney and Counsellor 
at Law. 



THE MEDICAL INSTITUTION. 

The Instructors in the Medical Instution, are a Pro~ 
fessor of Surgery, a Professor of Chemistry and Phar- 
macy, a Professor of the Theory and Practice of Phys- 
ic, a Professor of Materia Medica and Therapeutics, a 
Professor of Anatomy and Physiology, and a Professor 
of Obstetrics. 

The Lectures commence the second week, in Novem- 
ber, and terminate the last week in February. During 
the course, from 50 to 100 lectures are given by each 
Professor. 

Summary.— Theological Students, 55 ; Law Stn- 
dents, 39 ; Medical Students, average of 11 years, 71 ; 
Seniors, 68 ; Juniors, 81 ; Sophomores, 103 ; Fresh* 
men, 126. Undergraduates. 376— Total, 541. 



92 



COLLEGES. 



Commencement — 3d Wednesday of August. 
Vacations — From Commencement six weeks ; from 



the 1st Wednesday of January, two weeks- 
tbe last Wednesday in April, four weeks. 



-and from 



WASHINGTON COLLEGE— HARTFORD. 

Rev. Nathaniel S. Wheaton, d. d., President. 

J. Smith Rogers, m. d. Professor of Chemistry, Min~ 
eralogy and Geology. 

William M. Holland, a. m. Prof. Ancient Languages. 

Rev. Silas Totten, a. m. Professor Mathematics and 
Natural Philosophy. 

Duncan L. Stewart, Adjunct Professor Ancient Lan- 
guages. 

George Sumner, m. d. Professor of Botany. 

Hon. William W. Ellsworth, Professor of Law. 

Rev. Samuel F. Jarvis, d. d. Professor of Oriental 
Literature. 

E. Edwards Beardsley, a. b. Tutor. 

Annual Commencement, 1st Thursday of August, 
Vacations — From Commencement 7 weeks ; two 
weeks commencing on the Thursday before the 25th of 
December ; three weeks commencing the Thursday 
before the 12th of April. 



TRUSTEES. 



RtRev.T. C.Brownell,D.D. 
Rev. Harry Croswell, 
Rev. Nathan'l S. Wheaton, 
Charles Sigourney, 
Richard Adams, 
Ebenezer Young, 
Jonathan Starr, Jr. 
Nathan Smith, 
Hon. John T. Peters, 
John S. Peters, m, d. 
Samuel^Tudor, 



William H. Imlay, 
Martin Welles, 
Rev. Daniel Burhans, 
Rev. Bethel Judd, d. d. 
Isaac Toucey, 
S. H. Huntington, 
Rev. William Jarvis, 
^eth P. Beers, 
Ward Woodbridgc, 
Rev. Gustavus F. Davis, 



COLLEGES. 



93 



WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY— MIDDLETOWN. 
[Incorporated in 1831.] 

CORPORATION — TRUSTEES. 



Hon. Isaiah Fisk, 
William R. Shatter, 
Abel Bliss, 
George W. Stanley, 
Hon. Elijah Hubbard, 
Henry L. DeKoven, 
Jonathan Barnes, 
Hon. William L. Storrg, 
Samuel D. Hubbard, 
Isaac Webb, 



Rev. Wilbur Fisk, s t. i 
Rev. Laban Clark, a m. 
Rev. Thomas Birch, 
Rev. Heman Bangs, 
Rev. Joseph A. Merrill, 
Rev. Abraham Avery, 
Rev. John W. Hardy, 
Hon. Isaac Kellogg, 
Aaron Sanford, jr. 
James L. Phelps, M. d, 
JohnL. Smith, 

VISITERS. 

Rev. Nathan Bangs, d. d. iWm. J. French, 
Rev. Henry Chase, David M. Reese, m. d. 

Rev. John P. Durbin, a. m. Rev. Orange Scott, 
Rev. Stephen Martindale, Rev. John Foster, 
Rev. James Youngs, a. m. Rev. David Kilbourn, 
Rev. Fitch Reed, a.m. JRev. Jared Perkins, 
Hon. Daniel Burrows, [Rev. Samuel Kelly, 

Rov. Bartholomew Creagh, R,ev. Charles D. Cahoon. 
Rev. Wm. M. Bangs, a . m. | 

John L. Smith Treasurer. 



FACULTY. 

R,ev. Wilbur, Fisk, s. t. d. President, 
And Acting Prof, of Moral Science and Belles Lettrcs. 

Augustus W. Smith, a. m. Professer of Mathemat- 
ics and Natural Philosophy. 

Lieut W. W. Mather, Acting Profassor of Chemist- 
ry, Mineralogy and Geology. 

Rev. Frederick Jacob Huber, Professor of Modern 
Languages. 

Rev. Daniel D. Whedon, a. m. Profesoor of Ancient 
Languages and Literature. 



94 ACADEMIES. 

Commencement 3d Wednesday in August. 

Winter Vacation seven weeks, commencing on 
the Wednesday next preceding Christmas. 

Summer Vacation five weeks, next preceding Com- 
mencement. 



Phi Beta Kappa. 
Professor Jonathan Knight, President, 
Samuel J, Hitchcock, Vice-President. 
Aaron N. Skinner, Corresponding Secretary. 
Charles Hooker, m. d. Treasurer. 

Connecticut Academy, 
Jeremiah Day, ll. d. s. t. d. President. 
Hon. John Cotton Smith, Prof. Silliman, I\ r oah Web- 
ster, ll. d. Vice-Presidents. 
Wyllys Warner, Treasurer. 
Prof. T. D. Woolsey, Secretary. 

Bacon Academy — Colchester. 

[Incorporated in 1S02 — Fund, $35,000.] 

Charles P. Otis, a. m. Preceptor. 

Assistants, 

Famuel PI. Fox, Mjss R. A* Welles. Miss Avery. 

Vacations — From the first Thursday in September, 

three weeks From the first Wednesday in January, 

two weeks From the 1st Wednesday in May, 2 weeks, 

Plainfield Academy — at Plainfield. 
John Keep, Instructor. — Chandler Leeden, Assistant. 

Anniversary — Last Wednesday in August. 

Vacations — From the first Wednesday in August, 3 
weeks. From the first Wednesday in January, two 
weeks. From the first Wednesday in May, 2 weeks. 

Miss Draper's Seminary — Hartford. 
Miss Julia Draper, Principal. 
Miss Julia Allen, Miss Catherine Draper, Miss Ann 
A. Nelson, Assistants. 

Mr, Meier, Teacher of French. 



ACADEMIES. 9^ 



Mr. E, Hardyear, Teacher of Latin. 
Mr. G. R. Hurlbut, Teacher of Music. 
Assistant Pupils— Miss A. E. Stone, Miss Maria 
Miller, Miss Louisa Griswold. 

Hartford Female Seminary. 
Hon. Thomas Day, President. 
James H. Welles, Treasurer. 
Richard S. Kissam, m. d. Secretary. 

Trustees — Rev. Joel Haws, d. d., Hon. Thomas 
Day, Eliphalet Terry, Henry Hudson, James H. Wells, 
Seth Terry, Hon. William W. Ellsworth, Rev. C. C. 
Vanarsdalen, Rev. Horace Bushnell, Elizur Goodrich, 
jr, John Olmsted. 

Eliphalet Terry, Prudential Committee. 

John P. "Brace, Principal. 
Mrs. Charlottee D. Young, Governess. 
Teachers — Miss Frances A. Strong, Miss Flora Cat- 
lin, Miss Elizabeth Lyman, Miss Racillia B. Anderson, 
Miss Elizabeth Charlton. 

Miss Flora Catlin, Teacher of Drawing. 
Mr. G. W. Hurlbut, Teacher of Music. 
Mr. J. Meier, Teacher of French and German, 

Hartford Grammar School. 
Instructors — E. A. Sophocles, William Matson, 

Norwich Female Academy. 

[Incorporated in 1828.] 

Joseph Williams, Chairman of the Board of Trustees. 

Geo. L. Perkins, Treasurer. — Tho's. Robinson, Sect'y. 

Miss F. M. Caulkins, Principal, with Assistants in 

the French Language, Music and Painting. 

Ralph Farnsworth, m. d. Lecturer in Chemistry. 
Worthington Hooker, m. d. Lect. in Nat, Theology 



30 



ACADEMIES. 



New-Haven Young Ladies Institute. 

Principals — Rev. Ray Palmer and Mrs. Lucy C 
Andrews. 

Prof. E. A.Andrews, in Latin and Greek Language^ 
Mental Philosophy and Sacred Literature. 

Professor William Tully, in Botany. 

Isaac G. Porter, a. m. in History and Chronology. 

— , Mathematics and Elocution. 

Rev. Ray Palmer, a. b. Rhetoric, Moral Philosophy 
and Geography. 

Charles A. Coulomb, a. m. in French and other mod- 
ern Languages. 

George W. Winchester, in Penmanship. 

Robert Bakewell, Jr. in Drawing and Painting. 

Tho's P. Staughton, Instrumental and Vocal Music 

Litchfield Female Academy. 

[Incorporated in 1826.] 
Miss Sarah Pierce, Principal. 
Miss Julia H. Jones, Assistant. 
Miss Amelia C. Ogden, Instructress in French. 
Miss Bennett, Instructress in Music, Painting and 
Drawing. 

F. Wolcott, President, 
Trustees— D. Sheldon, W. Buel, P. Miner, S. P. 
Beers, J. W. Huntington, J. R. Landon, T. Smith, L# 
Goodwin, O. Goodwin. 

NewHaven School Society. 
Henry White, Cierk. — Sidney Hull, Treasurer. 
Committee. — Lewis Hotchkiss, Ransom Burritt. 

L&ncasterian School New-Haven. 
John E. Lowell, Instructor in the Male Department. 
Miss Perkins, in the Female Department. 

Ellington High School. 

[Incorporated in 1829.] 

Edward Hall Superintendant. 

John Hall, Principal and instructor in Elocution. Lu- 



ACADEMIES. 07 

ther Wright, in Greek. Samuel G. Brown, in Latin. 
Luther Haven, in English. 

Dan Russel, Steward, 

Collegiate Institute— New-Haven. 
Stiles French, A, M., Principal. 



Episcopal Academy — Cheshire. 

Rev. Bethel Judd, d. d. Principal. 
Anniversary — First Wednesday of September. 
Vacations — Four weeks from first Monday in May, 
and four weeks from hrst Monday in September. 

Tolland Academy. 

William Ely, Preceptor. Jeremiah Parish, Secretary. 
Loren P. Waldo, Treasurer. 

Lee's Academy — Madison. 
Samuel Robinson, Preceptor. 

AMERICAN ASYLUM, 

For the Education and Instruction of Deaf and 

Dumb Persons, 

Nathaniel Terry, President. 

Vice Presidents by Election. — Joseph Battell, Ward 
Woodbridge, Flenry Hudson, Thomas Day, Samue} 
Tudor, Wm. Ely, Stephen Whitney, David Watkinson. 

Directors by Election — James Ward, Wm. W^atson, 
Charles Seymour, John Butler, James B. Hosmer, Bar- 
zillai Hudson, Seth Terry, Thomas S. Williams, John 
Beach, Charles Goodwin. 

[Besides these, there are eight Vice-Presidents for 
life, by subscriptions of $200 and upwards, and 27 
Directors for life, by subscription of $100 and upwards.] 

Daniel P. Hopkins, Secretary. James H. Wells, 
Treasurer. Wm. Ely, Commissioner of the Fund. 

Instructor. — Lewis Weld, Principal. 
7 



SOCIETIES. 



Assistants. — Laurent Clerk, Rev. Wm. W. Turner, 
Luzerne Ray, a. b., Joseph D. Tyler, a. b., Samuel 
Sorter, a. b., Collin Stone, a. b., Wilson Whiton, Geo, 
H. Loring, Edmund Booth. 
Wm. VV. Turner, Steward. Lydia H. Peaslee, Matron. 

Vacations begin on the last Wednesday in April and 
September, and continue, each, four weeks. 

RETREAT FOR THE INSANE. 

Hon. Gideon Tomlinson, President. 

Rt. Rev. T. C. Brownell, Vice-President, . 

Col. James Ward, Treasurer. 

Robert Watkinson, Esq., Auditor. 

Charles Shelden, Secretary. 
Directors. — Eli Todd, , James Ward, Jo- 
seph Trumbull, George Sumner, James B. Hosmer, 
John Butler, Thomas H. Gallaudet, Charles Sheldon, 
Isaac D. Bull, John L. Comstoek, Daniel P. Hopkins, 
Gaius Lyman, E. P. Terry, Thomas C. Perkins, Rod- 
erick Terry, John Olmsted, Leonard Bacon, Amariah 
Bxigham, Cyprian Nichols. 

Managers.— -Henry Hudson, Daniel P. Hopkins, 
Oliarlcs Sheldon. 

Visitors. — Doctors, G. Sumner, J. L. Comstock, E, 
F; Terry, A.Brighara, A. Welch andM. L. North. 

CHURCH SCHOLARSHIP SOCIETY. 
Rt. Rev. Thomas C. Brownell, President, Ex officio. 
Vice-Presidents, Ex officio. — All the Bishops of the 
Brotestant Episcopal Church in the United States. 

By Election — Rev. Harry Croswell, d. d., Hon. Wm. 
Drayton. 

Directors, — Rev. Daniel Burhans, d. d., Rev. Alonzo 
Better, Rev. Frederick Holcomb, Rev. Geo. B. An- 
drews, Rev. Jackson Kemper, D. D,, Edward A. New- 
ton, Rev. C. E. Gadsden, Rev. John A, Clark, Peter 
Stuyversant, Wm. W. Boardman, Rev. Hugh Smith, 
Edward Tuckerman. 
Eev.N. S. Wheaton, D. D. Corresponding Secretary. 
F. J. Huntington, Recording Secretary. 
James M. Goodwin, Treasurer. 



SOCIETIES. 09 



Hartford Orphan Asylum. 

Managers. — Mrs. Dudley Buck, Mrs. Dr. Sumner, 
Mrs. H. Huntington, Miss Betsy Bull, Mrs. Gri#- 
wold, Mrs. D. F. Robinson, Mrs. E. C. Stanton, 
Mrs. J. C. Boiles, Mrs. Dr. North, Mrs. Watson 
Bull, Mrs. R. Anderson, Miss A. Langdon, Mrs. Jo- 
seph Trumbull, Mrs. Skinner, Mrs. Dr. Kissam, Mr*. 
Hollister, Miss Sarah Watkinson, Mrs. Job Allyn, Mrs. 
Conner. 

Advisers. — Edward Goodwin, Dr. Kissam, Thonnui 
Belknap. 

Society for ameliorating the condition of tht 
Mohigan Indians. 

Joseph Williams, President. 
Edward Whiting. Treasurer. Rev. Cha'sHyde, Sec*y. 

Directors. — Wm. C. Oilman, Charles Coit, John A^ 
Rockwell. 

[The buildings are a Chapel, built by subscription, 
which cost $600 , situated on Uncas Hill, near the ol3 
fort ; a convenient School-house, belonging to the trib« 
a Teaeher'sHouse, built by the Society from an appro- 
priation from the United States under the Indian Act, 
which cost $500, and a Work-Shop which cost $50.] 

American Colonization Society. 

Hon. James Madison, of Virginia, President. 
Vice-Presidents.— Hon John Marshall, Go n . Lafay- 
ette, Hon. Wm. H.Crawford, Hon. Henry Clay, Hon. 
John C. Herbert, Robert Ralston Esq., Gen. Joha 
Mason, Samuel Bayard, Esq. Isaac McKim, Esq., 
Gen. John Hartwell Cocke, Rt. Rev. Bishop Whitt^ 
Hon. Daniel Webster, Hon. Charles F. Mercer, Jero- 
miah Day, D. D. Hon. Richard Rush, Bishoo McKen- 
dree, P. E. Thomas, Esq., Dr. Thomas C. James, 
Hon. John Cotton Smith, Hon. Theodore Frelinghv- 
sen, Hon. Lewis McLane, Gerrit Smith, Esq., jrH„ 
Mc Clure, Esq., Gen. Alexander Macomb, Moses AI- 



100 SOCIETIES. 

on, Esq., Gen. Walter Jones, F. S. Key, Esq., Samuel 
H. Smith, Esq., Joseph Gales, Jr., Esq. 

Managers. — Rev. J. Laurie, D. D., Rev. S. B. Balch, 
D. D., Rev. O. B. Brown, Rev. Wm. Hawley, W. W. 
Seaton, Esq. Rev. Wm. Ryland, Dr. H.Hunt, Rev. R. 
Post, H. G. Smith, Esq., M. Shepard, Esq. J. H. B. 
Lathrobe, R, S. Cox, Esq. 

Rev. R. R. Gurley, Secretary. 

Richard Smith, Esq., Treasurer. 

John Underwood, Esq., Recorder. 

Connecticut Bible Society, 
Rev. Samuel Nott, d. d., President. 

Henry Hudson, Sec'y. James R. Woodbridge,Treas. 

Vice-Presidents. — John Hall, Esq., Rev. Joel Hawes, 
d. d., Benjamin Tallmadge, Rev. Henry A. Rowland. 

Directing Committee. — Rev. Joab Brace, Charles 
Hosmer, Rev. Caleb J. Tenney, Rev. Shubael Bartlett, 
Eliphalet Terry, Rev. David Smith, Rev. Horace 
Hooker, Joseph Trumbull, Rev. Samuel Spring, Rev. 
John Bartlett, Elisha Hart, Normand Smith, Jr., Dan- 
iel P. Hopkins, Rev. G. A. Calhoun, Rev. Jonathan 
Cogswell, Rev. Ansel Nash, Rev. C. C. Vanarsdalen, 
Barzillai Hudson. 

Charles Hosmer, general Agent for distributing bibles, 

Connecticut Sabbath School Union. 
Rev. Joel Hawes, d. d., President, 
Vice-Presidents.— Prof. C. A. Goodrich, Rev. Sam- 
uel Spring, Wm. Williams, Hon. Gideon Tomlinson, 
Rev. Asa King, Hon. Jabez W. Huntington, Rev. 
John R. Crane, Rev. G. A. Calhoun. 

C. P. Gr(*sT«nor, Corresponding Secretary. 
Henry White, Recording Secretary. 
0. B. Whittlesey, Treasurer. 



SOCIETIES. 101 



Foreign Missionary Society oj Norwich and 
Vicinity. 

Rev. Samuel Nott, D. D. President. 

Vice-Presidents. — Rev. Levi Nelson, Rev. Joseph 
Ayer, Rev. C. B. Everett, Rev. Lyman Strong, Dwi^ht 
Ripley Esq., Hon. Calvin Goddard, Gen. Win. Will- 
iams, Jr., Wm. Tucker, Esq. 

Executive Committee. — F. A. Perkins, Esq. Treas- 
urer ; Rev. Charles Hyde, Secretary ; Wm. P. Greene, 
Esq. ; Wm. C. Gilman, Col Charles Coit. 

Auxiliary Bible Society of Norwich and 
vicinity. 

Jabez Huntington, Esq. President. 
Vice-Presidents. — Rev. Seth B Paddock, Rev. Wm. 
Palmer, Rev. J. T. Dickinson, W. T. Williams, Esq. 
C W. Rockwell, Esq., Sec'y. L. Brewster, Esq., Trcas. 
Executive Committee. — Rev. C. Hyde, Wm. P. 
Greene, Wm. C. Gilman, Charles Coit, Alfred Lee. 

American Congressional Temperance Society. 

Hon. Lewis Cass, Secretary of War, President 
Vice Presidents. — Hon. Samuel Bell, Gideon Tom- 
linson, John Reed, Lewis Condict, William Wilkins, 
Thomas Ewing, Felix Grundy, John Tipton, Daniel 
Wardwell, James M. Wayne. 

Executive Committee. — Hon. T. Frelinghuysen, Ar- 
nold Naudain, John Blair, George N, Briggs, Eleuthe- 
ros Cook. 

Walter Lowrie, See'ry. Hon. E. Whittlesey, Treas'r. 
Hon. W. W.Ellsworth, Auditor. 



State Temperance Convention. 
Roger M. Sherman, President. 
Vice-Presidents. — Calvin Chapin, Samuel Ckurcli, 
Clark Nott, Bartholomew Creagh. 

Denison Olmsted, John Cookson, Secretaries. 



102 SOCIETIES. 



New-London County Young Men's Temperance 
Association. 

George Perkins, President. 
Daniel Huntington, Alfred B. Pierce, Vice-Presidents. 
Directors. — John T. W ait, Henry H. Roath, Samuel 
P. Dolbear, John Avery, Joseph G. Isham, Alfred Otis, 
Thomas P. Rogers, Elisha Fitch, Dudley R. Wheeler, 
Dr. Langworthy, Charles A. Gager, R. P. Salter, A. T. 
Sizer, H. E. Brewster, J. G. Smith, Nathaniel Hyde. 



Connecticut Branch of the American Education 
Society. 

Thomas Day, President. 

Joseph Battell, Vice-President. 

Rev. Wm. W. Turner, Secretary, 

Eiiphalet Terry, Treasurer. 
Directors. — Rev'ds, Jeremiah Day, Joel Hawes, N, 
W. Taylor, Chauncey W, Goodrich, Leonard Bacon, 
Samuel Spring, Horace Hooker, Cornelius C. Vanars~ 
tialen, and Professors, Denison Olmsted and Benjamin 
Silliman. 

Education Society of Norwich and vicinity* 

Hon. Calvin Goddard, President. 
Vice-Presidents. — Rev. Samuel Nott, D. D., Henry 
Strong, Esq. Cyrus Williams, Esq. 

Rev. Cornelius B. Everest, Secretary. 
Col. Charles Coit, Treasurer. 
Elisha H. Mansfield, Esq., Auditor. 
Directors. — Rev. Lyman Strong, James Stedman r 
Esq., Rev. A. B. Collins, J. G. W. Trumbull, Esq. 

Connecticut Missionary Society, Jlux. to ikt 
Home Missionary Society. 

Directors. — Rev. Joel Hawes, D. D., Jonathan 
Brace, Esq., John Caldwell, Esq., Seth Terry, Esq., 
Rev. Noah Porter, D. D., Samuel J. Hitchcock, Esq., 



SOCIETIES. 103 



John Hall Esq., Rev. Nathan Perkins, D.D., Caleb J. 
Tenney, D. D., Rev. Timothy P. Gillet, Rev. Edvyard 
Bull, Rev. Thomas Punderson, Jonathan Barns, Esq., 
Rev. Ansel Nash, Rev. D. G. Sprague, Rev. Samuel 
Spring, T. C. Perkins, Esq., and Rev. Leonard Bacon, 

[The twelve first named gentlemen in the above lifct 
are the Trustees of the Society for the year ensuing.] 

Trustees of the Everest Fund. — Rev. Allen McLean, 
llcnjamin Ely, Horace Cowles, Rev. Jairus Burt. 

Treasurer of the General Association. — Rev. Sam- 
uel Spring. 

Receivers of money in their Respective Associa- 
tions. — The Rev. Messrs. Spring, Brace, Train, Zolva 
Whitmorc, Charles Hyde, Theophilus Smith, Blatcfe- 
ford, Houoji, Carrington, Brownell, William Case and 
William Ely. 

Connecticut Protestant Episcopal Society^ for 
the promotion of Christian Knowledge, 

Rt. Rev. T. C. Brownell, D.D. LL D, President. 

Corresponding Secretary. — Rev. N. S. Whcaton, P. 
D,, Hartford, to whom all communications may be 
made. 

James M. Goodwin, Treasurer. 

General Protestant Episcopal Sunday School 

Union of the United States. 

Rt. Rev. Wm. White, D. D. President. 

All the Bishops ex-efficio, Vice-Presidents. 

Floyd Smith, of New-York, Treasurer. 

Rev. T. II. Cummings, Secretary and General AgertZ. 

Depository — Protestant Episcopal Press Buildings, 

I^ew-York. 

Standing Committee of the Episcopal Church. 

Kev, Harry Croswcll, D D, %nry Wheaton, D.D 
Bethel Judd. D D, Rev. William Jarvis, Jackson 
temper, D. D. 



104 CLERGYMEN. 



New-London Jlux. Home Missionary Society 

Joseph Hurlbut, President. 
Vice-Presieents — A. M. Frink, N. S. Perkins, Dan- 
iel B. Hempstead. 

C. Butler, Jr., Secretary. 
Coleby Chew, Treasurer. 

Neiv-London and vicinity Bible Society. 

Elias Perkins, President. 
Vice Presidents — Rev. AbelMcEwen, Rev. Isaac W.. 
Hallam,Rev.D Wildman,W.W. Hodman. C. Griswold 
Yv^m. P. Cleaveland jr. Treas. Charles Butler, Sec'ry. 



€ JL E R CJ Y Iff B W . 



HARTFORD COUNTY. 

Hartford. Joel Hawe-, d. d., C. C. Vanarsdalcn, 
Horace Bushnell, Wm. C. Walton, Nathan Perkins, 
d. d. Caleb S. Henry, C ; Rt. Rev. Thomas C. Brown- 
ell, d. d. ll. d., Nathaniel S. Wheaton, d. d. Silas 
Totten, E ; Gustavus F. Davis, B j James Young, 

M ; Matthew H. Smith, U ; Walton, Fre« 

Church ; James Fitten, Roman Catholic ; -, 

African. 

Avon Harvey Bushnell, Francis H. Case,. C ; «• 

Bobbins, B. 

Bristol. David L. Parmelee, C j Geo. V.N. East- 
man, E ; Henry Stanwood, B. 

Burlington. Erastus Scranton, C ; Daniel Coe, John 
Nixon, Charles Sherman, M. 

Canton. Jairus Burt, H. N. Brinsmade, C ; Josiah 
M. Graves, B. 

East-Hartford. Samuel Spring, C. 

EastWVindsor. Chauncey G. Lee, Shubael Bartlett, 
C ; Ransom Warned E. 

Enfield. Francis L. Robbing, C ; Nathaniel Cha- 
pin, U j Joshua Bennet, Shakor. 



CLERGYMKtf. 103 



Farmington. Noah Porter, d. d. C ; Laban C. Che- 
ney, M 

Granby. Charles Bentley, David Hemenway, C ; 
* Steers, U 

Hartlund. Ammi Linsley, John A. Hempsted, C ; 
Asa Bushnell, M 

Manchester. Bennet H. Northrop, C ; H. S* Rams- 
dale, M 

Marlborough. Chauncey Lee, d. d. C 

Simsbury. Allen McLean, C 

Southington. David L. Ogden, C ; Irenus Atkins, B 

Suffield. Ebenezer Gay, Henry Robinson, C ; Geo. 
Phippin, Seth Higby, B 

Wethersfield. Caleb J. Tenney, d. d., Joab Brace, 
Calvin Chapin, d. d., C ; Alva btone, M 

Windsor. Henry A. Rowland, Ansei Nash, C ; Ja'a 
Dixon, M 

NEW-HAVEN COUNTY. 

New-Haven. Jeremiah Day, d. d. ll. d. Nathan- 
iel W. Taylor, d. d., Leonard Bacon, Eleazer T. Fitch, 
D. d., John Mitchel, John Bray, Elisha L. Cleaveland, 
James Boyle, C ; Harry Croswell, William L. Keese, 
E ; Elisha Cushman,B ; William Thatcher, M ; The- 
ophilus Fisk, U ; Simeon S. Jocelyn, Afncan ; Jamcji 
T. McDermot, Roman Catholic. 

Bethany. Jairus Wilcox, C ; Oliver Hopson, E ; 
Samuel Potter, B 

Branford. Timothy P. Gillet, C 

Cheshire. Joseph Whiting, C ; Bethel Judd, d. d., 
tleuben Ives, Asa Cornwall, E ; Asa Bushnell, M 

Derby, Zephaniah Swift, C ; Step. Jewett, Charles 
W. Bradley, E 

East-Haven. Stephen Dod<], C ; Edward J. Ives, E. 

Guilford. Aaron Dutton, Zolva Whitmore, C ; Da- 
vid Baldwin, E ; Alva B. Goldsmith, B. 

Hamden. Peter G. Clark, E. 

Madison. Samuel N. Shepard, Stephen Hays, C ; 
Samuel West, B. 

Meriden. Charles J. Hinsdale, C ; Robert A. Hal- 
lam E j Nathaniel Hervey, B \ Lucius Baldwin, M. 



106 CLERGYMEN. 



Middlebury. — Jason Atwater, C ; Daniel Wooster,M. 

Milford. Bezaleel Pinneo, Asa M. Train, C. ; Wm* 
H. Walter, E ; James FI. Lindsley, B. 

North-Branford. Judson A. Root, Matthew Noyes, 
C ; Edward J. Ives, E. 

Oxford. Abraham Brown, C ; Ashbel Baldwin, E. 

Southbury. D. Mead, Thomas L. Shipman, C ; 
Newton Tuttle, Aaron Pearce, M ; Step. B. Bray, B. 

VVaterbury Joel R. Arnold, C ; Allen C. Morgan, 
E ; Davis Stocking, M. 

Wallingford. Edwin R. Gilbert, C ; William A. 
Curtiss, E ; Ransom Johnson, M : Simon Shailor, B** 

NEW-LONDON COUNTY. 

New-London. Abel McEwen, C ; Isaac W. Hal* 
lam, E ; Ebenezer Blake, M ; Daniel Widman, B. 

Norwich. Joseph Strong, d. d., Cornelius B. Ever- 
est, James T. Dickerson, Charles Hyde, C ; Seth B< 
Paddock, E ; William Palmer, B ; David N. Bentley, 
Norris Day, Isaac Stoddard, George May, M. 

Bozrah. John W. S alter, Rodolphus Landfear, C» 

Colchester. Lyman Strong, Joseph Harvey, C. 

Franklin. Samuel Nott, d. d. C ; Comfort D. Fil- 
more, M. 

Groton. Timothy Tuttle, C ; John G. Wightman, 
ttoswdl Burrows, Erastus Denison, B ; Ralph Hurl, 
tut, M. 

Griswold. SpafTord D. Jewett, George Perkins, C ; 
Levi Kneeland, B ; Avery, M 

Lebanon. Edward Bull, Daniel Waldo, Salmon* 
Cone, C. 

Lisbon. Levi Nelson, Philo Judson, C ; A. Read, B 

Lyme. Chester Colton, Josiah Haws, Herman L» 
Vaill, C ; Alvin Ackley,Frederick Wildman, B ; Eli* 
jah Willard, Alpheus Hayden, M 

Montville. Erastus Ripley, C ; Reuben Palmer, B 

Nortb-Stonington. Joseph Ayer, Jr. C ; Jonathan- 
Miner. Asher Miner, Josiah Parker, B. 

Preston. Augustus B. Collins, C ; Nathan B. Bo* 
gon, E j Alfred Gates, B. 



I 



0LEROTMBN. lift 



Salem. Charles Thompson, C ; Vacant E 
Stonington. Vacant C ; Jerome S. Andrews, B. 
Waterford. Francis C. Darrow, B ; Lester Roger?., 
S. B. 



FAIRFIELD COUNTY. 

Fairfield. John H. Hunter. Thomas F. Davis, 
C ; Nathaniel S. Freeman, Charles A. Boardman, E 

Danbury Anson Rood, Erastus Cole, C ; Lemuel 
B. Hull, E ; Nathan Bulkley, Silas Ambler, Robert 
Turnbull B ; Aaron Pearce, Levi Bronson, Christian ; 
J. B. Beach, Rory Starr, John Nickerson, M ; Levi Os- 
born, Sandermanian 

Bridgeport John Blatchfield, Nathaniel Hewitt, C ; 
Gurdon S. Coit, Birdsey G. Noble, E ; Johrl Tacka- 
berry, M 

Brookfield Abner Brundage, C ; Jos. S. Covill, E 

Darien Ebenezer Piatt, C 

Greenwich Joel Mann, Piatt Buffett, Chauncey 
Wilcox, C ; Charles J. Todd, E ; E. R. Raymond.B ; 
Hatfield. M 

Huntington. Isaac Jones, E 

Monroe Daniel Jones, C ; Rodney Rossiter, E 

New-Canaan Theopilus Smith, C ; Charles J« 
Todd, E 

New-Faii field George Coan, C ; Uriah Mead, M 

Newtown Nathaniel N. Urmston, C ; Samuel C. 
Strattan, E ; Matthew Bachelor, B ; Solo. Glover, U 

Norwalk Edwin Hall, C ; Jackson Kemper, E ' y 

Ridgefield Charles G. Selleck, Nathan Burton C ; 
Charles J. Todd. E ; James C oleman, M 

Reading William L. Strong, C ; Lemuel B. Hull,E 

Stamford Daniel Smith, Henry Fuller, C ; A. S, 
Todd, E ; John Ellis, B 

Sherman Maltby Gelston, C 

Stratford Frederick W. Chapman, C ; George C. 
Shepard, E ; J. Youngs, M ; Stephen Curtiss, Jame» 
H.Linsley, B 

Trumbull James Kant, C ; Rodney Rossiter, £; 
- ■ ■ Travice, M 



108 CLERGYMEN. 



Weston John Noyes, George H. Hulin, C ; Lu- 
ther Mead, M 

Wilton Samuel Merwin, C ; Aaron W. Whiting, B 

WINDHAM COUNTY. 

Brooklyn George J. Tillotson, C ; Ezra B. Kel- 
logg, E ; Samuel J. May, Unitarian 

Ashford Reuben Torry, C 

Canterbury Otis C. Whiton, Asa King, C ; George 
8. White, E; Levi Kneeland, B 

Chaplin Lent S. Hough, C ; Elias Sharpe, B 

Hampton Daniel G. Sprague, C ; Dextar Bullard, 
James Burnham, Alfred Burnham, Ciiristian 

Killingly Elisha Atkins, William Bushnell, John 
N. Whipple, Roswell Whitmore, C 

Plainfield Samuel Rockwell, C • Nathaniel Cole, B 

Pomfret Amzi Benedict, C ; Plurality, E ; Nicho- 
las Branch, B 

Sterling Otis Lane, C ; Peleg Peckham, B 

Thompson Daniel Dow, C j James Grow, B , C. 
Virgin, M 

Voluntown Otis Lane, C ; Nathaniel Sheffield, 
Gersham Palmer, John H. Baker, B 

Windham Jesse Fisher, John Storrs, C ; Levi H. 
Corson, E ; Alvin Gregory, B • Roger Bingham, 
Christian 

Woodstock William M. Cornell, Orson Cowles, 
Foster Thayer, C • George B. Atwell, Albert Cole, B 

LITCHFIELD COUNTY. 

Litchfield L. P. Hickok, J. F. Warner, J. E. 

Camp, C ; Samuel Fuller, jr. D. G. Tomlinson, 

Keeler, E ; Alvah Stone, 2d M 

Barkhampstead William R. Gould, C ; Daniel M 

Hitchkock, M 

Bethlem Paul Couch, C ; Joseph Scott, E 
Canaan Charles Prentice, Henry H. Woodbridge,C 
Colebrook Edward R. Tyler, C ; Wm. McCarty,B 
Cornwall William Andrews, Walter Smith, C<j Le* 

vi Peck, B 



CLERGYMEN. 109 



Goshen Grant Powers, George Carrington, C 

Harwinton George E. Pierce, C 

Kent Vacant, C ; Vacant, E 

New- Hartford Cyrus Yale, C 

New-Milford Herman Rood, C ; Enoch Hunting- 
ton, E ; Nathan D. B.cnedict, B ; Josiah L. Dickin- 
son, M 

Norfolk Joseph Eldredge, C ; Harmon Ellis, B 

Plymouth Luther Hart, C ; Daniel Burhans,D.D. E 

Xloxhury Fosdick Harrison, C 

Salisbury Leonard E. Lathrop C ; L. M. Purdy,E 

Sharon David L. Perry, Frederick Gridley, C ; 
Lucius M. Purdy, E ; J. Fields, M 

Torrington Milton Heeley, Epaphias Goodman, C 

Warren Hart Talcott, C ; Charles Everett, M 

Washington Gordon Hays, Robett B. Campfield, 
C ; Henry S. Atwater, E 

Watertown Darius O. Griswold, C ; Frederick 
Holcomb, E 

Winchester Frederick Marsh, James Beach, C ; 
Daniel Coe, M 

Woodbury Samuel R, Andrew, Grove L. Brown* 
ell, C j James Scott, E ; Ralph Gilbert, M 

MIDDLESEX COUNTY. 

Middletown John R« Crane, Zebulon Crocker, 
James Rogers, jr. Stephen ToplifT, William H. Beech- 
er, C ; Smith Pyne, E • John Cookson, Erastus Doty, 
B ; Wilbur Fisk, d. d. Bartholomew Creagh, Laban 
Clark, Frederick Jacob Huber, Daniel D. & Whedon, 
Herman Bangs, Daniel Burrows, M ; John JDraytou, 
African 

Haddam John Marsh, C ; Nathaniel Kellosrg, M 

Chatham Hervey Talcott, Loper, Samuel J. 

Curtiss, C ; William Jarvis, Gear, E 

Durham Henry Gleason, C 

East-Haddam Isaac Parsons,Nathaniel Miner, Jo's 
Vaill, R. S. Crampton, C ; 8imon Dickerson, Benjamin 
GofT, ■ Watrous, B ; Alpheus Hayden, M 

Killingworth Luke Wood, Ephraim G. Swift, C 



110 CLERGYMEN. 



Saybrook Frederick W. Hotchkiss, Aaron Hovey, 
Sylvester Selden, William Case, C , John M. Guyon, 
Stephen Beach, E 

TOLLAND COUNTY. 

Tolland Abram Marsh, C ; Hiram Gregg, M ; 
Levi Walker, B 

Bolton James Ely, C 

Columbia David Diekerson, C 

Coventry Chauncey Booth, George A. Calhoun.Al^ 
pha Miller, C ; Isaac Dwinnel, B ; Windsor Ward, M* 

Ellington DiodateBrockway, Lavius Brockway, C 

Hebron Charles Nichols, C ; Alpheus Geer, E , 
Peter Griffin, M 

Mansfield William Ely, Anson S. Atwood,C ; John 
H. Hunt, B ; Heath, M 

Stafford Moses B. Church, Elliott Palmer, C j 

Snell, B 

Somers Rodney G. Dennis, C 

Union Alva Underwood, C ; Stephen Fairbank, M 

Vernon Chester Humphrey, C 

Wellington Francis Wood, C : Sam'l S. Mallery,M 



BISHOPS OF THE PROTESTANT EPISCQ. 
PAL CHURCH IN THE UNITED STATES. 

Right Rev. Wm. White, D. D., of Pennsylvania ; U. 
Underdonk, D. D. Assistant Bishop of do. ; Benjamin 
T. Underdonk, D. D., of New-York ; Alexander V. 
Griswold, D. D., of the Eastern Diocese; J. H. Hop- 
kins, D. D-, of Vermont; Richard C. Moore, D. D., of 
Virginia ; Wm. Meade, D. D. Assistant Bishop of do. ; 
George W Doane, D. D. of New-Jersey; Nathaniel 
Bowen, D. D. of South-Carolina ; Charles P. Mcll- 
vaine, D. D , of Ohio ; Thomas C. Brownell, D D L L 
D, of Connecticut ; Levi S. Ives, D. D., of North Car- 
olina ; Wm M. Stone, D. D.,of Maryland ; Benjamin 
B. Smith, D. D., of Kentucky ; James H. Otey, of 
Tennessee j Philander Chase, residing in Michigan. 



CLEROYMEtf. 111 

METHODIST BISHOPS. 

William McKendce, Robert R. Roberts, Joshua 
Soule, Elijah Hedding, James O. Andrew, John Emory, 

ROHAN CATHOLIC BISHOPS. 
Rt. Rev'ds Dr. Whitfield, Archbishop of Baltimore j 
Dr. David, Bardstown ; Dr. England, Charleston ; Dr. 
Rosati, St. Louis ; Dr. Fenwick, Boston ; Dr Dubois, 
New- York; Dr. fe end rick, Philadelphia; Dr. Pease, 
Detroit ; Dr. Percell, Cincinnati , Dr Portier, Mobile ; 
Senior Suffragan, Bardstown, Dr. Flaget. 

Episcopal Conventional Meetings, 

General Convention meet at such time in every third 
year as may be appointed by the preceding Convention, 

The next will meet in Philadelphia on the third 
Wednesday in August, 1835. 

Eastern Diocess, last Wednesday in September; 
Maine, second Wednesday in June ; New-Hampshire, 
fourth Wednesday in June; Massachusetts, third 
Wednesday in June ; Rhode-Island, second Tuesday in 
June; Vermont, last Tuesday in May; Connecticut, 
cecond Tuesday in October ; New-York, first Tuesday 
in October ; New-Jersey, last Wednesday in May. 
Rev. William Jarvis, Secretary of Convention. 



HARTFORD LYCEUM. 
Nathan Johnson, Esq., President. 
Jesse Olney, Vice-President. 
H. Walkley, Secretary. 
L. Kennedy, Jr., Treasurer 
Executive Committee. — Edward Goodman, P. 
Goldthwait, P. A. Goodwin, 

NEW-LONDON LYCEUM. 
JR, A. Manwaring, President. Geo. S. Hazard Sec*f» 



112 MILITTA. 



militia. 



HIS EXCELLENCY 

HENRY W. EDWARDS, 

Captain General and Commander-in-Chief. 

Col. Silas Mix, ) .,., , r y^- 

n i mu ij o } Aids-de-Lamp. 

Col. Thomas H. Seymour, ) l 

HIS HONOR 

EBENEZER STODDARD, 
Lieutenant General. 
Major William Henry Allen, ) \-j j p 
Major Francis B. Johnson, ) " a mp. 

Major General George Cowles, Adjutant General. 
General Nathan Johnson, Quartermaster General, 

Henry C.Porter, > AsQi t tfl 

Nathan Colton, ) 

Colonel James Ward, Commissary General. 
Major Hezekiah Goddard, Paymaster General. 



GOVERNOR'S GUARDS. 
First Company William J. Denslow, Maj. Com'dt 
Horse. George Seymour, Capt. and IstLt. 
Lester Sexton, 2d Lieut. 
Vacant, Cornet. 
Bonney, duartermaster. 

[No returns of 2d Company Horse.] 

First Company Calvin Day, Major Commandant* 
Foot. James G. Bolles, Capt. and 1st Lt. 

Garry T. Newell, 2d Lieut. 
James M. Bunce, 3d Lieut. 
Norman Burr, 4th Lieut. 
AHeu C. Boardman, Ensign. 



MILITIA. 113 

find Company John Merriman, Major Commandant. 
foot. Matthew II. Read, Capt and 1st Lt. 
Lucius K. Dow, 2nd Lieutenant. 
Everard Benjamin, 3d Lieutenant. 
Edwin J Peck, 4th Lieutenant, 
William B. Peck, Ensign. 

INFANTRY. 



FIRST DIVISION. 

Consisting of the First and Second Brigades. 
Walter Booth, Major General. 

Major George D Oowlea, j Aids-de-Camp. 

Major Isaac I Tibbals, ) r 

Lieut Col- Horatio N Fowler, Division Inspector. 
Major Elias Holt, Division duarter-Master. 

FIRST BRIGADE, 

Consisting of the 1st, 6th, 14th, 17th, and 25th Regi- 
ments Infantry, and 1st and 4th Regiments Cavalry. 
William Hayden, Esq- Brigadier General. 
Spencer M. Clark. Aid-de-Camp 
Sanford B Grant, Brigade Major and Inspector. 
Cicero Phelps, Brigade Quarter-master. 

FIRST REGIMENT. 

Thomas Roberts, Colonel. 

Hiram Roberts, Lieut Col. Thomas A Terry, Major. 

D. M Seymour, Adjutant ; Walter Clapp, Gtuartep- 

master ; Samuel Barber^ Pay-master ; M H. Smith, 

Chaplain ; John J. Abernethy, Surgeon ; R A White, 

Surgeon's Mate ; Gad Sheldon, Sergeant Major ; 

Moore, Gtuarter-master Sergeant 

Light Infantry. 
Captains. Lieutenant3. Ensigns 

Mason Gross, L Wads worth, James Benton, 
Tho'sGriswold,jr.E, Francis, S. Doming. 

8 



114 



MILITIA. 



Rifle Company. 

Ilalph Goodwin, N. Seymour, H.C.Hale. 

Battalion Company, 



Leonard ]3utler, 
Morris Earle, 
L R. Wells, 
E Chapman, 
B, Graham, jr. 
Ira Soper, 
R. G. Weils, 



John Cartel, 
S. P. Spencer, 
T. Francis, 
M. Barber, 
E. C Latimer, 
ElfPhelps, 
J. G. Olmsted, 



D. Hawley, 
Wm. Noble, 
M Norris, 
G. C- Morgan, 
M. Burr, 
D. Marshall, 
F. F. Olmsted, 



SIXTH REGIMENT. 

Henry D. Smith, Colonel. 
Win. Buikley, Lieut, Col. Everlin Buikley, Major. 
J. R. Young, Adjutant ; N. G. Corning," Quarter- 
master ; H. D, Hall, Pay-master ; D. Harrison, Sur- 
geon ; T. T- Miller, Surgeon's Mate ; Enoch Rob- 
erts, Sergeant Major ; Wm. Hale, duarter-master Ser- 
geant ; E. Tryon, Drum Major ; J.J. Diraock, Fife 
Major 

Light Infantry^ 

Captains. Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

T. Whitmore, D. Penfield, N. Taylor, 

Rifle Companies. 
Wm J. Gilbert, G. C. Pelton, D, J. Johnson. 
C. Pelton, E, B. White, II. S. Conklin 

Enoch Coe, D. B. Miller, J. L. Bacon, 

E ? B. Meigs, W. B^ Stone, O. L. Camp. 

Battalion Companies. 






F. Sage, 
E* Deming, 
P. M. Hough, 
J. R. Johnson, 
Wm. Loveland, 
K. Coe, 
A. Brainard, 
S annuel Bud, 



M. Me. Nary, 
N. Smith, 
E. r L. Sage, 
E. Cotton, 
E. Hubbard, 
M. Thomas, 
S. Johnson, 
E. Cornier, 



J. Arnold, 

A A Buck, 
R B Morgan, 
A North, 
RCoe, 

C Sheldon, 
John Camp, 



MILITIA.. 



114 



FOURTEENTH REGIMENT. 

, Colonel. 

E. Tillotson, Lieut. Col. J. R G. Andrews, Major. 
Ira Stanley, Jr Adjutant; A.F. Williams, Quarter, 
master; G. F. Mitchell, Pay-master; C. Root, Sor. 
geant Major ; A- E- Hart, (iuarier-Master Sergeant. 



Captains, 
Eli Moore, 
11. L. Bidwell, 

Earl Frisby, 

G„ Still man, 
E. Barnes, 
O. Andrews, 
O. Tittotson, 
Wm. Bull, 
L* Hough, 



. Light Infantry- 
Lieutenants, 
Carlos Curtis, 
E. Porter, 
Rifle Company. 
1\ Scox'ill, 



Ensigns. 
Collingwood Hart v 
T- Porter, 



Battalion Companies.. 
E, A Lewis, 
H. M. Welch, 
S. L. Gridley, 
E. Porter, 
Joel Bunne], 
T. Chatraaa, 



C„ Sessions. 



F W. Cowles, 
P« P. BjurwelJ, 
J. M. Matthews, 
LI. Woodford, 
M. Warriner, 
E. Ma rev* 



•SEVENTEENTH REGIMENT, 

Isaac Phelps, Colonel. 

Ansel Humphreys, Lieut. Col. , Major. 

A. Phelps, Adjutant ; M, Hayes, Quarter-master ; 
Allen McLean, Chaplain; G, U. Sanford, Surgeon.; 
N« U, Thrall i Qtuarter-master Sergeant, 
Light Infantry. 
P. Ciemans, R S Porter, 

R. B. Dennison, Vacant. 
Rifle Company., 
. O. H. Baker, Vacant 

Battalion Companies. 
J. Eno, J. Fuller, D. Humphrey, 

X Carroll, E. Spencer, W. G. Cooper, 

P. O. Buell, X Bacon, N, Wliiting, 

G. Cowles, W. Tabbrut, E. Talbot, 

G. Mills, 1ST. L. Bristol, Vacant, 

X Phelps, P. Harmond, Vacant, 

A. Case, Lu Loomis, N. Holcomb, jr„ 



A. B. Holcomb, 
G. Lewis, 

A. H. Adams, 



1 lG MILITIA. 

J. M. Dibbill, D. C. Hays, I. I. Verts, 

L. H. Humphrey, A.N. Humphreys,0. Case. 
tOth Company, no returns. 



TWENTY-FIFTH REGIMENT. 

Samuel Pitkin, Colonel. 
J. B. Chapman, Lieut. Col. J. S. Bartlett, Major. 
J. Ellsworth, Adjutant ; A. K. Parsons, Quarter- 
master ; Samuel H. Parsons, Pay-master ; S. 1J. Rid- 
dell, Chaplain ; Horatio Dow, Surgeon ; W. C. Loo- 
tnls, Surgeon's Mate, Roswell B. Ward, Sergeant 
Major ; H. McKinney, Ctuarter-master Sergeant ; Sep- 
timus Stocking, File Major ; Vincent Strickland, 
Drum Major. 

Light Infantry. 
Captains. Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

Ralph Watson, E. H. Watson, G. Thompson, 

Rifle Companies. 
John Moore, T. L. Bancroft, Harry Elmay, 

Bela Abbott, A. U. Tracy, Horace Taylor, 



Battalion Companies. 



Horace Grant, 
Horace Talcott, 
T. C. Franklin, 
(X H. Munson, 
W. M. Allyn. 
A. Keeney, 
K. Hart, 
F. McLean, 



E. L. Clapp, 
T. Wells, 
S. Brewer, Jr. 
J. B. Gleason, 
Hiram Smith, 
Asa Peters, 
D. H. Stevens, 
D. F. Miner, 



Lyman Grant, 
Guy Sampson, 
A. Brewer, 
L. M. Button, 
S. Backland. 
Goodrich Hollister 
E. Miller, Jr. 
J. Chapman, Jr. 



FIRST REGIMENT CAVALRY. 

O. C.Phelps, Jr., .Colonel. 

F. vv. Grant, Major. 
S. S. Clark Adjutant ; W. H. Danforth, duarter* 
toaster ; J. Bradley, Pay-master ; S. S. Mallory, 
C&aplain ; A. Skinner, Surgeon * H. C. Gillet, Sur- 
geon's Mate ; Wyllis King, Sergeant Major ; Wm. F. 
Webster, Gtuarter-master" Sergeant j Pinney Case, 
Trumpet Major. 



MILITIA. 11? 

1st Company. James S. Pratt, Captain. Charles 
E. Cornish, 1st Lieutenant ; Trumbull Humphrey, 2nd 
Lieutenant ; Joel Case, Cornet. 

2nd. James A. Thompson, Captain ; J. F. Skinner, 
I st Lieutenant ; W. Smith. 2nd Lieutenant; S. W. 
Thompson, Cornet. 

3d. Cyril Johnson, Captain ; J. Work, Jr., 1st 
Lieutenant ; F. A. Strong, 2nd Lieutenant ; S. Dfrn- 
ock, Cornet. 

4th. S. Billings, Jr. Captain ; A. Sheldon, 1st Lieiv- 
tenant; A. Parsons, 2nd Lieutenant ; John McKnight, 
Jr., Cornet. 

FOURTH REGIMENT CAVALRY. 

Chauncey Porter, Colonel 
F. Dunham, Major. 

Edward Hart Adjutant ; H. R. Griswold, Paymaster,; 
C. A. Goodrich, Chaplain : S. Whiting Sergeant Ma- 
jor ; G. A. Lewis Surgeon; A. Whiting, duartar- 
master Sergeant • W. Porter, Trumpet Major. 

1st Company. D. M. Bacon, Captain ; £>. Hall, 1st 
Lieutenant ; S. Hubbard, 2nd Lieutenant j A. Miller, 
Cornet. 

2nd. T. Clark, Captain; C. R. Byington, Ul 
Lieutenant ; L. Upson, Cornet. 

3d. W. G. Rowe, Captain; L. Woodford, lsl 
Lieutenant ; A. Cowles, 2nd Lieutenant ; D. Clark, 
Cornet. 

4th. H. Wilson, Captain ; S. Merriman, 1st Lieu- 
tenant ; £ P. Langdon, 2nd Lieutenant ; T. S. Rob- 
bins Cornet. 



SECOND BR1GADK. 

Consisting of the 2nd, 7th, 10th and 22nd Regiment* 
Infantry. 

Edwin R. Yale, Brigadier General. 
Alpheus S Williams, Aid-de-camp. 
Edwin W. Budington, Brigade Major and lnspoetor, 
John E. Uhlhorn/Brigade Quarter-master, 



US MILtTU. 

SECOND REGIMENT, 

Elford E. Jarman, Colonel, 
Joseph Parker, Lieut, Col. C. Bostwick, Jr. Major, 
Henvy C* Atwater, Adjutant; Charles P. Brown, 
duarter-master ; Anson T. Colt, Pay-master; AsaM, 
Train, Chaplain ; Josiah F, Hunt, Surgeon ; Richard 
M.- Treadway, Sergeant Major ; Charles B. Lines,. 
Q,uarter-master Sergeant. ; Stephen Wilcoxon, Drum 

Major; Baldwin, Fife Major, 

Flank Companies, 
Captains, Lieutenants. Ensigns, 

Richard Oviatt, Charles Tibbals, Charles Baldwin, 
R. Hotchkiss, Jr, B,M, Prescott, Nobio Towner, 

Rifle Company. 
Nathan F. Hall, Newton Piatt, Charles Thomas, 

Battalion Companies, 
Win, A. Bristol, A. D. Norton, James Hunt, Jr. 
Samuel Laforge, Albert Merwin, Horace Brown, 
Daniel C. Auger, James E. English, Theo. D. Reed, 
C Tomlinson, D. L. Parmelee, I Buckingham, 
Harvey Rowe, James Woodward, James Thompson, 
William Hmman, Edward Bootey, H. W. Upson, 
Vacant, Vacant, Wm. D. Lum, 

Abner S, Bald win, Vacant, Win. F. Bradley, 

SEVENTH- REGIMENT. 

Joseph Stannard, Colonel, 

S. Huntington, Lieut. Col. David Dibble, Jr., Major, 
John R. Farnham, Adjutant ; Mortimer C. Meigs, 
Ctuarter Master ; Charles Snow, Pay-master; Sylves- 
ter Selden, Chaplain ; Asa H. King, Surgeon ; David 
DeForest Surgeon's Mate ; Wm. EL Baell, Sergeant 
Major ; Ezra S. Williams, Quarter-master Sergeant ; 
Orrfri Shailor, Drum Major ; Hervey Brainard, Fife 
Major. 

Flank Companies. 

Captains. Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

W. Bucll, Wm. L. Morgan, Russel Stannard, 

G. A. Freeman, Theodore Childs, John B, Barry. 



MILITIA. 119 

Rifle Company. 
John Denison, Samuel Stevens, Edward H. Pratt. 

Battalion Companies. 
Sumner Buell, Henry C. Walker, J. E. Whittlesey, 
C> Dickinson, Jaretl H. Shailor, Samuel Ventris, 
Jeddediah Stone, Julius Dudley, It. W. Stevens, 
No returns. No returns. No returns. 

E. Southworth, N> I. Pratt, N. B. Prat!;, 

J. B. Chittman. Wffii Bushnell, Joseph B.Wilcox, 
C. G. Southworth,HezekiahKirtlandJohn Watrous, 
J. S. Hubbard, Daniel Brainard, Atwood Spencer, 

TENTH REGIMENf. 

George Rose, Colonel. 
Lieut. Col., Vacant. Willis Tuttle, Major. 
John H. Cooke, Adjutant ; Augustus Page, Gtuarter- 
master ; Wilnian Palmer, Pay-master ; Samuel N. 
Hhcpard, Chaplain ; Joel H. Canfield, Surgeon ; Je- 
rome B. Pomeroy, Surgeon's Mate; Horace L. Dudley, 
Sergeant Major; Vacant, duartcr-master Sergeant; 
Ralph Hill, Drum Major; Samuel Cook, Fife Major. 
Light Infantry Company. 
Captains. Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

Miner Harrison, Lysander Dudley,Luman Atwater. 

Battalion Companies. 
John E. Fowler, William Fowler, Lewis Benton, 
Daniel Howd, William Hall, H. Merriman, 
Bimjamin Rogers, Philo Walden, James Averill, 
Vacant. David Blakslee, Edward Hanks, 

Vacant. Jared Willard, J. H. Crampton, 

Benj. Page, Jr. Jerome Harrison, Dana B. Page, 
N. Bartlet, Grove Hubbard, E. M. Field, 

Enos Rogers, Asahel Scranton, Daniel C. Norton, 

Philander Cook, Wm. M. Fowler, A. T. Fowler, 

TWENTY-SECOND REGIMENT. 

Chauncey Root, Colonel. 
Russcl Ailing, Lieut. Col. Enoch W. Frost, Major. 
Joel H. Guy, Adjutant ; Edward Guy, Quarter-mas- 
ter ; George Warner, Pay-master ; Samuel Hickoek, 



120 MILITIA. 

Sergeant Major; Jared Pritchard, Quarter Master Ser- 
geant ; Rassel Barlow, Chaplain ; Daniel Porter Jr., 
kurgeon ; Ira Couch, Drum Major ; Giles Hotchkisa, 
Fife Major. 

Light Infantry Companies. 
Captains. Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

Leonard PritehardDavid B. Hurd, Merit Tompkins 
Simon Brooks, A. M. Hitchcock, R. Andrews 

Battalion Companies. 
David A. SpragueJuliusC. Bronson,Elias Beebee 
Jared B. Moss, Joseph Moss, Charles Shelton 
Henry Peck, Ezra Belden, C. A. Curtiss 

L* Tuttle, Jr. Vacant. Vacant. 

Hector Porter, Henry L. Terrell, Wm. Bateman 
No return. No return. No return. 

Ko return. No return. No return. 

G. • I. Gilbert, C.-H. Atwater, Lewis Perkins 

SECOND DIVISION. 

Consisting of the 3d and 5th Brigades. 

John C. Howard, Esq. Major General. 

Major LaFayette S.Foster, ) .., , 
Major Henry G. Taintor, J Aids-de-camp. 

Lieut. Col, Asa Childs, Division Inspector. 

Major James B. Goddard, Division Q,uarter-master. 

THIRD BRIGADE. 

Consisting of the 3d, 8th, 18th and 20th Reg'st Inf. 
John T. Peters, Esq. Brigadier General. 
Joseph G. I sham, Aid-de-Camp. 
George Kingsley, Brigade Major and Inspector, 
Morton Taintor, Brigade Quarter-master. 

THIRD REGIMENT. 

Jason Beckwith, Colonel. 
I Peter C. Turner, Lt. Col. Francis Jones, Major. 
M. C. Raymond, Adjutant ; Enoch V. Stoddard, 
GCuarter-master ; William G, Thatcher, Pay-master ; 



MILITIA. 121 



Chester Tilden, Chaplain ; Abel T. Sizer, Surgeon ; 
Ebenezer Learned, jr. Mirgeon's Mate ; Courtland 
Starr, Sergeant major ; George S. Hazard, Quarter- 
master Sergeant ; Giles Chapman, Drum major; Ad- 
ams Rathbone, Fife major. 

Flank Companies. 
Captams. Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

Nathan Beckwith,Charles Freneh, Royal Chancy, 
Cyrus swan. William E. Cone. J. R. Martin. 

Battalion Companies. 
George C.Wilson. Jos. C. Douglass, James II. Turner 
Ezra Wood, Wm. S. (lark, Augustus H.Clark 

J. L. Chapman, Calvin Stoddard, Abishai A. Baker 
F. B. Loomi3, F. W. Bolles George T. Adam* 

David Bates, James Beck with, W. H.Man waring 

L. B. Ely, V. M. Johnson, James 1. Lord 

William Ransom, Israel A. Jones, 
Elijah Baker, Hubbel Jones, H. L. Watrous 

EIGHTH REGIMENT. 

Ezra Hewitt, Colonel. 
Wm. Morgan, Lieut. Col ; Wm. C. Staunton, Major. 
Calvin G. Wheeler, Adjutant ; Vacant Quarter-mas- 
ter ; Paul W. Noyes, Pay-master ; Joseph Ayer,Chap- 
lain ; Thomas P. Wattles, Surgeon ; William Hyde, 
Surgeon's mate ; Roger G. Avery, Sergeant major ; 
Benjamin Hewitt, Quarter-master Sergeant ; Stephen 
H. Wheler, Drum major ; Sam'l N. Newton, Fife maj, 
Flank Companies. 
Captains. Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

John Guard, Elias Gallup, William P.Morgan, 

Daniel Holines, J. Chapman, jr. Z. F. Staunton 
Battalion Companies. 
No returns of first Company. 
Giles Haley, Albert Haley, Nelson Haley 

Robert Frink, Nathan York, jr. W. B. Williams 
Benj. Gallup, jr. Joseph H. Smith, Molbey Faxon 

No returns 
Francis Sheffield, Elisha D. Noyes, Dudley P. Browa 



122 MILITIA. 

Latham Hull, jr. B. He wit, Joshua D. Brown 

H. Langworthy, James A. Noyes, Asa A. Avery 

Rifle Company. 
Cha's Chipman, Edmund Spicer, James L Brown 

EIGHTEENTH REGIMENT. 

Joseph Tilden, Colonel. 
James Roath, Lieutenant Col ; John Wattles, Major. 
Nathaniel C. Paxton, Adjutant ; Wm. Prentice, Gluar- 
tcr-master ; Asa L. Latham, Pay-master ; Edward 
Bull, Chaplain ; Charles H. Dutton, Surgeon ; Thorn- ' 
as S. Bosworth, Surgeon's mate ; Griswold E. Mor- 
gan, Sergeant major ; Eleazer Hnntington,Q,uarter-mas- 
ter Sergeant ; Stephen Payne, Drum major ; William 
S. Cooley, Fife Major. 

Flank Companies. 
Captains. Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

Russel Hinckley, George M.R,obertsWilliam Lewis 
J. Beaumont, Lester Babcock, John L. Cook 

Battalion Companies. 
Tho's Skinner, W. G. Ramsdell, J. W. Shepperd 
J. Woodmansee, H. M. Brown, Wm. W. Avery 
Ansel Dewey, L. L.. Huntington, J. C. Williams 
John B. Lamb, Gilbert Lamb, jr. Josiah T. Willis 
Samuel Cook, James Leonard, Archibald Fry 

D. B, Lovett, John H. Brooks, Levi C. Corning 
Tracy Gates, Henry J. Gallup, Elijah Olin 

E. Hough, jr. Havillah Morey, Noyes Scisson 

Rifle Companies. 
Elias H. Maine, S. Huntington, Wm. Brewster 
Guidon A. Jones, D. B. Hopkins, S. H, Barstow 



TWENTIETH REGIMENT. 

Charles F. Day, Colonel. 
Theodore H. Arnold, Lt. Col ; Orrin Warner, Major. 
Alfred B. Isham, Adjutant ; Alfred B. Pierce, Quar- 
ter-master ; Asa Day, jr. Pay master ; Roger G.Isham- 
Chaplain ; Ezekiel W. Parsons, Surgeon ; W. T. 
Huntington, Surgeon's mate; John R.Porter, Sergeant 



MILITIA. ¥23 

major ; Asahcl O. Comstock, Gluarter-master Ser- 
geant ; Solomon B. Foote, Drum major ; HoraccBrown, 
Fife major. 

Flank Company. 
Captains'. Lieutenants. Ensigns'. 

George A. Gillct, Epaphras Porter, Josiah C. Gilbert 

Riile Company. 
Pomcroy Hall, II. S. Taintor, E. Edmonson 
Battalion Companies. 

Rich'd S. Pratt, Holmes, Gates 

J -I. Knowles, Joel D. Gillct, Jirah I. Bulkley 

Amos Rich, Arnold, Brainard 

S. C. Manwaring, Hardin, Carrier 

John Strenham, Ackley, Buckingham 

Giles Shattuck, Seymour Kellogg, Cephas C. Brown 

Julius Gates, Smith, Willard Sears 

Chappell, Brown, Loomeer 



FIFTH BRIGADE. 

Consisting of the 5th, 11th, 19th and 32d, Regiments 
Infantry and 2d Regiment Cavalry. 

Waterman C. Clark, Brigadier General, elect. 
Vacant, Aid-dc-camp. 
Horace Gaylord, Brigade Major and Inspector, 
• Alfred Hammond, Brigade Gluarter-master. 



FIFTH REGIMENT, 

Chaunccy F. Cleaveland, Colonel elect. 
Wm. L. Gillson, Lt. Col j Leonard Day, Major, elect 

William Brown, Adjutant ; Lucien H. Clark, dr. 
master ; Chester A. Woodworth, Paymaster ; Daniel 
G. Sprague, Chaplain ; C. S. Avery, Surgeon ; John 
A. Perkins, Surgeon's mate ; David Gallup, Sergeant 
major ; George P. Bradford, (Quartermaster Sergeant ; 
C. N. Palmer, Drum major; William H. Hovey, Fifo 
major. 



124 MILITIA. 

Flank Companies. 
Captains. Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

William Bennett, Asa Kimball, John R. Tweedy, 

Second Company Disbanded. 

Rifle Companies. 
J. F, Wilbur, John M. ^mith, Gaidner Rouse 

John H. Capen, John S. Gillson, G. W. Hibbard 

Battalion Companies, 
George Phillips, Samuel Phillips, William Hosmer 
Nathan Spalding, Edwin Ames, A. H. Walker 

Benj Brown, jr. Jasper Martin, Thomas Bramin 
Uriah B. Tracy, A. M Kimball, J. L. Palmer 
Marshal Smith, Walter Smith, A. Lyon 
N. Flint, J. A. Hovey, A. D. Holt 

P. M.Burlingame,George T. Hill, John P. Kassom 
Vacant, Erastus Short, G. C. Arnold 



ELEVENTH REGIMENT. 

Vacant Colonel. 
A. A. Williams, Lt. Col ; Moses C. Sessions, Major, 
Aaron M. Lyon, Adjutant ; R. W. Bullock, Gtuar- 
ter- master ; Daniel P. Dow, Pay-master ; F. Thayer, 
Chaplain j Asa Witter Surgeon ; Eieazer Litchfield, 
Surgeon's mate ; Danforth Childs, Sergeant Major ; 
Charles Matthewson, Quartermaster Sergeant ; Thom- 
as Browning, Drum major ; Ezra Hammond, Fife maj. 
Flank Companies. 
Captains. Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

John W. Welles, L. W. Lyon, John Dodge 

Samuel E. Joy, Calvin Randall, Shermon Town 

Rifle Companies. 
N. H. Parkis, Wm. Osgood L. Thompson 

J.J.Green, N. P. Sessions, Elliot Jocelyn 

Luther Day, H. L. Danielson, Norman Kelly- 

Battalion Companies. 

Giles Williams 



B. T. Grosvenor. C. Lumbard, 
L. Chamberlain, C. Davenport, 
S. B. Covil, Jacob Ballard, 
J. Dexter, Jared Williams, 

C, Briggs, H. B. Childs, 



S. Davenport 
E. H. Maffitt 
J. W. Danielson 
D. W. Chandler 



MILITIA. 125 

J. B. Jacobs, V. Ballard, George Davis 

John ChainbcrlainP. Corbin, Salter Perrin 

B. Foster, jr. Frink Crawford, Warren Marcy 

Hosea Edmunds, S. Moore, Jr. Russ Green 

E. W. Sessions, Seth Chase, 2d G. W. Randall 



NINETEENTH REGIMENT. 

Ephraim Diinmick, Jr. Colonel. 
Asa Fuller, Lieut. Col ; Gains Wood, Major* 
Benjamin Is ham, Adjutant ; Henry Gay, Quarter- 
master ; E. J. Seringeour, Pay-master ; Elisha Frink, 
Chaplain ; Orssn Wood, Surgeon , Joseph C. Dow, 
Surgeon's mate ; N. R. James, Sergeant major ; P. 
Plimpton, Quartermaster Sergeant ; Willard Orcott, 
Drum major ; Jarvis Crandall, Fife major. 

Flank Companies. 
Captains. Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

Geo. Killam, jr. Cyrus Hodges, Vacant 
A. Francis, Wm. Stroud, ■ M. B. Harvey 

J. W. Gager, O. C. Dormon, George Steel 

Battalion Companies. 

Alonzo Booth, H. L. Belcher, George Cooley 

Charles Lathrop, E. A. Pease, William Lathrop 

Philo Fuller, O. Pease, jr. C. B Pomroy 

A, Blodget, jr. S'am'l Rockwell, 2dEb'r Colburn 

Chauncey Pease, J. L. Coolr-y, J. F. Phelps 

John VI. Houlton, E. Pember, Benajah Isham 

Parley Holmes, A. Walbridge, P. G. Cady 

TWENTY-THIRD REGIMENT. 

Amos Bugbee, Colonel. 

Armin Bolles, Lieut. Col ; John W. Squire, Major. 

C. P. Hollister, Adjutant ; Otis Woodward, Gluar- 
ter-master ; George Stebbins, Pay-master ; Warren 
Fuller, Surgeon ; J. H. w immons, Surgeon's mate ; 
Edwin Eaton, Sergeant major ; A. B. Pendleton, Or 
master Sergeant ; Frederick Storrs, Drum major j 
Chester Strickland, Fife major. 



126 MILITIA. 

Flank Companies. 

Captains. Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

Henry Dunham, Roger Waldo, C. S. Hovey 

Seldom Moseley, Jairus Chapman, Oliver Bowen 

Battalion Companies. 

Hiram Crosby, A Dimock, No return 

Simon Dow, J. N. Dow, Wm. Dormon 

W. A. Yeomans, George Wright, L. W. Dewey 

R. S. White, Z. B. Skinner, A. Bishop * 

S, A. Lamb, jr. Ira Fisk, A. H. Niles 

Calvin Daggett, Otis Sweet, A. Kingsbury* 

Fielder Watkins, Z. P. Arnold, J. B. Latham 

Levi Preston, George Tyler, Aaron Cook, jr. 

Lucius C. Utley, Nelson Neff, Charles Martin 
J. H. Buell, Cha's P. Hollister, William Perkins 

SECOND REGIMENT CAVALRY, 

Matthew Bowen, Colonel. 
Zachariah Bicknell, jr. Major. 

Harviland Wight, Adjutant ; Anson Fowler. Gluar- 
ter-master ; J. S. Chandler, Pay-master ; Philo Jud- 
ges, Chaplain ; William Witter, Surgeon ; Andrew 
French, Surgeon's mate , George Bradford, Sergeant 
major ; R. G, Burnham, Quarter-master Sergeant ; 
Francis P. Clark Trumpet major. 

1st Company. Erastus Bicknell, Captain ; Dan P. 
Storrs, 1st Lieut; John Church, 2d Lieut ; Sheimon 
Ross, Cornet. 

2d Isaac Gallup, Captain ; Wm. A. Cady, 1st Lt ; 
George Dixon, 2d Lt ; Edward Spalding, Cornet. 

3d Amos Fowler, jr. Captain ; Erastus Hutchinson, 
1st Lt ; H. Loomis, 2dLt ; C. A. Scovill, Cornet. 

4th William P. Williams, Capt ; Erasmus Rawson, 
1st Lt. ; Eiisha Lyon, 2d Lieut; Horace Sabin, Cornel, 



militia. 1<27 

THIRD DIVISION. 

Consisting of the 4th and 6th Brigades. 

Charles F. Sedgwick, Major General, 

Richard Smith, > Aid8 _ de _ Campi 

Daniel Bacon, ) L 

Alexander H. Holley, Division Inspector. 

Win. Lawrence, Division Gtuarter-master. 

FOURTH BRIGADE. 

No return of Brigade officers. 

FOURTH REGIMENT. 

Lyman Baldwin, Colonel. 
Edward Johnson, Lieut. Col. C. W. Thorp, Major 
Elias Merrick, Adjutant ; Henry Perry, Quarter- 
master ; Henry Sturgcs, Pay-master ; Ashbel Bald- 
win, Chaplain ; W. B. Nash Surgeon ; David Shelton, 
♦Surgeon's Mate ; Abijah Burroughs, Sergeant Major ; 
E. Booth, Quarter- master Sergeant; Jedediah Adams, 
Drum Major; John Wayland, Fife Major. 
Flank Companies. 
Captains. Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

2nd Company, no returns. 
Chancy Ward, No returns. Fred. Bun- 

Rifle Company. 
Nathan W. Seely,A. Peck, M. A. Parmelee 

Battalion Companies. 
Benj. Sherwood, Seth Brun, Gurdon Perry 

N. W, Burritt, 
No rerums. 
Aaron K. Morris, Dan'l Parskell 

Hezekiah Ogden, 

Cnrtiss Judson, George Davis, D. B. Booth 
L. N. Edwards, D. W. Shelton, Nathan Bennett 
Eli Levensworth, 
L.W.Clark, Judson Curtiss, Charles Curtisa 

NINTH REGIMENT. 

[No returns] 



123 



FIFTEENTH REGIMENT. 

Amzi Rogers, Colonel. 
Reuben Booth, Lt. Colonel ; T. B. Hitchcock, Major. 
Samuel W. Northrop, Adjutant ; A. H. Buck, Gtuar- 
ter-master ; George Hamilton, Pay-master ; Anson 
Rood, Chaplain ; R. B. Botsford, burgeon ; R. R. 
Peck, Sergeant major ; Preston Crofut, Drum major ; 
George Polly, Fife major 

Flank Companies, no returns, 
Battalion Companies. 



Captains. 
M. L. Barber, 
A. Hallock, 
Hart Shepard, 

No returns. 
Isaac Knapp, jr. 
Homer Lake, 

No returns. 

No returns. 
Vacant, 



Lieutauants. Ensigns. 

Henry Gregory, Ja's W. Nichols 
Elmer Baldwin, C. Leveredge 
Ambrose Shepard, Wm. B.Taylor 

Enoch Knapp, Alonzo Bigeiow 
George Hawley, Burs Foot 



David I. Glover, Edwin Botsford 



TWENTY-FOURTH REGIMENT. 

George Mead, Colonel. 

G. Middlebrooks, Lieut. Col. Eli Mallory, Major. 

Vacant, Adjutant ; Charles Davenport, Quarter- 
master ; Geo H. Randel, Paymaster; Charles J. Todd, 
Chaplain; Lloyd Seeley, Surgeon; Sylvester Mead, 
Surgeon's Mate , Wm. Belden, Sergeant Major ; Wm. 
M. Mead, Quarter-master Sergeant ; Sherman Mead, 
Drum Major ; Rufus Northrop, Fife Major. 

Flank Companies. 

Captains. Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

Eli Foot, L. Olmsted, Vacant. 

No returns. No returns. No returns. 

Wm. Squire, Joel Thorp, Walter Bradley. 



MILITIA. 129 

Battalion Companies. 
Captains. Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

Jesse Whitlock, David H. Keeler, Elbert Tottcn 
Robert James, Vacant. Vacant. 

Hull Goodyear. S. Bcnnet, Bradley Sherwood 

Vacant. Win. H. Taylor, John P. Hurlbut 

Horace L. Downs, John Goodsell, Andrew Perry 
George B. Sears, Selah Field, Gould B. Sears 

Eli Wakeman, Horace Fanton, E. T. Andrews 
8th Company, no returns. 

FIFTH REGIMENT, CAVALRY. 

Starr Nichols, Colonel, 
Henry Merwin, Major. 

George Seely, Adjutant ; F. S. Wildman, Quarter- 
master Daniel Marsh, Paymaster; E. P. Bennet, Sur- 
geon ; Williams, Surgeon's Mate j L. B. Hull, 

Chaplain ; Nathan Seeley, Jr., Sergeant Major ; Hor- 
ace Wildman, Quarter-master Sergeant. 

1st Company. Vacant, Captain ; Jerome B. Strong, 
1st Lieut. ; Erastus W. Booth, 2nd Lieut ; Orrin Car- 
tie, Cornet. 

2nd. A. E. Tweedy, Captain ; Wm. Wildman, ls t 
Lieut.; Ira Keeler, 2nd Lieut. ; J. C. Barnum, Cornet 

3d. Disbanded. 

4th. M. S. Piatt, Captain ; Wm. J. Starr, lst Lieut. 
E. N. Hine, 2nd Lieut. ; Albert Barnes, Cornet. 



SIXTH BRIGADE. 

Consisting of the 12th, 13th, 16th and 21st Regiments 
of Infantry, and 3d Regiment of Cavalry. 

Frederick Buell, Brigadier General. 

David Catlin, Aid-de-Campc 

John Cotton Smith, Jr., Brigade Major and Inspector. 

Moses Lyman, Brigade Quarter- master. 



130 



TWELFTH REGIMENT. 

Charles Hickock, Colonel. 

Joseph Amblen, Major. 

M. M. Canfield, Adjutant; John C. Amblen, Q,r. 

Master ; Titus A. Bryant, Paymaster ; T. L. Shipman,, 

Chaplain ; Chauncey W. Hatch, Surgeon ; Anthony 

B. Burritt, Surgeon's Mate ; Camp, Sergeant 

Major ; Alvin Tyler, Gtuarter-marter Sergeant ; M. A„ 
Beecher, Drum Major ; Win. Bradley, Fife Major. 
Flank Companies, 

Lieutenants, Ensigns. 

Vacant. Vacant. 

W.P. Edmond, P.Ward. 
Rifle Company. 
M. Hemingway, L. W. Cutler, G. F. Merriam 

Battalion Companies. 
J. R. Edwards, Vacant. Vacant 

Vacant. T. John son > Vacant 

G. M. Kasson,, C. W. Amblen, A. Johnson 
E. Curtiss, S. Bushnell 

M. T. Bronson, P. S. Hollister 
H. Beardsley; Vacant 
T. M. Gillett, C. Ward 
A. Piatt, C. Curtiss 



Captains. 
S. M. Stone, 
A. Guthrie, 



A. Buell, 
P. Hickock, 
£. Cogswell, 
P. N. Hodge, 
\. P. Piatt, 



THIRTEENTH REGIMENT. 

Anson Rogers, Colonel. 
Hiram Holcomb, Lt. Col. Nathaniel Benedict, Majors 
Edwin White, Adjutant ; Riley M. Rexford, Quar- 
ter Master ; John R. Harrison, Paymaster ; Burret 
North, Surgeon ; Alpheus Beers, Sergeant Major, Al- 
bert B. Hart, Quarter-master Sergeant j Jesse Lake, 

Drum Major j , Fife Major. 

Flank Companies. 
Captains. Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

J. C. Hosford, George Wilcox, C. L. Hunt 
S. G. Gould, J. Scovill, 2nd, Vacant. 
Eleazer Jenkins, Vacant. John S. Jewett 



MILITIA 131 

Battalion Companies. 
Captains. Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

G. Lawrence, Seth S. Rockwell,David P. Day, 
W. Mills, John C. Berry, Linus F. Fuller, 

K. Hunt, Virgil Roberts, Buel Lake 

H. Church, A. E. Pettee, W. Whittlesey, 

>seph North, Jr. MerrittPendleton,F. Hurlbut, 

6tb Company, no returns. 

smond S. GreenTho's B. BosworthWm. Jones, 
Hutchinson, Everitt St. John, Joel S. Chaffee, 

SIXTEENTH REGIMENT." 

Heman W. Childs, Colonel. 
fc lph G. Camp, Lieut Col. Edwin Talmadge, Major. 
A. S.W. Goodwin, Adjutant; Miner R. Deming,Ctr. 
ister; J. G. Candec, Surgeon; J. G. Reckwith, 

rgeon's Male; Hoadley, Sergeant Major; 

m. Bolles, GLuarter-master Sergeant ; Asa E. Sperry 
urn Major ; Dudley F. Hallock, Fife Major. 
Flank Companies. 

Captains. Lieutenants. Ensigns, 

erman Landon,Cyrus Catlin, S. W. Dudley, 
M. Humphrey, Heman Oviatt, Ira VV. Curtis3, 
irk J. Bron3on, Edward Painter, C. Gaylord. 

Rifle Company. 
manWooster, Myron Stone,- John L, Wessell,, 

Battalion Companies., 
man Gill, Vacant. Vacant. 

>ses Cook, Jr. Enos M. Smith, Vacant, 
swell Cook, Wm. Wilson, Henry Holt, 
Barber, Fred'k North, Abel S. Leach, 

irman Hall, Ezra Ferris, Wm. Bissell, 

n^y Peck, Orson Curtiss, P. W. Camp, 

nverse Clarke, Thomas A. MilIer,G. P. Bissell, 

C. Patterson, G. W. Wood, Augustus Wood, 
man Webster, L. S. Turner, David P. Turner^ 
man Bishop, J. Landon, 2nd, Vacant. 
A, G. Tald, George Camp, Fenn Aicox 



132 MILITIA. 

TWENTY-FIRST REGIMENT. 

Chester Soper, Colonel. 
Joseph Wells, Lieut. Col. Edward A. Phelps, Major. 
Joshua Hewett, Adjutant ; Hiram Goodwin, (Quarter 
master ; Edwin W. Bronson, Paymaster ; Jame! 
Beach, Chaplain ; James Welch, Surgeon ; F. B 
Graham, Surgeon's Mate ■ John E. Roberts, Sergean 
Major ; George Taylor, Gtuarter-master Sergeant ; E 
Palmer, Drum Major; Elias Case, Fife Major. 
Flank Companies. 
Captains. Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

W. Griswold, Vacant. L. Griswold, 

Alanson Merrill, J. Marsh, R. Merrill. 

Pcifle Company. p 

Wm. Higley, H. Hinsdale, J. Camp. 

Battalion Companies. 
J. Griswold, J. G. Marsh, W T m. Watson, 

E. M. Strong, D. S. Hall, H. Atwood, 

L. Bliss, E. Munson, O. Case, 

D. L. Dowd, H. B. Knapp, R. Hewett, 

L. DeWolf, O. W. Bushnell, W. Stebbins, 

Anson Stewart, O. Japp, A.Camp, 

THIRD REGIMENT, CAVALRY. 

[No returns.] 

BRIGADE OF ARTILLERY. 

Consisting of the 1st, 2nd, 3d and. 4th Regiments 
Light Artillery, and the 1st, 2d and 3d Regiments 
of Horse Artillery. 

Oliver Warner, Brigadier General. 
Daniel B. Warner, Brigade Major and Inspector. 
Gordis Spalding, Aid-de-Camp. 
Isaac N. Prior, Brigade Gluarter-Master. 



^IRST REGIMENT, LIGHT ARTILLERY. 

[No returns.] 



133 



SECOND REGIMENT. 

Wm. Mather, Jr., Colonel. 
Charles H. North uni, Lieut. Col. G. Sperry, Major. 
James B. Sheltes, Adjutant ; James F. Comstock, 
m Quarter-master ; George F. Olmstead, Paymaster ; E. 
W. N. Starr, Sergeant Major ; Thomas Robhins, Chap- 
ain ; Wyllys Woodruff, Surgeon ; Wm. J. Barry/Sur- 
geon's Mate ; Joseph R. Bill, Drum-Major ; Wearham 
puller, Fife Major. 

No returns of Company officers. 



THIRD REGIMENT. 

Clark Wooster, Colonel. 
Stanton Pendleton, Lieut Col. J. R. Wilcox, Major. 
Henry Hotchkiss, Adjutant; Gardner Morse, Q,r. 
Master ; Harpin Lum, Paymaster ; Leonard Bacon, 
Chaplain ; Alfred S. Munson, Surgeon • Jerome B. 
Wheat, Surgeon's Mate ; Joseph H. Scranton, Ser- 
geant Major ; Nathan P. Thomas, Quarter-master 
Sergeant. 

No returns of Company officers. 

FOURTH REGIMENT. 

[No returns.] 

FIRST REGIMENT HORSE ARTILLERY. 

Billious K. Hall, Colonel. 
Jesse Gilbert, Lieut. Col. Wm. M. Hall, Major. 
Andrew H. Foote, Adjutant ; Harry Ives, Quarter- 
Master ; Samuel Dutton, Paymaster ; Vacant, Chap-* 
lain ; Andrew Castle Surgeon ; Nathan B. Ives, Sur- 
geon's Mate; Vacant, Sergeant Major; Jonah S. 
jNTewton, Quarter-Master Sergeant. 

No returns of Company officers* 

SECOND REGIMENT. 

Elihu M. Kingsley, ColoneL 
B, Chester, Lieut. Col. Wm. Palmer Jr., Major. 
Henry C. Rogers, Adjutant ; Samuel M t Matt, Q,r» 



134 SCHOOL FUND. 

Master ; Samuel Barry, Paymaster ; Vacant, Chap- 
lain ; Ashbel Woodward, Surgeon; James C.Hyde, 
Surgeon's Mate ; Bela T. Hastings, Sergeant Major; 
Asahel C. Ladd, Q,uarter-master Sergeant ; Dudley B. 
Chapman, Bugle-Major. 



THIRD REGIMENT. 

[No returns] 



SCHOOL FUN®. 

[Abstract of the Report of the Commissioner.] 

The amount of receipts the past year from the ia- I 
come of the Fund, consisted of the following items, viz : 
Dividends on Bank Stock, - - - $8,697 79 
Interest and Rents from persons in the State 

of New-York, - 29,990 62 

Do. of do. in Connecticut, - 27,318 46 

Do. of do. in Massachusetts, 14,291 17 
interest received of persons in Ohio, - 3,092 75 

Do. do. do. do. in Vermont, 95 77 

$83,486 57 
The charges against the income of the Fund during 
the past year, consist of the following items, viz :— 
Special grants made by the General Assem- 
bly to School Districts which omitted 
to make returns according to law, $481 50 

Dividends on 85,172 children, at 95 cents, 80,913 40 
Children enumerated the past year in each County 



Hartford - - - 14,057 

New-Haven, - - 12,030 

New-London, - 12,165 

Fairfield, - - - 13,977 



Windham, - - - 8,094 

Litchfield, - - - 11,881 

Middlesex, - - - 7,373 

Tolland, - - - 5,595 



Total, 85,172. 
The Commissioner expresses his opinion that the 
period is not far distant, when a dividend of one dollar 
may be made on each child enumerated, and that it 
may continue permanently at that sum. 



GOVERNORS. 



135 



GOVERNORS 

Of the several States and Territories, with the 

commencement and duration of their 

respective terms of Office. 



Pur. 

1 year. 
1 year. 
1 year. 
1 year. 
1 year. 

1 year. 

2 years 
1 year. 

3 years 
3 years 
1 year. 

3 years 

1 year. 

2 years 
2 years 
2 years 
2 years 

4 years 
2 years 
4 years 

2 years 

3 years 

4 years 
4 years 

3 years 
3 years 
3 /ears 



State and Ter. 


Governors. 


Com. 


Maine, 


Sam'i E. Smith, 


Jan 


. 1833 


N. Hampshire, 


Samuel Dinsmoor,Junf 


1832 


Vermont, 


Win. A. Palmer, 


Oct. 


1833 


Massachusetts, 


John Davis, 


Jan. 


1833 


Rhode-Island, 


John B. Francis, 


May 


1833 


Connecticut, 


H. W. Edwards, 


May 


1833 


New- York, 


Wm, L. Marcy, 


Jan. 


1832 


New-Jersey, 


Elias P. Seeley, 


Oct. 


1833 


Pennsylvania, 


George Wolf, 


Dec. 


1832 


Delaware, 


Caleb P. Bennet 


, Jan. 


1833 


Maryland, 


James Thomas, 


Jan. 


1833 


Virginia, 


John Floyd 


Jan. 


1831 


North-Carolina, 


David L. Swain, 


Jan. 


1833 


South-Carolina, 


Robert Y. Hayne 


, Jan. 


1833 


Georgia, 


Wilson Lumpkin 


, Nov. 


1833 


Alabama, 


John Gayle, 


Nov. 


1832 


Mississippi, 


H. G. Runnels, 


Jan. 


1833 


Louisiana, 


A. B. Roman, 


Jan. 


1831 


Tennessee, 


Wm. Carroll, 


Oct. 


1833 


Kentucky, 


John Breathitt, 


Sept. 


1832 


Ohio, 


Robert Lucas, 


Dec. 


1832 


Indiana, 


Noah Noble, 


Dec. 


1831 


Illinois, 


John Reynolds, 


Jan. 


1831 


Missouri, 


Daniel Dunklin, 


Nov. 


1832 




TERRITORIES 






Florida, 


Wm. P. Duvall, 


*Apl. 


1831 


Michigan, 


G. B. Porter, 


Aug. 


1831 


Arkansas, 


John Pope, 


Feb. 


1832 



POST-OFFICES AND POST-MASTERS. 



Post-Ofllces and Post-Masters iu 
Connecticut. 

HARTFORD COUNTY. 



Harftord, John M. Niles 
Avon, Francis Woodford 
Berlin, Norris Wilcox 
Bristol, Jared W. Pardee 
Burlington, A. Hitchcock 
Canton, Isaac Mills 
Collmsvelle, Cha's Mygatt, 
East-Granby, H. Clark 
East- Hartford, H. Phelps 
East-Windsor, E. Porter 
Enfield, Geer Terry 
Farmington, S. Whitman 
Glastenbury, D.E.Hubbard 
Granby, Daniel Hays 
Hartland, P.'Humphreys 
Ketch Mills, T. Potwine 
Manchester, T. Barnham 
Marlborough, E. H. Buell 
New Britain L. P. Lee 



•N. Canton, B. Weed, jr. 
Newington, A. Fairchild 
North Granby, H. N. Case 
Plainville, J. Hotenkiss 
Poquonnock, Cicero Phelps. 
Rocky Hill, Arch.Robbins 
Simsbury, J. O. Phelp3 
S. Glastenbury, O.Brainard 
Southington, C. Whittlesey 
Suffield, William Gay 
TarhTville, Allen Pinney 
W.H.Point, J.B. Chapmaa 
W. Granby J. D. Wilcox 
W. Hartford, A. Goodman 
W. Hartland, S. E. Wood- 
bridge 
Wethersfield, J. L. Beldert 
Windsor, W. Howard 
Wintonbury, J. Bumsteatl 



NEW-HAVEN COUNTY. 



New-Haven, W.H.Jones 
Bethany, H. Thomas 
Branford, Orin D. Squire 
Cheshire, Elihu Hall 
Derby, Russel Hitchcock 
East-Haven, R. Andrews 
Fair-Haven, Lester Keep 
Guilford, Reuben Elliott 
Humphreysville, 

J. T.Wheeler 
Madison, J. F. Meigs 
Meriden, Patrick Lewis 



^Middlebury, L. Tawnsend 
Milford, William Strong 
Northford, Lemuel Cook 
Oxford, George N. Candee 
Prospect, E. Chittenden 
Salem Bridge,R S.Hinman 
South Britain, E. Beardstee 
Southbury, Albert Hmman 
Wallingford, J. Carrington 
Waterbury,F.Leavenworth 
Wolcott, Lucius Tuttle 
Zoar Bridge, L, Clark 



POST OFFICES AND POST-MASTERS. 



137 



NEW-LONDON COUNTY. 



New-London, Eben. Way- 
Norwich, John Hyde, 
Bozrah, C. Wood worth 
Colchester, A. D. Scovell 
East-Lyme, Joel Loomis 
Franklin, James H. Hyde 
Gales Ferry, N. B. Brown 
Griswold, D. B. Tucker 
Groton, Elijah Bailey 

Centre, G A.Smith 
Hadlyme, Elijah Comstock 
Hamburgh, S.M. Brock way 
Jewett City, John Johnson 
Lebanon, Absalom Peters 
Lisbon, Thomas Kinsman 
Lord's Bridge, Henry Lord 
Lyme, C. W. Wait 

FAIRFiELD 
Fairfield, James Knapp 
Danbury, Z.^Wildman 
Bethel, Frederick Seeley 
Bridgeport, S. Lounsberry 
Brookfield, Henry Ruggles 
Darien, Abram Clark 
Greenwich, S. Close 
Huntington, A. S. Jones 
IVIill Plain, E. Birchard, 
Mill River, W. Sherwood 
Monroe, C, H. Beardslee 
(Stepney) L. Edwards 
Newtown, Czar Keeler 
Norwalk, John Burrall 
New-Canaan, E. Seeley 
N.Fairfield, S. Barnum 
N. Stamford, N. D. Haight 



Montville, James Turner 
Mystic, John Hyde 
Mystic Bridge, B.F. Palmer 
New Salem, P. Hall 
North Groton, C. Newton 
N. Stonington,T.P. Wattles 
North Lyme, D. H. Jewett 
Norwich City, 

W. L'Hommedieu 
Poquetanock,J.WBrewster 
Portersville, J. Randall 
Preston, Henry Brown 
River Head,E.Beckwith,2d 
Stonington, G. Trumbull 
Uncasville, Amos Comstock 
Waterford, Henry Gardiner 
WestChester, C. Cone 

COUNTY. 

Reading, Joseph Darling 
Reading Ridge, S. Whiting 
Reading Toll House, 

R. Sanford 
Ridgebury, J. St. John 
Ridgefield, T. Keeler, 2d 
Round Hill, N. Knapp 
Saugatuck, S. Morehouse 
Sherman, David Northrop 
Stamford, John Brown 
Stanwich, Alvah Smith 
Stratford, David Brooks 
Trumbull, Elihu Beach 
Trumbull Long Hill, 

S. Beardslee 
Weston, George Gregory 
Wilton, S, F, Lambert 



138 



POST-OFFICES AND POST-MASTERS. 



WINDHAM COUNTY. 



Brooklyn, Adams White 
Abington, Elijah Griggs 
Ashford, Dyer Clark 
Canterbury, Jed. Johnson 
Chaplin, Walter Goodell 
Eastford, James B. Palmer 
Griswold, D. B. Tucker 
Hampton, Dan Bulkeley 
Killingly, L. Warren, 
Killingly Centre, J. Field 
Little River, S. Barn um 
Moosup, John Dunlap 
New Boston, B. Knapp 
JNTorth Woodstock, 

A. Carpenter 



Plainfield, F. B* Johnson 
Pomfret, T. M. Grosvenor 
Pomfret Landing, B. Child 
Scotland, Benjamin Webb 
S. Killingly, G. Danielson 
Sterling, B. Tuckerman 
Thompson, Simon Davis 
Voluntown, Kinney Gallup 
Westminister, R. Johnson 
West Woodstock, 

Andrew A. Williams 
Westford, M. Richmond 
Willimantic, G.W.Hebbard 
Windham, H. Webb, 2d 
Woodstock, G. Bowen 



LITCHFIELD COUNTY. 



Litchfield, G C. Woodruff 
Barkhampstead, A. Beecher 
Bethlem, I. S. Wadsworth 
Bradleyville, Wm Coe 
Canaan, Fitch Ferris 
Chapinville, F. A.Sterling 
Colebrook, G. H. Bass 
Colebrook River, 

D. D. Wolf, jr. 
Cornwall, Ja's F. Bradford 
Cornwall Br., M. Harrison 
Cornwall Hollow, 

J. A. Sedgwick 
E. Goshen, Geo. Stanley 
Ellsworth, G. Studley 
Falls Village, J. Ensign 
Furnace Village, 

J, G, Mitchell 
Gaylord Bridge, P. Gaylorc 
Goshen, B. Baldwin 
Harwinton, T. Kellogg 
Hitchcocksville, Jesse Ives 
Kent, Wells Beardsleo 



Lime Rock, M. Barnum 
Milton, G. P. Welch 
North Goshen, P. Bailey 
N. Hartford, H. Cowles 
, Thomas Watson 



N. Hartford Centre, 

F. Henderson 
N. Milford, Perry Smith 
N. Preston, C. J. Hatch 
N. Kent, John L» Smith 
Norfolk, Susan Pettibone 
Northfield Church, 

A. W. Warner 
Plymouth, Apollos Warner 
Roxbury, D.Brothwell 
Salisbury, W. W. Peet 
Sharon, George King 
■?. Canaan, W. P. Burrall 
Terry's ville,John C.Lewis 
Forringford, N* Smith 
Torrington, H. Palmer 
Warren, G. P. Talmadge 
Washington, C. A. Judeon 



RATES OP POSTAGE. 



139 



Watcrtown, James Bishop i Winchester, W S.Hallabird 
Winchester Centre, Volcottville, S. Bradley 

S. Hurlbut, jr. | -Voodbury, C. B. Bradley 
MIDDLESEX COUNTY. 



MlDDLETOWN, J. StOW 

Had dam, J. Arnold 
Chatham, Ann B. Smith 
Chester, Bani Denison 
Deep River, J. H Mather 
Durham, A. Robbins 
East-Haddam, O. Green 
E. HaddamCr.N.L.Fostei 
East-Hampton, D. Buell 
Essex, A. F. Whittemore 
Higganum, G. W. Smith 



TOLLAND COUNTY. 



Killincrworth, E. Willcox 
Leesville, S. H. P. Lee, Jr. 
Middlehaddam, J. Stewart 
\Iillington,Datus Williams 
Median icsville, 

D. D. Whittimore 
N\ Killingworth,H.Redfiei'd 
Saybrook, R. E. Pratt 
Middletown Upper Houses, 

J. Sage 
VVestbrook, A. T. Wilcox 



Tolland, Luther Eaton 
Andover, Leonard Hendee 
Bolton, S. Williams 
Columbia, S. T. Hosmer 
Coventry, Jasper Gilbert 
Ellington, T. Pitkin 
Gilead, H. Brown 
Hebron, Abnor Hendee 
Hope Valley, Peter Griffing 
Mansfield, Daniel Fuller 



Ylansfield Centre, Z.Storrs 
Mount Hope, W. A. Fisk 
Xorth Somers, A. Kibbe 
Somers, S. D. Chapin 
3. Coventry, S. Bid well 
Stafford Springs, 

N. Gillmore 
Union, N. Newull 
Vernon, L. P. Tinker 
Wellington, J. Weston 



RATES OF POSTAGE. 

For single Letters composed of one piece of paper, 

Miles. Cents. 
Any distance not exceeding 
Over 30 and not exceeding 
Over 80, do. 

Over 150, do. 

Over 400, 

Double Letters, or those composed of two pieces of 
paper, are charged with double those rates. 

Triple Letters, or those composed of three pieces of 
paper, are charged with triple those rates. 

Quadruple Letters, or those composed of four pie- 
ces of paper, are charged witb quadruple those rates. 



30 


6 


80 


10 


150 


124 


400 


18| 




25 



140 ALLOTMENT OP JUDGES. 

All Letters weighing one ounce avoirdupoise, or 
more, are charged at the rate of single postage for each 
ounce according to their weight ; and no letter can be 
charged with more than quadruple postage, unless the 
weight exceeds one ounce avoirdupoise. 
Newspaper Postage. 

For each Newspaper not carried out of the State in 
which it is published ; or if carried out of the State but 
not carried over iOO miles :::::: 1 cent. 

Over 100 miles, and out of the State in which 
it is published, ::::::::: l£ 
Magazines and Pamphlets. 

If published periodically, distance not exceeding 100 
miles, ::::::::: li cents per sheet. 

Ditto, do. over 100 miles, : : 2h do. 

If not published periodically, 
distance not over 100 miles, ; : 4 do. 

Ditto do. over 100 miles : : 6 do. 

Small pamphlets, containing not more than a half 
sheet royal, are charged with half those rates. Eight 
pages quarto are rated as one sheet, and all other sizes 
in rhe same proportion. 

The number of sheets which it containe, must be 
printed or written on one of the outer pages of every 
pamphlet or magazine to be sent by mail. 

ALLOTMENT OF JUDGES. 

SUMMER CIRCUIT. 

Chief Justice Daggett, New-London and Windham. 

Judge Peters, Litchfield, 

Judge Williams, New-Haven and Tolland. 

Judge Bissell, Fairfield and Middlesex. 

Judge Church, Hartford. 

WINTER CIRCUIT. 

Chief Justice Daggett, Hartford. 

Judge Peters, Middlesex and Windham. 

Judge Williams, Fairfield. 

Judge Bissell, New-Haven and Tolland. 

Judge Church, New-London and Litchfield. 



UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT. 141 

UI\ITE1> STATES CALENDAR 
— , _ ,— 

PRESIDENT 

ANDREW JACKSON, of Tennesssee. 
Salary, $25,000, per annum. 

VICF.-PRESIDENT. 

MARTIN VAN BUREN, of New-York. 
Salary, $5,000. 



DEPARTMENT OF STATE. 

Lewis McLane, Secretary. Salary, $6,000, per ann. 
Ashbury Dickens, Chief Clerk, 2000 

TREASURY DEPARTMENT. 

R. B. Taney, Secretary, 6000 

Joseph Anderson, First Comptroller, 3500 

James B. Thornton, Second Comptroller, 3000 

Richard Harrison, First Auditor, 3000 

"William B. Lewis, Second Auditor, 3000 

Peter Hagner, Third Auditor, 3000 

Amos Kendall, Fourth Auditor, 3000 

Stephen Pleasanton, Fifth Auditor, 3000 

John Campball, Treasurer, 3000 

Thomas L. Smith, Register, 3000 

Benjamin F, Butler, Attorney General. 3500 

Virgil C. Maxcy, Solicitor, 3500 

Elijah Hay ward, Comm. Gen. Land Office, 300q 

J. D. Craig, Sup. Patent Office, 1500 

WAR DEPARTMENT. 

Lewis Cass, Secretary 6000 

John Robb, Chief Clerk, 2000 

ADJUTANT GENERAL'S OFFICE- 

Roger Jones, Colonel and Adjutant General , 

Brook Williams, Clerk, 1150 

PAYMASTER GENERAL'S OFFICE, 

Nathan Towson, Paymaster General, 
T. P. Andrews, Paymaster. 

ORDINANCE DEPARTMENT. 

George Bomford, Colonel. 
William H.Bell, Captain. 



142 UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT. 

Subsistence Department. 
George Gibson, Brigadier General. 
J. H. Hook, Major and Com. Subsistence. 

Quartermaster GeneraVs Office. 
T. S. Jessup, B. G. & Q,. M. G. 
T. Cross, Major and &. M. 
Capt. T. F. Hunt, 5th Infantry. 

Engineer Department. 
General Charles Gratiot, Chief Engineer. 
Lieutenant W. H. C. Bartlett, Assistant. 
Surgeon GeneraVs Office. 
Joseph Lovel, Surgeon General. 
King, Surgeon. 

Topographical Bureau. 
Col. John J. A. Abert, Lieut. Ramsey, Robert Fowler,. 

NAVY DEPARTMENT. 

Levi Woodbury, Secretary, 6000 

John Boyle, Chief Clerk, 2000 

Navy Commissioners.. 
John Rodgers, } 

Isaac Chauncey, > each :::::::: *3500 
Charles Morris, ) 

Post -Office Department. 
Wiiliam T\ Barry, Post-Master General, 6000 

Charles K. Gardner, > A . . f h o, 00 

Selah R. Hobbie, \ Asslbtants > eacil ^ 5UU 

O. B. Brown, Chief Clerk and Sup. ) 17fm 

of Mail Contracts, J J 7W 

MILITARY ACADEMY, WEST POINT. 
Brev. Brig, Gen. Charles Gratiot, Chief Engineer, [ex 
officio] Inspector. 
Brev. Lt. Col. Sylvanus Thayer, Sup. Commandant. 
Charles Davies, a. m. Professor of Mathematics. 
Rev. Thomas Warner, Chaplain and Prof. Ethics. 
. Edward H. Courtenay, Prof, Natural Philosophy. 

Dennis H. Mahan, Professor of Engineering 

Claudius Bernard, Julian Molinard Teachers in French. 

Capt Ethan A, Hitchcock, Instructer of Tactics and 

Commandant of Cadets. 

Lt. Zebina J. C. Kinsley, Instructer of Artillery, 



UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT. 



143 



TWENTY-THIRD CONGRESS.— 1st session. 

Martin Van Buren, of New- York, President of Senate. 



MAINE. 




NORTH-CAROLINA. 


Peleg Sprague, 


183£ 


Bedford Brown, 


1835 


Ether Shepley, 


183S 


W. P. Mangum 


1837 


NEW-HAMPSHIRE 


SOUTH-CAROLINA. 


Samuel Bell, 


1835 


John C. Calhoun. 


183G 


Isaac Hill, 


1837 


Wm. C. Preston, 




MASSACHUSETTS 


>. 


GEORGIA. 




Nathaaiel Silsbee, 


1835 


G. M. Troup, 


1835 


Daniel Webster, 


1839 


John Forsyth 


1836 


RHODE-ISLAND. 




KENTUCKY. 




Nehemiah R. Knight, 


1835 


G. M. Bibb 


1835 


Asher Robbins, 


1839 


W. P. Mangum, 


1837 


CONNECTICUT. 




TENNESSEE. 




Gideon Tomlinson, 


1835 


Hugh L. White 


1835 


Nathan Smith, 


1839 


Felix Grundy, 


1839 


VERMONT. 




OHIO. 




Samuel Prentiss 


1837 


Thomas Ewing, 


1337 


Benjamin Swift, 


1839 


Thomas Morris, 


i839 


NEW-YORK. 




LOUISIANA. 




Silas Wright, 


1837 


G. A. Waggaman, 


1835 


N. P. Tallmadge, 


1839 




1839 




NEW-JERSEY. 




INDIANA. 




T. Frelinghuysen, 


18355 


Wm. Hendricks, 


1837 


Samuel Southard, 


1839 


John Tipton, 


1839 


PENNSYLVANIA. 




MISSISSIPPI. 




Wm. Wilkin s, 


1835 


Gr. Poindexter, 


1835 


Samuel McKean, 


1839 


One Vacancy 


-, 


DELAWARE. 




ILLINOIS. 




JohnM. Clayton, 


1835 


J. M. Robinson, 


1835. 


Arnold Naudain, 


1839 


Elias K. Kane, 


1837 


MARYLAND. 




ALABAMA. 




E. F. Chambers 


1837 


Wm. R, King, 


1835 


Joseph Kent 


183G 


Gabriel Moore, 


1837 


VIRGINIA. 




MISSOURI. 




Wm. C. Rives, 


1835 


T. H. Benton, 


1839 


John Tyler, 


1839 


Louis F. Linn. 





Walter Lowrie, Secretary. Rev. Mr. Hath, Chaplain* 



144 UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT. 

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. 

Andrew Stevenson, of Virginia, Speaker. 

Walter S. Franklin, Clerk. 

Maine. 

George Evans, Joseph Hall, Leonard Jarvis, Edward 

Kavanagh, Rufus Mclntire, Gorham Parks, Francis O. 

J. Smith, One vacancy. 8. 

New-Hampshire. 

Benning M. Bean, Robert Burns, Joseph M. Harper, 
Henry Hubbard, Franklin Pierce. 5. 

Massachusetts. 

John duincy Adams, Isaac C. Bates, William Bay- 
lies, George N. Briggs, Rufus Choate, John Davis, 
Edward Everett, Benjamin Gorham, George Grennell, 
Jr., Gayton P. Osgood, John Reed, One vacancy. 12 
Rhode-Island. 
Tristam Burgess, Dutee J. Pearce. 2. 

Connecticut. 
Noyes Barber, Wm.W. Ellsworth, Samuel A. Foot, 
Jabez W. Huntington, Samuel Tweedy, Ebenezer 
Young .6. 

Vermont. 
Heman Allen, Benjamin F. Deming, Horace Everett, 
Hiland Hall, William Slade. 5. 

New- York. 
John Adams, Samuel Beardsley, Abraham Bockee, 
Charles Bodle, John W. Brown, C. C. Cambreleng, 
Samuel Clark, John Cramer, Rowland Day, John 
Dickson, Millard Fillmore, Philo C. Fuller, Wm. K. 
Fuller, Ransom H. Gillet, Nicoll Halsey, Gideon Hard, 
Samuel C. Hathaway, Abner Hazeltine, Edward How- 
ell, Abel Huntingdon, Noadiah Johnson, Gerrit Y. 
Lansing, Cornelius W. Lawrence, George W< Lay, 
Abijah Mann, Jr.., Henry, C. Martmdale, Charles Mc 
Vean, Henry Mitchell, Sherman Page, Job Pierson, 
Dudley Selden, William Taylor, Joel Turrill, Aaron 
Vanderpool, Isaac B. Van Houten, Aaron Ward, Dan- 
iel Wardwell, Reuben Whallon, Campbell P. .White, 
Frederick Whittlesey. 40. 



united states government. 145 

New-Jersey. 

Philemon Dickcrson, Samuel Fowler, Thomas Loe, 
James Parker. Ferdinand S. Schenck, William N. 
Shinn. G. 

Pennsylvania.. 

Joseph B. Anthony, John Banks, Charles A. Bar- 
nitz, Andrew Beaumont, Horace Binnoy, George Burd, 
George Chambers, William Clark, Richard Coulter, 
Edward Darlington, Harmar Denny, John Galbraith, 
James Harper, Samuel S. Harrison, William Hicstcr, 
Joseph Henderson, Henry King, John Laporte, Tho's 
M. T. McKennan, Joel K. Mann, Jesse Miller, Henry 
A. Muhlenberg, David Botts, Jr., Robert Ramsay, An- 
drew Stewart, Joel B. Sutherland, David D. Wagener, 
John G. Watmough. 23 

Delaware. 

John J. Milligan. 1. 

Maryland. 

Richard B; Carmichael, Littleton P. Dennis, James 
P. Heath, William Cost Johnson, Isaac McKim, John 
T. Stoddert, Francis Thomas, James Turner. 8. 
Virginia. 

John J. Allen, William S. Archer, James M. H. 
Beale, Thomas T. Bouldin, Joseph W. Chinn, Nathan- 
iel H. Claiborne, Thomas Davenport, John H. Fulton, 
James H. Gholson^ Wm. F. Gordon, George Loyall, 
Edward Lucas, John Y. Mason, William M cComas, 
Charles F. Mercer. Samuel McDowell Moore, John M . 
Patton, Andrew Stevenson, (Speaker,) William P. 
Taylor, Edgar C. Wilson, Henry A. Wise. 21. 
North-Carolina. 

Daniel L. Barringer, Jesse A. Bynum, Henry W. 
Connor, Edmund Deberry, James Graham, Thomas H. 
Hall, Micajah T. Hawkins, James McCay, Abraham 
Rencher, William B. Shepard, Augustine H. Sheppcrd, 
Jesse Speight, Lewis Williams. 16j 
South-Carolina. 

James Blair, Wm. K. Clowney, Warren R. Davis, 
John M. Felder, William J. Grayson, John K. Griffin, 
George McDuffie, Henry L. Pinckney, One vacancy. 9 
10 



146 united states government. 

Georgia. 

Augustine S. Clayton, John Coffee, Thomas F. Fos- 
ter, Roger L. Gamble,Geo. R. Gilmer, Seaborn Jones, 
Wm. Schley, James M. Wayne, Richard H. Wilde. 9. 
Kentucky. 
Chilton Allan, Martin Beaty, Thomas Chilton, Amos 
Davis, Benjamin Hardin, Albert G.Hawes, R. M. John- 
son, James Love, Chittenden Lyon, Thomas A. Mar- 
shall, Patrick H. Pope, Christopher Tompkins. 13 
Tennessee. 
John Bell/John Blair, Sam'l Bunch, David Crockett, 
David W. Dickinson, William C. Dunlap, John B* 
Forester, William M. Inge, Cave Johnson, Luke Lea,. 
Balie Peyton, James K. Polk, James Standefer. 13 
Ohio. 
William Allen, James M Bell, John Chaney, Tho's 
Corwin, Joseph H* Crane, Thomas L. Hamer, Benja- 
min Jones, Humphrey H. Leavitt, Robert T. Lytle, 
Jeremiah Mc Lene, Robert Mitchell, William Patter- 
son, Jonathan Sloane, David Spangler, John Thomson, 
Joseph Vance, Samuel F. Vinton, Taylor Webster, 
Elisha Whittlesey. 19. 

Louisiana. 
H. A. Bullard, Philemon Thomas, E. D.White. 3. 

Indiana. 
Ratliff Boon, John Carr. John Ewing, Edward A. 
Hannegan, Geo. L. Kinnard, A. Lane, J. McC arty. 7,. 
Mississippi. 
Harry Cage, Franklin E. Plummer. 2, 

Illinois. 
Zadok Casey, Joseph Duncan, Charles Slade. 3. 

Alabama. 
Clement C. Clay, Dixon H. Lewis, Samuel W. Mar-, 
dis, John McKinley, John Murphy, 5. 
Missouri. 
William R. Ashley, John Bull- 2. 
DELEGATES. 
Michigan. Lucius Lyon. 1. 
Arkansas. Ambrose H. Sevier. 1. ^Territories. 
Florida., Joseph M. White. 1. 



JUDICIARY DEPARTMENT. 147 

JUDICIARY DEPARTMENT. 

SUPREME COURT OF THE U. STATES. 

Held at Washington on the 2d Monday in Jan. ann. 
John Marshal], Chief Justice, salary £5,000 

Wrja. Johnson, Asso. Justice, salary 4,500 

Gabriel Duval, do. do. do. 4,500 

Joseph Story, do. do. do. 4,500 

S, Thompson, do. do. do. 4,500 

John M'Lean, do. do. do. 4,500 

Henry Baldwin, do, do. do* 4,500 

B. F. Butler, Attorney General, 3,500 

Richard Peters, Jr., Reporter of Decisions, 1,000 
Win, T. Carroll, Clerk, salary, Fees of Office, 

UNITED STATES COURTS. 

[Alternate.] 
FEBRUARY, District— New-Haven, 4th Tuesday. 
APRIL, Circuit — N, Haven, last Wednesday. 

MAY, District— Hartford, 4th Tuesday. 

AUGUST, District— N. Haven, 4th do. 

SEPTEMBER, Circuit— Hartford, 17th day * 
NOVEMBER, District— Hartford, 4th Tuesday. 

* When this day occurs on Sunday, the session com* 
mences on the following Monday. 

DISTRICT COURT OF CONNECTICUT. 

William Bristol, Judge, 
Asa Child, Attorney. 
Charles A. Ingersoll, Clerk. Norris Wilcox, Marshal, 
Deputy Marshals. — Elihu Olmsted, Hartford— -Eras^ 
tus Osborn, New-Haven. 

Banks, where the public deposites are made — Union, 
Bait. ; Gerard, Phil. ; Manhattan, America, Merchant's, 
N. Y. ; Mechanics and Farmer's Albany $ New-Lon. 
don B, ; Middletown B. ; Mechanic's, New.Haven ; 
Merchant's Salem ; Commonwealth and Merchant's, 
Boston ; Bristol and Newport, R. I, ; Commercial, 
Portsmouth ; Maine B. Portland ; Metropolis Bank, 
Washington ^ and 14 others West and South, 



148 OFFICERS OF CUSTOMS — FOREIGN MINISTERS 

OFFICERS OF CUSTOMS IN CONNECTICUT. 

New-London. — Ingoldsby W. Crawford, Col. Elij. 
Amesj Dep. John French, Surveyor. Thomas Mus- 
sey, Inspector. Benj. Pomeroy, Surveyor, Stoningtbn. 

Middletown. — Noah A. Phelps, Col. L. Hubbard, 
Dep. & Ins. Daniel Burrows, Surveyor, Middletown, 
Win, Wiliard, db. Saybrbbk, Wi Conner, do. Hartford. 
fc>. R k Dickinson, Inspector* 

New-Haven.— Win. H. Ellis, Col. N. R. Clark, 
Dep John H. Jaeocks, Surveyor. 

Fairfield; — Samuel Simmons, Col. D. B. Nichols, Ins. 

Revenue Cutters. — "Wolcott, New-Haven* Andrew 
Mather, apt. Henry Prince, Jr., ist Lieut* Stephen 
Thatcher, 2nd do. R. W. C. Robinett, 3d do. James 
Thompson, Warrant Officer. Eagle, Newport. John 
Cahoon, Capt.— Rush, from New- York to N. London. 
Wm. W. Polk. Capt. Samuel P. Scott, 1st Lieut, 
Little, 2nd do. Blyden Hedge, 3d do. 

FOREIGN IHIIVISTERS, &ci 

Ministers, Charges des Affaires, &c. &c. of 
the United States in Foreign Countries. 

England. Aaron Vail, Charge d' Affaires, London. 

France. Edward Livingston, N. Y. Envoy Extraor- 
dinary and Minister Plenipotentiary, Paris. T. P. Bar- 
ton, Penn., Secretary of Legation, Paris. 

Russia; John Randolph Clay, Penn. Secretary bf 
Legation, and acting Charge d' Affaires, at St. Peters- 
burg: 

Spain. Cornelius P. Van Ness, N. Y. Envoy Ex- 
traordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary, Madrid. Ar- 
thur Middleton, Jr., S. Carolina, Secretary of Legation. 

Portugal. Thomas L. L. Brent, Virginia^ Charge 
d'Affaires, Lisbon. 

Netherlands. Auguste Davezac, Louisiana^ Charge 
d'Affaires, The Hague-. 



FOREIGN MINISTERS. 149 

Belgium: Hugh S. Legare, South Carolina, Charge 
d'Affaires, Brussels. 

Sweden. Christopher Hughes, Maryland, Charge 
d'Affaires, Stockholm. 

Denmark. Henry Wheaton, R. Island, Charge 
d'Affaires, Copenhagen. 

United Mexican Spates. — Anthony Butler, Charge 
d'Affaires, Mexico. 

Republic of Colombia. Robert B. McAfee, Charge 
d'Affaires, Bogota. 

Brazil. E. A. Brown, Charge d'Affaires, Rio de Jan. 

Republic of Central America. C. Gr. DeWitt, 
Charge d'Affaires, Gautemala. 

Chili. John Hamm, Charge d'Affaires, St. Jago de 
Chiji. 

Republic of Peru. Samuel Larned, R. I. Charge 
d'Affaires, Lima, 

Turkey. David Porter, Maryland, Charge d'Affaires 
Constantinople, Drogoman. 

Algiers. George F. Brown, Vir. com. Agent Algiers. 

Tunis. Samuel D. Heap, Penn. Cops.nl, Tunis. 

Tripoli. D, S. McCauley, Penn. Consul Tripoli. 

Morocco. James R. Leib, Penn. Consul, Tangier. 

Ministers, Charges des Affaires, &e. &c. of 

FOREIGN POWERS, IN THE UNITED STATES. 

France. M. Serurier, envoy extraordinary, and min- 
ister plenipotentiary, Washington. 

M. A. Pageot, first secretary of legation. 

Great Britain. Sir Charles R. Vaughan, envoy ex* 
traordinary and minister plenipotentiary, Washington. 

Charles Bankhead, Esq. charge d'affaires. 

Andrew Buchanan Esq. 1st attache. 

William Pitt Adams, Esq. 2nd do. 

Russia. Baron de Kruclener, envoy extraordinary 
and minister plenipotentiary, Georgetown. 

M. Kremer, secretary of legation, do. 

M. Smirnove, attache. do. 

Spain. Don Francisco Tacon, envoy extraordinary 
qnd minister plenipotentiary, Washington. 

Don Miguel Tacon, attache. 



130 ARMY LIST* 



Portugal. Torladed'Azambuja, charge d'affaires. 

Denmark- W. Steen Bille, charge d'affaires, Wash- 
ington. 

Sweden and Norway. Chevalier Lorieh, charge 
d*afFaires. 

Netherlands. Adr, Mariiani,charge d T affaires,Wash- 
ington. 

Belgium. Baron Behr, minister, Washington, 

Mexico. J. M. de Castillo y Lanzas, charge d'af- 
fairs, 

Colombia, Don Domingo Acosta, charge d'affaires 
and consul general. 

Brazil, Manuel G. Dos Reis, charge d'affaires, ad 
interim, and consul general. 



ARMY LIST, 



Alexander Macomb, Major-general, comm'g the armJ* 

Edmund P. Gaines, brigadier general, maj. gen. brer* 

Win field Scott, brigadier general, maj. gen brev. 

Thomas S. Jessup, brig, gen. and qr. master gen. 

CoL George Gibson, com. gen. subsis, brig, gen. brev. 

Col John E. Wool, insp. gen. brig. gen. brev. 

CoL George Crogan, insp, gen. 

Roger Jones, adj. gen. col, brevet. 

Major William Linnard, qr. master, It. col. brev, 

Major George Bender, qr. marter, It. col. brev. 

Major Truman Cross, qr. master, It. col. brev. 

Major Henry Stanton, qr. master. 

Col . Nathan Towson, paymaster gen. 

Callender Irvine, com. gen. purchases. 

Joseph Lovell, surgeon general. 

CORPS OF ENGINEERS. 

Col. C. Gratiot, brig. gen. brev. J. C. Totten, Co?, 
brev. Major Samuel Babcock. 

Ordnance Department. Geo. Bom ford, col. brer. 

Sup. Mil. Academy. Major R. E. DeRussy. 
ARTILLERY. 

Colonels. James House, Wm. Linsley, Walker K. 
Armistcad,brig. gen. brev«, James R. Fen wick. 



ARMY LIST. 151 



Lieutenant Colonels. — J. B. Walbach, J. B. Crane, 
James Bankhead, Abram Eustis. 

Majors. — William Gates, Roger Jones, A. S. Brooks, 
A, C. W. Fanning. 

INFANTRY, 

Colonels. Zachariah Taylor, Hugh Brady, H. 
Leavenworth, D. L. Clinch, G. M. Brooke, Henry At- 
kinson, M. Arbuekle. 

Lieutenant Colonels. Wm. Davenport, Alex. Cum- 
mings, Josiah H. Vose, D. E. Twiggs, Enos Cutler, 
Daniel Baker, J. B. Many* 

Majors.— John Bliss, Wm. Whistler, Wm. S. Fos- 
ter, George Bender, S. W. Kearney, , 

S. Burbank. 

Henry Dodge, Major Battalion of Mounted Rangers. 
MARINE CORPS. 

Lieut. Col. Commandant. Archibald Henderson. 
Captains. Robert D. Wainwright, Samuel Miller,. 
John M. Gamble, Samuel E. Watson, Wm. H. Free- 
man, brevet, lieut. col's. 



NAVY M§T. 



Secretary—Levi Woodbury, $6000 

€hief Clerk— John Boyle, 2000 

Commissioners — John Rodgers, President, 3500 

Isaac Chauncey, 3500 

Charles Morris, 3500 

Secretary — Charles W. Goldsborough, 2000 

Chief Clerk— Wm. G. Ridgely, 1600 

Captains 37 — John Rodgers, James Barron, Charles 
Stewart, Isaac Hull, Isaac Chauncey. Jacob Jones, 
Charles Morris, Lewis Warrington, Wm. M. Crane, 
James Biddle, Cbarles G. Ridgley, Daniel T. Patter- 
son, Melancthon T. Woolsey, John O. Creighton, John 
Downs, John D. Henley, Jesse D. Elliott, Stephen Cas- 
ein, James Renshaw, Alexander S. Wadsworth, Geo. 
C. Read, Henry E. Ballard, David Deacen, Samuel 
Woodhouse, Joseph J. Nicholson, Wolcot Chauncey, 
Edmund P. Kennedy, Alexander J. Dallas, John B. 



152 



NAVY LIST. 



Nicholson, B. V. Hoffman, Jesse Wilkinson, T. Ap 
Catesby Jones, Wm, Bolton, Wm. B, Shubric, Alex. 
Claxton, Cha's W. Morgan, Lawrence Kearney. 

Masters Commandant, 39 — George Budd, Foxhall 
A. Parker, E. R. MpCall, Daniel Turner, David Con- 
ner, John Gallagher,Thomas H, Stevens, W.. M. Hunt- 
er, John D. Sloat, Matthew C, Perry, Charles W. Skin- 
ner, John T. Newton, Joseph Smith, Lawrence Rosr- 
seau, George W. Storer, Beverly Kennon, Edward R, 
Shubric, F. H. Gregory, J. H. Clack, P. F. Voorhees, 
Benjamin Cooper, Wm. L, Gordon, Silas Duncan, Da- 
vid Geisinger, Robert F, Stockton, Isaac McKeever, 
Wm. D. Salter, Charles S. McCauley, Thomas rVL 
Newell, E. A. F. Valette, Wm. A. Spencer, John H. 
Aulick, Yv^m. V. Taylor, Mervine P. Mix, Bl. Dulany, 
S. H. Stringham, J. P. Zantzinger, Thomas T. Webb, 
John Percival. 



VESSELS OF WAR OF THE UNITED STATES NAVY, 



Ships of the Line. 



Columbus, Rate 


74 built at Washington, 


1819 


Independence, 


74 


Boston, 


1814 


Ohio, 


74 


New- York, 


1820 


V^ashington, 


74 


Portsmouth, 


1814 


Franklin, 


74 


Philadelphia, 


1815 


North-Carolina, 


74 


Philadelphia, 


1820 


Delaware, 


74 


Norfolk, 


}820 


Alabama, 


74 


Portsmouth. 




Vermont, 


74 


Boston. 




Virginia, 


74 


Boston. 




Pennsylvania, 


74 


Philadelphia. 




New- York, 


74 


Norfolk. 




Frigates of the 


First Class. 




United States, Rate 


44 built at Philadelphia , 


1797 


Brandywinc, 


44 


Washington, 


1825 


Potomac, 


44 


Washington, 


1821 


Constitution, 


44 


Boston, 


1797 


Hudson, 


44 


Purchase^, 


1S2G 


Java, 


44 


Baltimore, 


1814 


Guerriere, 


44 


Philadelphia, 


18H 


Santee, 


44 


Portsmouth. 







NAVY LIST 




lm 


Cumberland, 


44 




Boston, 




Sabine, 


44 




New- York. 




Savannah, 


44 




do. on the stocks 


Raritan, 


44 




Philad, do 




Columbia, 


44 




Wash. do 




St. Lawrence, 


44 




Norfolk, do 




Frigates of the 


Second Class. 




Constellation, 


30 




Baltimoio, 


1797 


Congress, 


3G 




Portsmouth, 


1799 


Macedonian, 


36 




Captured. 


1812 




Sloops of War. 




John Adams, 


Rate 24builtatCharleston, 


1799 


Cyane, 


24 




Captured, 


1815 


Concord, 


18 




Portsmouth, 


1828 


Boston, 


18 




Boston, 


1825 


Vandalia, 


18 




Philadelphia, 


1828 


St. Louis, 


18 




Washington, 


1828 


Falmouth, 


18 




Boston, 


1827 


Warren, 


18 




Boston, 


1820 


Peacock, 


18 




New-York, 


1813 


Lexington, 


18 




New- York, 


1825 


Eric, 


18 




Baltimore, 


1813 


Natchez, 


18 




Norfolk, 


1827 


Faufield, 


13 




New-York, 


1828 


Ontario, 


18 




Baltimore, 


1813 


Yincennc3, 


18 




New- York, 


1826 




Schooners 


of- 


Yar. 




Grampus, 


12 




Washington, 


1821 


Enterprizc, 


12 




New- York, 


1831 


Boxer, 


12 




Boston, 


1831 


Dolphin, 


12 




Philadelphia, 


1821 


Experiment, 


12 




Washington, 


1832 



List of Yesscls in Commission, their Commanders and 
Stations, 
Mediterranean Station. — Delaware, Capt.. H. Vi, 
Ballard ; United States, Capt. J. B. Nicholson ; Con- 
stellation, Capt. George C. Read ; John Adams, M'r 
Commandant, P. F. Yoorhccg ; Shark, Lieut. Hiram 
Paulding. 



154 MASONIC — RAIL-ROAD — ELECTORS MEETINGS. 

West Indies. — Vandalia, M'r Comm'dt Thomas T* 
Webb ; St. Louis, M'r Comm'dt Thomas M. Newell > 
Grampus, Lieut. Joseph Smoot ; Porpoise, Lieut. Wnv 
Taylor ; Experiment, Lieut. Thomas Paine. 

Brazil. — Lexington, M'r Comm'dt Isaac MeKeever ; 
Peacock, M'r Comm'dt David Geisinger ; Natchez,M'r 
Comm'dt John P. Zantzinger ; Ontario, M'r Comm'dt 
Wm. D. Salter ; Enterprize, Lieut. Samuel W. Down- 
ing ; Boxer, Lieut. Wm. F. Shields. 

Pacific. — Potomac, Comm. JohnDownes; Falmouth, 
M'r Comm'dt F. H. Gregory; Fairfield, M'r Comman- 
dant E. A. F. Valette ; Vincennes, Comm. Alexander 
Wadsworth ; Dolphin, Lieut. Ralph Voorhees. 

MASONIC 

GRAND COUNCIL. 

T. I. William H. Ellis, G. P.— I. Joshua R Jewett, 
D. G. P.— I. Horace Goodwin, 2d. G. T. I.— I. Wm. 
H. Holly, G. P. C— I. Henry Peck, G. C. G.— I. La- 
ban Smith, G. Treasurer. — I. E. G. Storer G. Recorder 

GRAND CHAPTER. 

M. E. Asa Child, G. H. P.— R E. Ingoldsby W, 
Crawford, D. G. H. P.— R. E. Amherst D. Scovel, G. 
K. — R. E. Leonard Hendee, G. S. — R. E. Laban Smith, 
G. Treasurer.— R. E., E G. Storer, G. Secretary. 

GRAND LODGE. 

M. W. Thomas Hubbard, G. M— R. W. Leonard 
Hendee, D. G. M.— R. W. Wm. H. Ellis, S. G. W.— 
R.W. Dyer T.Brainard, J.G.W.— R.W. Laban Smith, 
G. Treasurer. 

New- York, Providence and Boston Rail-Road. 
John S. Crary, President* Samuel D. Denison, Sec*y. 

Electors Meetings are held annually, on the first 
Monday in April. 

Errata. — Commissioners on Thames River, Albert 
Smith, J. P, Huntington, H. B. Norton. Agent, John 
Prentice. Alfred Hall, Attorney, moved to Chatham.— *■ 
County Court sits at Fairfield 2d Tuesday in February. 



An 



MERCANTILE ALMANAC, 

1834. 



—Sunday, 

^Monday, 

—Tuesday, 

— Wednesday- 

— Thursday. 
—Friday. 
Saturday, 


-Sunday, 
-Monday, 

— Tuesday. 

— Wednesday, 
-Thursday. 
—Friday* 

— Saturday. 


JAN 12 3 4 


JULY 12 3 4 5 


5 G 7 8 9 10 11 


6 7 8 9 10 11 12 


12 13 14 15 16 17 18 


13 14 15 16 17 18 19 


19 20 21 22 23 24 25 


20 21 22 23 24 25 26 


26 27 28 29 30 31 


27 28 29 30 31 


FEB 1 


AUGUST 1 2 


2 3 4 5 6 7 8 


3 4 5 6 7 8 9 


9 10 11 12 13 14 15 


10 11 12 13 14 15 16 


16 17 18 19 20 21 22 


17 18 19 20 21 22 23 


23 24 25 26 27 28 


24 25 26 27 28 29 30 


MARCH 1 


31 


2 3 4 5 6 7 8 


SEP1 2 3 4 5 6 


9 10 11 12 13 14 15 


7 8 9 10 11 12 13 


16 17 18 19 20 21 22 


14 15 16 17 18 19 20 


23 24 25 25 27 28 29 


21 22 23 24 25 26 27 


30 31 


28 29 30 


APRIL 


OCT 12 3 4 


12 3 4 5 


5 6 7 8 9 10 11 


6 7 8 9 10 11 12 


12 13 14 15 16 17 18 


13 14 15 16 17 18 19 


19 20 21 22 23 24 25 


20 21 22 23 24 25 26 


26 27 28 29 30 31 


27 28 29 30 


NOV i 


MAY 1 2 3 


2 3 4 5 6 7 8 


4 5 6 7 8 9 10 


9 10 11 12 13 14 15 


11 12 13 14 15 16 17 


16 17 18 19 20 21 22 


18 19 20 21 22 23 24 


23 24 25 26 27 28 29 


25 26 27 28 29 30 31 


30 


JUNE 


DEC 


12 3 4 5 6 7 


12 3 4 5 6 


8 9 10 11 12 13 14 


7 8 9 10 11 12 13 


15 16 17 18 19 20 21 


14 15 16 17 18 19 20 


22 23 24 25 26 27 28 


21 22 23 24 25 26 27 


29 30 


2^ 29 30 31 



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INDEX. 




A. 




C. B. A. Edu.Soc. 


10* 


Academics, 94- 


-97 


Comm's of Bridges, 


56 


American Asylum, 


97 


Conn River co. 


57 


Almanac, 


5 


Farmington Canal, 


57 


Army List, 


151 


Ferries, 


56 


Attorneys, Hartford 




List Assessment, 


57 


County, 


32 


Roads, 52- 


-55 


New-Haven, 


35 


Rail Road, 


57 


New-London, 


37 


State Prison, 


57 


Fairfield, 


40 


Thames River, 


160 


Windham, 


42 


Union company, 


57 


Litchfield, 


45 


Com. to take ack. ) 
of Deeds, &c. ) 


58 


Middlesex, 


47 


Tolland, 


49 


County of Hartford, 


30 


Allotment of Judges, 


140 


New-Haven. 


33 


B. 




New-London, 


35 


Banks, 75 


—85 


Fairfield, 


38 


Savings, 84 


-85 


Windham, 


41 


Bible Societies, 100- 


-104 


Litchfield, 


43 


Bishops, Episcopal, 


110 


Middlesex, 


46 


Methodist, 


111 


Tolland, 


48 


Roman Cath. 


111 


Custom house officers, 


14S 


Boroughs, 66 


—68 


Courts, Superior and 




C. 




County [see Calendar 


Cities, 




pages. J 




Hartford, 


64 


Probate, 


49 


New- Haven, 


64 


D. 




New-London, 


65 


Distances from Capitals 


, 19 


Norwich, 


65 


Districts Cong. 


59 


Middletown, 


66 


Senate, 


60 


Clergymen, 104— 


-110 


District Law, 61- 


-62 


Colleges. Yale, 


89 


Deposites Banks, 


147 


Washington, 


92 


E. 




Wesleyan, 


93 


Eclipses, &c. 


3 


Con. Academy, 


94 


Electors meetings, 


154 


Com. School Fund, 


25 


Ed. Soc. Norwich, 


102 


Comptroller, 


25 


Ep. Conv, Meetings, 


111 


Collegiate Institute, 


97 


F. 




Church Schol, Soc, 


9£ 


Farm'n Canal co. 


8S 


Colonization Soc. 


9S 


G. 




Con. River Co. 


87 


Gov't of Connecticut 




Conve, State Tem 


101 


Exec, and Legislative 35 



I&DEX; 



Judicial and Civil do. 


30, 


Governors of the several 


States, 


135 


H. 




Hartford Bridge Compa 

I. 
Insurance ComJ3» 85- 


. 87 


-87 


Interest Table, 


20 


L* 




Lyceum, Hartford, 


111 


New-London, 


in 


M. 




Masonic Society, 


154 


Missionary Soc. 102— 


-104 


Mis. Soc. Norwich, 


101 


Medical Society 


62 


Fellows, 


€3 


Clerks, 


63 


Mohegan Soc. 


99 


Mercantile Almanac, 


155 


Militia, 


112 


Minis. & Cons. 148- 


-150 


N. 




Navy List, 


151 


Norwich water power 




company. 


88 


Norwich Aq. Co. 


88 


Notaries Public, 


51 


O. 




Orphan As'm, Hartford, 99 


P. 




Packet Co. N, H. 


88 


Patent Office, 


141 


Phi Beta Kappaj 


94 


Post OmceBj 


136 


Postage, 


139 


R. 




Rail Road Company, 




Norwich* 


8S 



Do. Stonington, 154 
Rep's bfU. S. 144—146 
Retreat forlnsane, 
Roads, 
Revenue Cutters* 

S. 
Senators of U. Si 
Soe'y C. P. Epi C; K. 
^tate Prison Direc. 
Sup. Court, Con. 
Steam Boat Companies 

Hartford, 

New-Haven, 

N, L. & Norwich, 
Surveyors of Conn. 
Sabbath S. U, 
Sunday School P. E. 

T. 
Temp; Soc. Cong. 
Temperance Soc. 101— 
Town ofncers, 
Table High Water, 

Federal Money, 

Foreign Coins, 

Value of Coins, 
U. 
Union Co. Hartford, 



98 
17 

148 

143 

103 

57 

30 

87 
88* 
89 
59 
100 
103 



101 

102 

69 

4 

21 

24 

22—23 



87 



144- 



U-. S. Calendar. 
U. S. Executive, &c. 
Senate, 
Represents, 
Judiciary, 
Army List, 
Navy List, 
Military Academy, 
Officers Customs, 
Courts, 147 

For'n Ministers, 148— 160 



141 
143 
146 
147 
150—151 
151—154 
142 
148 



PETER PAULEY'S GEOGRAPHY | 

* 4 

. • AND 

.HISTORY OF THE* WORLD? 



FRANCIS J. HUNTINGTON, Hartford, 

Publishes and keeps constantly for sale,the above, pop 
lar little manuals of Geography and .History, the oj 
containing Nine Maps and seventy five fingraving 
the other seventy five Engravings. From the mul 
tude of exceedingly favorable notices which have be< 
' given them from all quarters of thexoantry, the publit 
er Selects the following. The notice .was unasfce 
either by the author or myself, and \?ame to us who] 
unexpected. 

From the Missionary Herald. 

PARLEY'S GEOGRAPHY IN MODERN GREE! 

By theibllowing extract of .a letter from a gentlem 
now in Greece, the Rev. Mr. Temple, the Missiona3 
it appears that the popular Geography .of Mr. Pei 
Parley is about to be introduced into that country. 

."We have Peter Parley's Geography translate 
but I have not put it to press, because we-want the ci 
for it. There could scarcely be a better book on i 
subject for Greece, if we had all the cuts for the c< 
tumes of the different natioiu. I perceive that this I 
tie book has passed through seven editions in one" yi 
in the United States of America, and it well desen 
its good reputation. Will not the Board, or so 
friend, procure for us all those cuts ? If Mr, Pe 
Parley, (I know not who he is,) 'would make a donat; 
of them, i~should feel peculiarly happy in introduci 
him to more than 20,000 youths in the Greek nati< 
who would not fail to cherish for him more than^pr 
nary reverence and gratitude." 

We are happy /o learn that the author has generoi 
ly offered to make a donation of the cuts and plati 
and that they will shortly be transmitted to Malta. 



COX\ r «CCTlCUT ANNUAL 



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UNITED STATES CAJLElf DAI 



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TO WHICH IS PREFIXED 



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PUBLISHED BY SAMtTET. GREEN, MBW-LOR»OK, AJ» 
FRANCIS f. HUNTINGTON, HARTFORD. 

SAMUEL GREEN.....„.FRINTER. 






Gc 

974.6 M. 

C7673a 

1835 

1217019 

GENEALOGY COLJJECTIONI 



/ 




VIEW OF THE MONUMENT ON MOUNT I.EDfARD, GROTON, 
FROM NEW-LONDON. 



THE 

CONNECTICUT ANNUAL 

REGISTER, 

AND 

UNITEU STATES CALENDAR. 



TO WHICH IS PREFIXED 



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CONTAINING ALSO 

ECCLESIASTICAL LISTS ; TOWN OFFICERS ; CORPORATE 

INSTITUTIONS, FOR LITERARY AND RELIGIOUS 

purposes; STATISTICAL TABLES, and a 

VARIETY OF OTHER INTERESTING 

ARTICLES. 



WO. 45. 



PUBLISHED BY SAMUEL GREEN, NEW-LONDON, AND 
FRANCIS J. HUNTINGTON, HARTFORD. 



Samuel GREEN:::::::rRiNTER. 



r~ A 



Entered nccorJ'fig to the Act of Congress 

BY SAMUEL GREEN AND FRAKCIS J. HrKTlKOTOK, 

m the dice of the clerk ot the district of €©n£€e!ieu£ 



Y^ 



ALMANACK for the year 1835. 
ECLIPSES. 1217019 

:o: 

1. The first will bo of the Sun, May 27th, at 8h, 
45m. in the morning ; to us invisible. 

The centre of the moon's dark shadow will first fall 
upon the South Pacific Geea-;, Lat. 30° 02' S. Long. 
73° 26' W.; paes over S >uth America, from near Point 
Ccquimbo to Cope St. Roque ; cross the Atlantic; enter 
upon the Continent of Africa, near Cape Sierra Leone; 
pass over the mountains of Kong, and go off" in the in- 
tenor of Ethiopia ; making an annular central eclipse 
at the places over which it passas, exhibiting a bright 
ring on the Sun's outer Limb. 

U. The second will be a small eclipse of the Moon, 
June 10th at 5h. 53m, in the afternoon ; to us invisible. 

III. The third will be of the Sun, November 20th at 
5h. 43m. in the rooming ; to us invisible. 

The centre of the Moon's dark shadow will first fall 
upon the Atlantic Ocean, Lat. 28° 33' N. Long 35° 50' 
W. ; pass between the Azores and Cape Verd Islands ; 
enter upon the Continent of Afrca near the mouth of 
the Senegal River ; pass over Sena Gambia, the Gulf of 
Guinea, St. Salvadore, Ethiopia, the Island of Mada- 
gascar, and go off in the Indiin Ocean, exhibiting a 
total eclipse at all the places over which it passes. 

IV. There will also, on the 7th day of November, 
1835, be a transit of Mercury over the Sun's disk, as 

follows — 

H. M. 

First contact of limbs 43 1 MeRn t)me „ ; 

Least distance of centres, 3 18 > the Allewoon . . 

Ldst contact or end or transit, o 04 j 

ELECTOR'S MEETINGS 

Are held annually on the first Monday ia 
April. 



A TABLE 

Showing the difference of High Water at several 
places from New-London. 



The sixth column of each monthly -page thews the 
time of high water at New L' mlon, N. "York,Elizabeth- 
town Point, Tarpaulin Cove, Cape I]enloper;,Cockspur, 
in Georgia, and Brunswick, in N. Caiolina — (o which if 
you add and subtract as in the annexed table, you v ill 
have the t me of high water at the following places. A^ 
shows that the annexed quantity of time must be added, 
f-i, subtracted — H st .nds for hours — M for minutts. 



Names of Places. 


H M. 


Names of Phu. 


es+ 


H. Hi 


Am boy 


S. 


45 


New bury port 


A. 


2 45 


Annapolis, Md. 


£. 


2 


New Haven 


A. 


1 50 


Annapolis, Novs 


A. 


3 C 


New Providence 


S. 


1 25 


New .Bedford 


S. 


1 12 


Norwich Lunding A. 


45 


I] os ten 


A. 


2 15 


Penobscot 


A. 


3 


Cape Ann 


A. 


2 45 


Pensaco'a 


S. 


1 


Cape Fear 


S. 


1 


Philadelphia 


A. 


4 20 


Casco Br»y 


A. 


2 15 


Piscalaway 


A. 


2 40 


Charleston Bar 


S. 


2 «n 


Plymouth 


A. 


1 45 


Fairfield 


A. 


2 


Poit Ro\al, s. c. 


\ S. 


50 


Fred erica 


S. 


1 


Portsmouth 


A 


2 45 


Geoigetown bar 


s. 


2 20 


Provide nee 


£. 


1 


Guilford 


A. 


1 30 


Quebec 


A. 


3 


JIalilax 


A. 


3 


Rh >de Island 


S. 


45 


Hell Gate 


A. 


30 


Salem 


A 


2 45 


Hartford 


A. 


2 20 


Sandy Hook 


A. 


55 


Huntington 


A. 


2 


Savannah 


i.\ 


1 12 


Ipswich 


A. 


2 45 


Saybrook 


a! 


T5 


Jamestown 


A. 


50 


St. Augustine, B. 


#. 


1 25 


Louisburg 


A. 


3 


>t. Johns. Newf. 


A. 


30 


Main Ocean 


s. 


45 


Tybee Bar 


A. 


15 


Mobile Point 


A. 


6 


Williams, Ya. 


A, 


2 15 


Nantucket 


S. 


1 30 


Wilmington, N. C.A. 


2 15 



RX)ADS. 



Old Road from 
New Yor 
To Cambridge 
W aierto w n 
Walih-am 
Weston 
Sun bury 
Marlborough 
Northboro 
Shrewsbury 
Worcester 
Leirest*» - 
Spencer. 
Biookfield, 
Weston 
Palmer 
Wilbraham. 
Springfield 
Nuffield 
Windsor 
Hartford 
■Berlin 
Me rid en 
Wallingford 
New Haven 
Mifford 
Stratford 
Bridgeport 
Fairfield 

Saugatuc * 

Noiwalk 
Darien 
Stamford 
Horse neck 
Rye 

East Chester 
West Farms 
Harlaem Bridge 
New- York 



ROADS. 

Bos/on /pJFrom Boston to Hart'd. 123 
k. (Hartford to N. York 112 

is 

Whole distance 235 



Bar I ford to Windsor, Vl. 
Springfield 28 

Northampton \Q 

Dee. field 28 

Putney Q$ 

'Charlestown 20 

£] Windsor 1b 

5 New -London to Newport. 
'Westerly 15 

6i| Tower Hill 25 

C/Naraganset Ferry 3 

?Wewport 7 

New- York to Washington* 



Princeton 

Philadelphia 

Wilmington 

nsquehannah (Havre) 

altimore 



}1 

24 

1€ 

7 

IC 

el 

&]Gents 

S| Washington 

£ 
4 
A 
6 
4 



52 

94 

128 

158 
192 
214 

227 
' Post Road from Boston to 

Hartford, 
Farmington 2® 

Worcester Jg 

Slurbridge ]g 

Stafford Jg 

&i Veraoii " J2 

H Hartford 14 

5 Turnpike from New London 
5 to Providence and Boston. 
10 Mystic, Williams's 7£ 

4 N. Stonrngton, Miner's *4 
4 Hopkinton City 2J 

8 West Greenwich, Blake's 15 
- Fro vide nee 16& 






§ 

jSoston 

Whole distance 
From New-London to 
teich and Boston 
To Montvilie 
Norwich 
Jewett's CUy 
Plainfceld 
Sterling 
Scitiiate 
Providence 
Attleboiough 
Walpole 
Dedham 
Boston 



^GlaBtenbury.Wcllee's I 

liI Hanford Total *M-^ 
^r-l From Hartford to JtWany. 
Northington 

N. Hartford 8 

Winchester g 

Norfolk j 4 

Sheffield 6 

J Great Barri»|to* ^ 

11 W. Stockbrid&e B 

15 N. Caoaaii g 

121 Chatham 4 

101 Nassau Village G 

lOlSchodack s & 

101 Albany, Skinner a 



Total ™0 Total *J 

From Bo ton to Portland \ yew Turnpike jMJ^ 11 ^ 
Lynn J Hareii W ■Aft"** 



Ly 

Salem 

IpswiGh 

Kewburyport 

Hampton 
Portsmouth 
K-ennebeck 
Portland 



HflMW 10 tforwen. 

! ;1 Provident «.*• 
'FromN.H.byW.Btan- 

I| ford to Esses Jerry 
13 Essex Ferry to Salem 

1 cross roads 
2 2 Thence to Norwich city 

Total 



SO 

n 

loi 



-pijst « »4fe,s?»«r 



Lyme' 
Saybvook 
XilUngwortW 
Guilford 
Br and ford, 
Jfew Haven 



3S 

42 



16|& Volume wii to irov. 
slThence to Boston 

Total ISO 
9 | From Albany to Buffalo.^ 

8 Schenectady ^ 

- Amsterdam ^ 

Total SSlJohnsion u 

Montvilie, e'tfUca, Shepard'a * 

2S1 6 ? 1 * , 6 Vernon L 

Colchester, UnoK l» 

Mailborou^, l Maulius ^ 



210 a oa. 



9 



Marcellm 1? 

SkeneaUlos 10 

Auburn 6 

Cayuga 4 

Geneva 5 

Goriiaia 10 

Catiatidaigiia 6 

East Bloom fie Id 6 

West Bloomfield 5 

Lima 5 Avon 3 8 

Caledonia 7 

Batavia 18 

Buffalo 36 

From Canandaigua to J\Ti- 

agara Falls. 

Genesee River 27£ 

Batavia 27 

Buffalo Creek 36 

Niagara Falls 21| 

112- 

From Providence to Harlfd 

Plaiufield 3C 



I Windham 14 

Hartford 30 

70 , 

Post Hoadfiom Hartford to 

Providence. 
Manchester 10 Coventry 16 
Mansfield 7 Ashfurda 15 
Kiliin^ly Cen he, 1 \ 

Gloucester 3 Scituale 8 16 
Piovidence PJ 

Total 69 h ■ 

Middle Road from Boston to 

Hartford. 
DeHham 10 

Pomfift 47 

Hartford 40 

97 

From Hartford to J\". Haven, 

through Middlclown. 
Middle town 15 

Northford }t 

iVew Haven 33 — 1 1 



Distances from Washington to the Capitals 
the States — Main Post Road. 
Northern Route. Southern Route* 

Richmond, Va. 
Fayettville, N. C. 
Columbus, Ohio, 
Charleston, S G. 
Frankfort, Ken. 
Indianapolis, Ind. 
Savannah, Geo. 
Mui free sboro' Ten. 
Vandalia, Illinois, 
St. Louis, Miso. 
Tuscaloosa, Alab. 
Mnnticello, Missis. 
New Orleans, Lou. 
Tallahassee, Florida. 
Little Rock, Arkansas, 
Du'roJt, Michiganj 



To Baltimore 


3R 


Wilmington, Del, 


111 


Philadelphia 


137 


Trenton, N. J. 


170 


New York 


22? 


New Haven 


304 


Middietown 


329 


Hartford 


336 


New Loudon 


sm 


Norwich 


378 


Providence 


410 


Boston 


436 


Portsmouth, N. H. 


492 


Monipelier, Vt. 


534 


Portland, Ms.. 


554 


Eust.no it 


scr 



of all 



123 

343 
4 IP. 
544 
565 
603 
657 
703 
781 
656 
830 
1230 
1203 
«9G 
106rt 
528 



P^TJ^~ 



10 



WEIGHT AND VALUE OF GOLD COI>?S. 



A TABLE OF GOLD COINS. 
Calculated and arranged, according to the actual rule 
in use at the United States Mint, for estimating the 
value of gold. 



Karnes of Coins 



BRAZIL. 

Johannes, half 
in proportion 

Dobraon, 

Dobra, 

Moidore, half 
in proportion. 

Crusado, 
ENGLAND, 

Guinea, half in 
proportion, 

Sovereign, do. 

Seven Shilling 
Piece. 
FRANCE. 

Double Louis, 
L-oined before 1786 

Louis, do. 

"Double Louis 
coined since 1786 

Louis, do. do 

Double Napole 

on, or 40 francs. 

Napoleon, or 

SO franks. 

COLOMBIA. 

Doubloons, 
MEXICO. 

Doubloons, sh's 
in proportion, 



Weight. 


Grrains of 


Stand. 


Stand. 




pure 


before 


after 


dwt. grs. 


Gold. 


1st Aug. 


1st Aug. 








d. 


c. m. 


d. c. m. 


18 






16 




17 06 S 


34 12 


759 




30 


66 6 


32 71 4 


18 6 


401 


5 


16 


22 2 


17 30 5 


6 22 


152 


2 


6 


14 9 


6 56 


16q 


15 


8 




59 8 


63 8 


5 9h 


118 


7 


4 


79 6 


5 11 6 


5 3q 


113 


1 


4 


57 


4 87 5 


1 19 


39 


6 


1 


60 


1 70 6 


10 11 


224 


9 


9 


68 7 


9 69 4 


5 6h 


112 


4 


4 


54 1 


4 84 4 


9 20 


212 


6 


3 


59 


9 16 3 


4 22 


106 


3 


4 


29 5 


4 53 1 


8 7 


179 




7 


23 2 


7 71 3 


4 3h 


89 


7 


3 


62 4 


3 86 6 


17 8h 


360 


5 


14 


56 


15 53 8 


17 8h 


♦360 


5 


14 


56 


15 53 8 



WEIGHT AND VALUE OF GOLD COIN'3. 



11 



A TABLE OF GOLD COINS, 


BROUGHT FORWARD. 








Grains o 


'[ Stand. 


Stand. 




Weight. 


pure 


before 


after 


Names of Coins. 






Gold 


1st Aug. 


1 1st Aug. 




dw 


. grs 




d. c. ED. 


j d. c. ni. 


PORTUGAL. 










Dobraon, 


34 


12 


759 


30 66 6 


32 71 


Dobra, 


18 


6 


401 5 


16 22 2 


17 35 6 


Johannes, 


18 






16 


17 06 8 


Moidore, half 












in proportion, 


6 


22 


152 2 


6 14 9 


6 56 


Piece of 16tes- 












toons or 1600 reef 


2 


6 


49 3 


1 99 2 


2 12 5 


Old Crusado of 












4C0 recs. 




15 


13 6 


54 9 


58 6 


New do. 480 












rces, 




16q 


14 8 


59 8 


63 7 


Millree coined 












in 1755. 




19g 


18 1 


73 2 


78 


SPAIN. 












Quadruple Pis- 












tole or Doubloon. 












1772, double and 












single and shares 












in proportion, 


17 


8h 


37 2 


15 03 


16 03 3 


Doubloon 1801 


17 


9 


360 5 


14 56 


15 53 8 


Pistole 1C01, 


4 


8q 


90 1 


3 64 


3883 


Coronilla Gold 












Dollar orVintem 












1801. 


1 


3 


22 8 


92 1 


98 2 


U. STATES OP 












AMERICA. 












Ea^le, coined be- 












fore July 31,1834 


11 


G 


247 5 


10 


10 66 8 


Do. coined aftei 












July 31 1834. 


10 


18 


232 




10 


Shares in pro- 












portion. 








J 


Note. — In the 
h one half: and or 


above Tal 


>le, q den 

fcjMUl 


otes one 


quarter ; 



*v— 



12 



TABLE OF INTEREST. 



Table of-simp 


1e Interest at 6 per cent, in I) >1U. S: <'ts 


rVmc.pal 


|1 w. | 1 m. \ 3 m. 6 m. 1 1 yr. 


D. CJD. C.i D. C.|D. C. |1). C. 


Cj&.\ts 


10|0 0.0 


0; Oj" 




20 ! 







30 











I 




40 


o o f 








1 


2 * 




50 











2 


3* 


Dollars 


1 


o o 





1 


3 


6 




2 


o 


1 


3 


6 


12 




3 


o 


1 


4 


9 


18 




4 





2 


6 


12 


24 




5 





3 


7 


15 


e 30 




10 


1 


5 15 


30 


60 




2(, 


2 


10 SO 


60 


1 20 




30 


3 


15 45 


90 


1 80 




40 5 


20 60 


1 20 


2 40 




60 6 


25 75 


1 50 


3 




ioolo n 


50. 1 50 


3 


6 




200 25 


10 3 


6 


12 




300 37 


1 50 4 50 


9 


13 




400(0 50 


2 01 6 12 0' 24 




500,0 62 


2 50[ 7 50J15 30 




1000 


t 125 


j 


J51 


30 


60 o 



?CP To find the interest of any particular sum for 
any certain time, multiply the sum by the number of 
months, take one half of the product and you will find 
the two right hand figures to be cents— the remainder, 
on the left" hand are dollars, which is the answer. If 
there be cents in the sum, after you have multiplied as 
above, you will find the two right hand figures to be 
fractions, the two next cents, and the remainder in 
dollars, 



m 



January has 31 days, beginning on Thursday. 



i'n.sUjr. G.'i 4ti 54m alter. 


Lastqi.21ci 4h 9m alter* 


Pull Moon 14d4h29m aft. 


New 


Moon 28d4h25m aft 

0r. |0s.'F.sea. r.J)^ 


MjW Calendar, &c. 


1 


5 


Circum. 


7 2814 32 


11 2i 


7 14 


2 


6 


? r 5h 55m M 


7 27 [4 33 


aft.13 


8 23 


3 


? 


i seta 4h 29m M 


7 27 [4 33 


1 u 


9 25 


4 


D 


Day br 4h 44m 


7 26!4 34 


1 44 


10 28 


fi 


1 


$ south 1 lh 46m 


7 26:4 34 


2 20 


11 30 


6 


Epiph. 


7 25 4 35 


3 7 


morn. 


V 


4 


©Apogee 


7 25;4 35 


3 47 


31 


8 


5 




7 24;4 36 


4 28 


1 33 


r J- 


r> 


k r Oh 38m M 


7 24 4 36 


5 11 


2 34 


10 


7 


? r 5h 38m M 11 £ <§> 


7 23 4 37 


5 57 


3 37 


11 


c> 


1st Sund aft Epiph 


7 22 4 38 


6 40 


4 32 


12 


s 




7 21 4 39 


7 38 


5 27 


13 


3 


$ 6 


7 214 39 


8 33 


6 24 


14 


4 


If sets 3h 44m M 


7 20l4 40 


9 29 


d riso 


15 


5 


$ south lOh 51m 


7 19|4 41 


10 24 


5 48 


16 


6 


Day break 5h 38m 


7 18J4 42 


11 8 


6 57 


1? 


7 


Full tides 


7 184 42 


morn. 


8 8 


J 8 


D 


2d Sunday aft Epiph 


7 17 4 43 


10 


9 20 


19 


2 


? ri 4h 41m M 


7 16 4 44 


1 1 


10 32 


80 


3 


^ r llh 52m V<4 tt 


7 1514 45 


1 50 


11 41 


21 


4 




7 14J4 46 


2 S8 


morn* 


22 


5 


® Peri-eo 


7 1314 47 


3 2e 


53 


22 


G 




7 124 48 


4 £C 


2 7 


24 


7 


£ South 10 h 


7 11 4 49 


5 IS 


3 17 


25 


D 


Conv St Paul d $ ® 


7 104 5C 


6 12 


4 28 


26 


2 


£ verj' biilliant 


7 9|4 51 


7 11 


5 32 


27 


3 


J? sets 2h 27m 


7 8|4 5i : 


8 1C 


6 37 


£*! 


4 




7 7 4 52 


9 7 


d set. 


29 


5 


? rise 4h 24m M 


7 64 54 


10 1 


6 1 


SO 


6 


Day break 5h 26m 


7 5J4 55 


10 51 


^ 7 


s: 


7 




7 3(4 57 


11 37 


8 1 4 



CALENDAR 

Of the Courts in this State arranged Monthly. 
SUPERIOR COURTS. 

JANUARY. At Npw Haven, Fourth Tuesday. 
Fr^oklyn, do. do. 

COUNTY COURT. 



February has 28 days, beginning on Sunday ,' 



First qr. 5d 2h 4 9 in aftei 
Full moon 13d 6h 13m morn. 



L,ast qr. 20d Oh 5m morn. 
New moon 27d 7h 41m hi. 



M W Calender &c. 

f 
2 

3 
4 
5 

6 



'0r- 0s. |F.sea;r.#s 



D 

2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7(7 



TO 
U 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
£0 
21 



22 D 



23 

24 
25 
25 
27 
28 



Purif B ■ V M 

'4 s 2h 24m M 
© Apogee 
Day or 5h 21m 

? r 4h 17m M 

$ sou 9h (j i('J 
Septuages. 

6 $ e 

If. set 2h M 
? r4h 15m M 
J? rlOh 22m 

Valentine 
Sexagesima 
O Perigee 
d % ® 

2f sets lh 25m M 
? rise 4h 14m M 

Day br5h 

Qminquages. 

6 ? m 

$ south 8h 
4 set lh M 
? ri 4h 10m M 
1? r 9h 20m 



1 


5*; 

56 

55 

5^J 

53 

51 

50|5 

495 

48 



6 40 
4, 

44 
42 

41 
40 
•3;; 
37 
36 
34 



6 3: 

6 32 
fe 30 
6 29 



9 

10 

i 11 

i 12 

i 1 

i 15 

16 

18 

19 

20 

22 

23 

24 

26 

2? 

28 

30 

31 



11 
I 15 

8 11 

9 7 
10 9 

10 53 

11 44 
morn. 

31 

1 25 

2 17 

3 11 



9 1< 

10 K 

11 II 
morn. 

H 

14 

1. 

H 



n 



7 

55 

65 43 
d rise 

7 5 

8 18 

9 31 

10 44 

11 5$ 
morn. 



6^59 

7 53 

8 43 



M 

N 

22 
31 

1: 



6 28 5 32 10 14 7 



9 30 d set. 



Venus [ ? J will be morning star until the 5th day of 
October, then evening star to the end of the year. 

supujnioa, coujiTd*.-.. 

FEBRUARY. At Hartford, second Tuesday. 
Litchfield, third, do. Middle town, fourth, do. 

COUNTY COURT. 

At Norwich, second Tuesday, 



Ma.rch has 31 days, beginning on Sunday. 



First qr. 7d llh 25m morn. 


Last qr. 2 Id 8h 39m morn. 


Full moon Mil 5h 20 n after. 


New mo. 28d llh 55m aft. 


MiWl Calendar, &e. . . 10M0S. jF. seau\$3. 


1 


1) 


1st S in lent 


6 26 


5 34 


10 5; 


8 5 


2 


■2 


? r 4h 19m M 


6 2f 


5 35 


11 37 


9 4 


3 


3 


J s 3h 24m M 


6 2C 


5 37 


aft. 18 


10 4 


4 


4 


^Perigee 


6 2S 


5 38 


59 


11 4 


5 


5 


2/s Oh 37m 


6 21 


5 39 


1 42 


morn. 


6 


6' 


6<BU 


6 13 


5 41 


2 28 


3 


7 


7 


Day break 4h 41m 


6 11] 


5 42 


3 16 


1 13 


8 


D 


2d S in lent 


3 16 


5 44 


4 7 


2 5 


9 


2 


6 $9 


6 15 


5 45 


5 1 


2 r >7 


10 


3 


l?r Bh 33m 


G 11 


5 46 


5 56 


3 47 


11 


4 


? r 4 14m M 


6 12 


5 48 


6 51 


4 37 


12 


5 




6. n 


5 49 


7 46 


5 16 


ia 


6 


Ifset Oh 20m M 


ff 10 


5 50 


8 39 


5 54 


U 


7 




6 8 


5 52 


9 32 


d rise 


15 


D 


3d S in lent 


S 7 


5 53 


10 23 


7 11 


16 


2 


©Perigee *? c4 ® 


6 5 


5 55 


11 16 


8 26 


17 


3 


Hihh tides 


<3 4 


5 56 


morn. 


9 42 


18 


4 


$ s 2h 45m M 


6 3 


5 57 


9 


10 57 


19 


5 


If sets midnight 


6 1 


5 59 


1 4 


morn. 


20 


6 




6 


6 


2 1 


13 


21 


7 


^enters^P 


5 5S 


6 2 


3 


1 20 


22 


D 


4th S in lent 


5 57 


6 3 


5 58 


2 28 


23 


2 


Daybreak 4h 17m 


5 56 


6 4 


4 55 


3 17 


24 


3 


6 ?• 


5 54 ! 6 6 


5 50 


4 7 


25 


4 


Annun B V M 


- re 


6 7 


6 40 


4 49 


26 


5 




5 51 


6 9 


7 28 


5 22 


27 


6 


? r 4h 8m M 


5 50 


6 10 


8 12 


5 42 


28 


7 




5 49 


6 11 


8 54 


d set. 


29 
30 


D 
2 


5th S« in lent 

71 set llh 17m M 


5 47 
5 46 


6 13 
6 14 


9 35 
10 15 


6 55 

7 49 


1 3l3 


@xipogee 


5 45 


6 15 


10 56 


8 54 




SUPERIOR COUJ 




u 


A] 


EtCH. At Norwich, third 

COUNTY COUE 


/rs. 


1 


''ueeda 


J* 



At Brooklyn, first Tuesday & New-Haven, third do. 
Hartford, fourth, do, Tolland, fourth, - do. 



April haa 30 days, beginning on Wednesday. 



f irit qi. (jd. 4:i. 44m. morn. 
Full moon 13d 2h 29m morn 



Last qr. 19d 6h 26m after 
New moon 27d 4h 33m aft. 



M 


W| Calendar, &,c. 


r. 


# s. 


[Fsea. 


r. D a. 


1 4 




5 43 


S 17 


11 3 


9 56 


25 


? r. 4h. 3m. M. 


5 42 


S 18 


aft 23 


10 55 


36 


2^set lib. 5m. ^ y © 


5 41 


6 19 


1 10 


11 54 


47 


Day br. 4h. 


5 39 


6 21 


1 59 


morn. 


5D 


6 S.in lent 


5 38 


6 22 


2 5 


54 


62 


6 $m- 


5 36 


6 24 


3 41 


1 36 


73 


$ set lh. 53m. M. 


5 35 


6 25 


4 38 


2 28 


84 


2(s I Oh. 49m. 


5 34 


6 26 


5 32 


3 9 


9 5 


?r 3h. 21m. 


5 32 


6 28 


6 25 


3 50 


10 6 


*?r 7h. 21m. 


5 31 


o 29 


7 17 


4 21 


n|7 




5 30 


6 30 


8 8 


4 53 


12' D 


Palm Sunday. 


5 28 


6 32 


9 


Rise 


132 


©Perigee <j ^ Q 


5 27 


6 33 


9 54 


7 19 


14 


3 


Full tides. 


5 26 


6 34 


10 50 


8 37 


15 


4 


Jup. set lOh. 28m. 


5 24 


6 36 


11 48 


9 58 


16 


5 




5 23 


6 37 


morn. 


11 10 


17 


6 


Good Friday. 


5 22 


6 38 


49 


morn. 


10 


7 




5 ®! 


6 39 


1 50 


23 


19 


D 


Easter Sunday. 


5 19 


6 41 


2 49 


1 18 


SO 


2 


E. Monday. 


5 18 


5 42 


3 46 


1 58 


21 


3 




5 17 


6 43 


4 38 


2 45 


£ l 2 


4 


6 ? @ 


5 15 


6 45 


5 26 


3 14 


23 


5 




5 14 


6 i6 


6 11 


3 43 


24 


6 


2£ sets lOh. 


5 13 


6 47 


6 54 


4 7 


'26 


7 


Day break 3h 21m.i 


5 12 


6 48 


7 34 


4 30 


26 




1st. after Easter. 


5 11 


6 49 


8 15 


4 52 


23 


2 




5 9 


6 51 


8 55 


Sets 


28 


3 


© Apogee. 


5 8 


6 52 


9 37 


7 47 


29 

3''' 


4 
5 


£s. lhM. cj 2{® 


5 7 
5 6 


6 53 
6 54 


10 20 

11 6 


8 48 

9 46 



SUPERIOR COURT, 

APRIL. At Tolland, third Tuesday. 

Fairfield Tues. foJ. 1st. Monday. 

COUNTY COURTS. 

At JIaddara, Tues. aft, 1st. Monday, 

Litchfield first Tuesday. 



May has 31 da ys, beginning on F riday. 



First qr. 5d 5h 56m alter. 
Full mo. 12d 10h27m morn. 



/vl|W 

16 

27 



Calendar, &c. 



8 

9 

to 

11 
12 
13 
14 

15 

16 
l7 

1.8 
19 

gfl 

21 

2- 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 



j?]ec. Hartford, 

Day br. 3h. ? r 3h 30m 



J? sou lOh. 
3 aft. E. 4 



Lvast qr. 19d 5h 42m 
New mo 27d 8h 45in 

J p r. i#3. |F.sea 

5 



X s 9h 38m 
2 ta t. E. 
j s Oh 43m. 



6 i €> 



% O 



(|| Perigee. 

High tides 

Zf set 9h. 

$ set Oh 21m M." 

4th S. after Easter. 

Dav break 2h 39m 
? r 3h 15m M. 



£ s midnight. 
5 aft. E. <J $ 
H Apogee 
2f s 8h 29m 
O Eclipsed. 
Ascen. H. T 



<J u 



? r 3h M. 

1st S. after Ascen. 



morn, 
morn. 

irT©s. 



I 


59 

58 

57 

56 

55 

54 

53 

52 

51 

50 

49 

48 

47 

4 46 

4 45 

4 44 

4 43 

4 42 

4 42 

4 41 

4 40 

4 39 

4 39 

4 38 

4 37 

4 37 



6 55 
6 57 

58 

59 





11 55 
aft. 46 

1 38 

2 30 

3 23 

4 14 

5 5 

5 56 

6 45 

7 37 

8 31 

9 29 

10 30 

11 33 
morn, 

36 

1 36 

2 32 

3 23 



9 
53 
34 
14 
55 
36 

8 19 

9 4 
9 52 

10 42 

11 35 
aft 20 



10 45 

11 36 
mom. 

27 

1 7 



47 
19 
SI 
19 
48 
18 



d rise 

8 44 

10 3 

11 21 
norn. 

2 

41 

1 20 

1 47 

2 13 
2 35 

2 57 

3 20 
3 42 
d set. 

5 51 
7 43 

9 35 

10 23 

11 11 



There are no Courts holden in this Month, 
2 



June has 30 days, beginning on Monday* 



First qr. 4d 3h 19m morn. 
Full moon lOd 5h 56m aft. 



Last qr. I7d 7h 19m after. 
New moon 25d llh 34m aft 



MfVV{ Calender, &c. 



l^r.f^s. iF.sea.fr.f) g . 



1 19|11 50 

2 10 morn. 
59! 26 



9 
10 
11 
12 

13 

14 

15 

1 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

25. 

26 6 



27 
20 
29 
30 



$ Perigee. 
T? s llh 37m. 

?r3hM. 
2£s8h 

6 h 9> 

Whit Sunday 
Day break 2h 15m 

_ s lh 40m ©eclips. 
$ r 2h 56m 
If s 7h41m 

Trinity Sunday, 



$ sets llh. 
? r2h52mM. 

1st after Trinity. 
(|D Apogee ent SB 

6 ? ® 



h s Oh 40m d 

5 r 2h 53m M 

2 aft Trin. 
s lOh 42m 

6 % © 



y © 



4 36,7 241 

A 36 7 24 
35 7 25 



54 

1 22 

1 49 

2 16 

2 43 

3 22 



36 

<&\ 
16 

11 

8 10; 

9 12' d rise 

28 10 16; 8 47 

29 11 19; 9 43 
3l|7 29 morn.10 38 
31 ( ! 7 29 19 11 13 

1 14,11 48 

2 3 morn. 
2 
3 
4 
4 
5 
6 
7 
7 



31|7 29 
31j7 29 
31 j7 29 
307 30 

30j7 30 
30 7 30 
307 30 

'7 



32 
13 
53 
34 
16 

48 

8 37 

9 29 

10 22 

11 15 
aft. 7 
11 7 



49| 18 

44 

1 03 
1 23 

1 47 

2 11 

2 41 

3 12 
d set. 

8 22 

9 7 
9 51 

10 29 

11 8 



SUPREME COURT OF ERRORS. 

JUNE. At Hartford, second Tuesday. 

Litchfield, third do. Danbury, fourth do, 
N. Haven, Tues. fol. fourth, do: 

COUNTY COURTS. 

At New-London, second Tuesday, N. Haven, 4th do. 



July has 31 days, beginning on Wednesday. 



First qr. 3d 9h 54m morn. 
Full mo. lOd lh 50m morn. 



Last qr. I7d 10b 57m morn. 
New mo. 25d Oh 27m after. 



M[Wj Calendar, &c. 



I|M8 S ' 1F - seair.fjs. 



5 \2l t 3h 42m M. 

6 ? r 3h 4 Tp Q 

7 In*, decl. 1776. 
D 3 aft Trin. 

« I 

(§ Perigee. 



8. 

95 
10 6 
117 

12 D 

13 2 

14 3 

15 4 

16 5 

17 6 
187 

19 D 

20 2 
213 

22 4 

23 5 

24 6 
25 



26 
27 

28 

29 
30 
31 



$ s lOh. 

21 r 3h 18m M. 

4 aft Trin. 

Day break 2h 25m. 
h s llh 37m 4 $ 
? r3hM 



5 aft Trinity. 
9 Apogee. 



6 n d 

2f r 2h 39m «j 
$ s 9h 25m 
Dog days begin 
6 aft Trin. 

6 S %> 

? r 3h 24m M. 



¥ 9 



4 31 


7 2S 


[ 1 43 


11 15 


4 3S 


5 7 2fj 


2 32 


morn. 


4 3S 


7 28 


3 20 


4 


4 3^ 


7 27 


4 9 


26 


4 33 


7 27 


5 


49 


4 33 


7 27 


5 55 


1 22 


4 34 


7 26 


6 54 


1 52 


4 34 


7 26 


7 56 


2 46 


4 35 


7 25 


9 00 


3 40 


4 36 


7 24 


10 1 


d rise 


4 36 


7 24 


10 59 


9 12 


4 37 


7 23 


11 43 


9 39 


4 38 


7 22 


morn . 


10 12 


4 38 


7 22 


41 


10 44 


4 39 


7 21 


1 26 


11 6 


4 40 


7 20 


2 8 


11 28 


4 40 


7 20 


2 43 


11 51 


4 41 


7 19 


3 30 


morn. 


4 42 


7 18 


4 12 


15 


4 43 


7 17 


4 56 


49 


4 43 


7 17 


5 42 


1 12 


4 4<* 


7 16 


6 31 


1 52 


4 45 


7 15 


7 22 


2 32 


4 46 


7 14 


8 15 


3 20 


4 47 


7 13 


9 9 


d set. 


4 48 


7 12 


10 2 


8 27 


4 49 


7 11 


10 53 


8 59 


4 50 


7 10 


ri 43 


9 31 


4 51 


7 9: 


ift.31 


9 50 


4 52 


7 8 


1 18 


10 19 


4 53 


7 7 


2 6 


10 48 



SUPREME COURT OF ERRORS. * 

JULY. At Middletown, [a] second Tuesday. 

N. London, [a] third do. 

Brooklyn, fourth do. 

Tolland, Tues. fol. fourth .-do- 



August has 31 days, beginning on Saturday. 



First qr. Id 3h 3 m al'ter. 
Full moon 8d lOh 52m morn. 



Last qr* 16a" 4h 28m morn. 
New mo. 23d llh 35m aft. 
First qr. 30d 8h 6m after. 



MjWt Calendar, &c. I 0r.{ 





s. jF.sea j 


r.©s. 


1 


7 iFull Tides. - 1 


4 54 


7 


6 


2 56 


11 17 


2 


1) 7 aft Trin. 


4 55 


7 


5 


3 48 


11 SI 


3 


2 


(§ Perigee 


4 56 


7 


4 


4 44 


morn. 


4 


3 




4 47 


7 


3 


5 44 


25 


5 


4 


? r 3h 38m M. 


4 58 


7 


2 


6 45 


1 20 


6 


5 


I(r2hm 


4 59 


7 


1 


7 46 


2 16 


7 


6 




5 


7 





8 45 


3 20 


8 


7 


J s 8h 48m 


5 1 


6 


59 


9 40 


d rise 


9 


D 


8 aft Trin 


5 2 


6 


58 


10 31 


8 17 


10 


2 




5 4 


6 


56 


11 18 


8 41 


11 


,3 


Day br 3h 


5 5 


6 


55 


morn. 


9 6 


12 


4 


? r 3h 53m M„ 


5 6 


6 


54 


2 


9 29 


13 


5 


11 r lh 36m M 


5 7 


6 


53 


54 


9 52 


14 


6 




5 8 


6 


52 


1 25 


10 15 


15 


7 


© Apogee 


5 9 


6 


51 


2 7 


10 38 


16 


D 


9 aft Trin 


5 10 


6 


50 


2 50 


11 10 


17 


2 


1? s 9h 13m 


5 12 


6 


48 


3 55 


11 42 


18 


3 




5 13 


6 


47 


4 22 


morn. 


19 


4 


6 % ® 


5 14 


6 


46 


5 13 


23 


20 


5 


$ r 4h 16m M 


5 16 


6 


44 


6 5 


1 15 


21 


6 




5 17 


6 


43 


6 59 


2 8 


22 


7 




5 18 


6 


42 


7 52 


3 14 


23 


n 


10 aft Trin 


5 19 


6 


41 


8 45 


([set. 


24 


2 


St. Bart £ ? §» 


5 21 


6 


39 


9 36 


7 30 


25 


3 


U r lh M 


5 22 


6 


38 


10 26 


7 59 


26 


4 


J s 8h <$ £ (§> 


5 23 


6 


37 


11 14 


8 25 


27 


5 


rj ^ # High tides 


5 25 


6 


35 


aft. 8 


3 54 


28 


6 


# Perigee 


5 26 


6 


34 


51 


9 20 


29 


7 


St. John B. 


5 27 


6 


33 


1 46 


9 52 


30 


D 




5 28 


6 


32 


2 39 


10 25 


31 


2 




5 30 


6 


30 


3 37 


11 10 



{SUPERIOR COURTS. 
AUGUST At Litchfield, third, Tuesday. 

Haddam, fourth do, 

COUNTY COURTS. 
At Hartford, Brooklyn, and Danbury, second Tues. 
Tolland, fourth do. 



September has 30 days, beginning on Tuesday. 



Full mo 6d lOh 4m after. 
Last qr. 14d lOh 57m after. 



New mo 22d 9h 
First qr. 29d 2h 



39m 
21m 



morn, 
morn. 



M|W| Calendar, &c. 


0r. [0s. i 


K.sca 


ir.©s. 


1 


3 




5 31 


6 29 


4 37 


morn. 


o 


4 


lfr0h35mM 


5 32 


6 2f 


5 37 


5 


v> 


5 


? r 41i 44m dog days end. 


5 33 


6 27 


6 36 


1 11 


4 


6 




5 35 


6 2* 


7 31 


2 18 


5 


7 


Day br. 3h 54m 


5 3G 


6 2- 


8 23 


3 23 


a 


D 


11 aft Trin. 


5 38 


6 2: 


9 10 


d rise 


7 


2 




5 39 


6 vl 


9 55 


7 9 


8 


3 


Nat. B. V. M. 


5 40 


6 2( 


10 33 


7 32 


9 


-1 


£ s 7h 44m 


5 41 


6 1< 


11 20 


7 55 


10 


5 




5 43 


6 1 


norn. 


8 17 


11 


6 


If rise midnight. 


5 44 


6 1( 


2 


8 40 


12 


7 




5 45 


6 1 


48 


9 9 


13 


D 


12 after Trinity 


5 47 


6 i: 


1 28 


9 38 


14 


2 


9 Perigee 


5 48 


6 r 


2 15 


11 20 


15 


3 




5 49 


6 11 


3 3 


11 2 


16 


4 


6 U (§ 


5 51 


6 J 


3 55 


11 58 


17 


5 




5 52 


6 1 


4 47 


morn. 


18 


6 


If r llh 43m 


5 54 


6 C 


5 40 


54 


19 


7 




5 55 


6 i 


6 33 


2 1 


20 


D 


13 aft Trin. d £ <• 


5 56 


6 4 


7 25 


3 9 


2! 


2 


St. Matt. d ? (§ 


5 58 


6 $ 


8 15 


4 17 


22 


3 




5 59 


,6 1 


9 5 


<{ set. 


23 


-1 


Qent=^ 


6 


6 ( 


9 55 


6 54 


24 


5 


d J? #• d J • 


6 2 


5 51 


10 45 


7 17 


25 


6 


D Apogee 


6 3 


5 57 


11 38 


7 50 


26 


? 




6 4 


5 5( 


fat. 33 


8 33 


27 


D 


18 aft Trinity. 


6 6 


5 5 


1 30 


9 16 


28 


2 




6 7 


5 5: 


2 30 


10 8 


20 


;'> 


St. Michael. 


6 9 


5 5 


3 32 


11 1 


30 


4 


If r llh 


6 10 


5 5C 


4 30 


mbrfi. 



SUPERIOR COURTIS. 
SEPTEMBER. At New-London, second Tuesday. 
Hartford, fourth do, 

COUNTY COURT. 
At Litchfield, fourth do. 



October has 31 days, egihnihg on Tftursdaj. 



New mo. 21d 7h 30m after. 
First qr. 28d lOh 59m morn. 



Full mo. 6d Oh 13m after. 
Last qr. 14d 5h 6m after. 



MjW[ Calendar, &e. 



T#r. i0s. jF.sea jr.©s. 



55 
96 



10 

11 

12 

13 
14 

15 

16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30; 
3l|7 



If r lOh 54m 

15aft trin 

? sup A Q 

Day break 4h 41m 

If r 4h 30m 

© Apogee 
16 aft Trin 



6 2£9fe 

2f rise lOh 

6 ^ (B 

17 aft Trin 

s & o 

Day br 5h 

'4 r 9h 39m f, ? © 
_ Perigee & $ © 
High tides 

18 aft Tim 



£ft Simon and Jude 
If rise 9h 13m 



6 11 


5 49 


5 27 


6 13 


5 47 


6 18 


6 14 


5 46 


7 7 


6 16 


5 44 


7 52 


6 17 


5 43 


8 34 


6 18 


5 42 


9 16 


6 20 


5 40 


9 57 


6 21 


5 39 


10 40 


6 22 


5 38 


11 23 


6 24 


5 36 


morn. 


6 25 


5 35 


9 


6 26 


5 34 


56 


6 28 


5 32 


1 46 


6 30 


5 30 


2 37 


6 31 


5 29 


3 30 


6 32 


5 28 


4 21 


6 34 


5 26 


5 12 


6 35 


5 25 


6 2 


6 36 


5 24 


6 53 


6 38 


5 22 


7 42 


6 39 


5 21 


8 31 


!. 40 


5 20 


9 29 


6 42 


5 19 


10 20 


$ 44 


5 16 


11 19 


$ 45 


5 15 


aft. 20 


6 47 


5 13 


1 24 


6 48 


5 12 


2 25 


6 49 


5 11 


3 23 


6 50 


5 10 


4 16 


6 51 


5 9 


5 5 


16 52 


5 8 


5 50 



8 

1 18 

2 28 

3 25 

4 23 
([ rise 

6 20 



6 45 

7 10 

7 41 

8 12 

8 57 

9 43 

10 42 

11 40 
morn. 

50 

2 1 

3 10 

4 21 
([ set. 

5 54 

6 28 

7 01 

7 56 

8 51 

10 1 

11 10 
mom. 

20 

1 27 



"- SUPERIOR COURTS. ' 

OCTOBER. At Brooklyn, first Tuesday. 

New-Haven, second, Tolland, third do. 
COUNTY COURT. 

At Middletown, third do. 



November has 30 days, beginning on Sunday. 



Fi 


ill moon 5d.5h.28m. mo. 


New moon 20d.5h.43m mo- 


Last qr. 13d. 9h. 41m. mo. 


First qr. 26d.10h.59m. aft. 


M|W| Calendar, &c. |0r. |#s. iFsea.[r.@s. 


1 


1) 


All Saints. 


6 53 


5 7 


6 33 


2 34 


2 


2 


All Souls 


6 54 


5 6 


7 15 


3 32 


3 


3 


If station. 


6 55 


5 5 


7 56 


4 39 


4 


4 


if r. 8h. 49m. 


6 57 


5 3 


8 37 


5 38 


5 


5 




6 58 


5 2 


9 20 


drise 


6 


6 


Day br. 5h. 20m. 


6 59 


5 1 


10 5 


5 50 


7, 


7 


©Apogee. 


7 


5 


10 52 


6 14 


8 


D 


20 aft. Trin. 


7 1 


4 59 


11 41 


6 56 


9 


2 




7 3 


4 57 


morn. 


7 37 


10 


3 


6 U© 


7 4 


4 56 


32 


8 33 


11 


4 




7 5 


4 55 


1 23 


9 29 


12 


5 


11 r. 8h 17m. 


7 6 


4 54 


2 14 


10 34 


13 


6 


6 ? $ 


7 7 


4 53 


3 4 


11 38 


14 


7 


7* sou. 12 


7 8 


4 52 


3 53 


morn. 


15 


D 


21 after Trin. 


7 9 


4 51 


4 40 


48 


16 


2 


y station. 


7 10 


4 50 


5 28 


1 58 


17 


3 


© fast clock 14m. 


7 11 


4 49 


6 17 


3 8 


18 


4 


d bd 


7 12 


4 48 


7 7 


4 23 


19 


5 


^ r. 4h. 32m. 


7 13 


4 47 


8 1 


5 38 


20 


6 


©perigee ©eclipsed. 


7 14 


4 46 


8 59 


©sets 


21 


7 


6 $ © 6 % ® 


7 15 


4 45 


10 1 


5 35 


22 


D 


22 aft. trin. 


7 16 


4 44 


11 6 


6 38 


23 


2 




7 17 


4 43 


aft. 11 


7 41 


24 


3 


Jup. ri. 7h. 28m. 


7 18 


4 42 


1 13 


8 53 


26 


4 


Day br. 5h. 37m. 


7 19 


4 41 


2 10 


10 8 


26 


5 


6W© 


7 19 


4 41 


3 1 


11 16 


27 


6 




7 20 


4 40 


3 49 


mom. 


28 


7 




7 21 


4 39 


4 33 


26 


20 


D 


Advent Sunday. 


7 22 


4 38 


5 14 


1 23 


30 


2 


St. Andrews. 


17 221 


4 38 


5 55 


1 2 20 


NOVEMBER. At Danbury, first Tuesday. 


COUNTY COURTS. 


At Hartford, second Tuesday. 


Norwich, do. do. 






New- Haven, fourth 






d 


ft. 



December has 31 days, beginning on Tuesday- 



Full moon 5d Oh 49m. mo. 
Last qr. 12d llh 59m aft. 



New moon 19d 4h 27m. aiU 
First qr. 26d 2h 47m aft. 



MjWj 



Calendar, &c. 



l#r. i0s. jFsea.j r@ s. 



1 

3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 

u 

12 
23 
14 
15 

16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
tl 
22 
23 
:*4 

'25 
26 
2? 
*8 
20 
30 
31 



I s 5h 19m. 
Jup. rise 5h. 52m* 
©Apogee 

2 in Advent. 

^2^©, daybr.5h.43m~ 

©fast clock 8m 

^ r 3h 27m 

? set 5h 36m 



3 in Advent 
Jup. rise 6h 

6 W 

(fpPerigee 

i s® 

4 in Advent 

A ?© 

$ s 5h 53m 

2(r5h 18m. 

Christmas day 

1 Sunday aft. Christ. 
Innocence 



(§Apogee 



17 23 


4 37 


6 36 


7 24 


4 36 


7 18 


7 24 


4 36 


8 2 


7 25 


4 35 


8 48 


7 25 


4 35 


9 37 


7 26 


4 34 


19 27 


7 26 


4 34 


11 18 


7 27 


4 33 


morn. 


7 27 


4 33 


10 


7 28 


4 32 


1 


7 28 


4 32 


1 48 


7 28 


4 32 


2 35 


7 29 


4 31 


3 21 


7 29 


4 31 


4 7 


7 29 


4 31 


4 54 


7 29 


4 31 


5 45 


7 30 


4 30 


6 39 


7 30 


4 30 


7 38 


7 30 


4 30 


8 42 


7 30 


4 30 


9 48 


7 30 


4 30 


10 53 


7 30 


4 30 


11 55 


7 30 


4 30 


aft. 51 


7 30 


4 30 


1 4l 


7 30 


4 30 


2 21 


7 30 


4 30 


3 12 


7 29 


4 31 


3 53 


7 29 


4 31 


4 35 


7 29 


4 31 


5 16 


7 28 


4 3 5 59 


7 28| 


4 32' 


6 45 



3 27 

4 32 

5 32 

6 31 

]) rise 

5 34 

6 24 

7 24 

8 25 

9 29 

10 35 

11 42 
morn - 

50 

2 1 

3 12 

4 32 

5 49 
D sets 

5 14 

6 29 

7 44 

8 57 

10 11 

11 14 
morn. 

23 

1 24 

2 25 

3 25 

4 25 



COUNTY COURTS. 
"DECEMBER. At Brooklyn, second 
Litchfield, third 
Tolland, fourth 



Tuesday, 
do. 
do % 



GOVERNMENT OF CONNECTICUT. 

GOVERNMENT OF 

CONNECTICUT. 



EXECUTIVE AND LEGISLATIVE DEPARTMENTS. 



SAMUEL A. FOOT, Governor. 
Salary, $1100. 
THADDEUS EETTS, lieut. Governor. 
Salary, $300. 



A T O R S. 

Joseph B. Gilbert. 
Eli B. Haskell. 
John O. Pettieone. 
Ebenezer Seelt. 
J. M. L. Scovill. 
Walter Booth. 
Nathan Daboll. 
C. P. Huntington. 
Henry Perkins. 
Donald Judson . 
John F. King. 
Charles Hawlet. 
George Spafford. 
Jonathan Nichols. 
Theron Rockwell. 
Nehemiah C. Sanford. 
Elisha Sterling. 
Jokpn Stewart. 
Timothy Gp.een. 
John H. Brockwat. 
Oliver H. Ki\ t g. 
Charles Babcock, Clerk of the Senate. 
Wm. R. Hitchcock, Executive Secretary. 
Isaac Spencer, Esq. Treasurer. 
Thomas Day, Esq. Secretary. 

Seth P. Beers, Esq. Commissioner of the School Fund, 
Roger Huntington, Esq. Comptroller of Public Acc'ts, 





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10. 


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14, 
15. 

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17. 
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19. 


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21. 



26 REPRESENTIVES. 

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES" 

H-ARTFOIWD COUNTY. 

Hartford, Wm. Hungerford, Truman Hanks. 

Avon, Francis Woodford. 

Berlin, Samuel Kelsey, Isaac Dobson. 

Bristol, Chauncey Jerome. 

Burlington, Ira Bronson. 

Cajiton, Samuel W. Collins. 

East Hartford, Geo. Goodwin, jr. Erastus Woodruff! 

East Windsor, Wm. Barnes, Theodore Elmer. 

Enfield, Ephraim P. Prudden, Jared Brainard. 

Farmington, Sidney Wadsworth, Rich'd. Cowles. 

Glastenbury, Gideon Wells, Henry Dayton. 

Granby, Nath'l. Pratt, David Latham. 

Hartland, Phelps Humphrey, Austin Ensign. 

Marlborough, Josiah Carrier. 

Manchester, Benjamin Lyman. 

Simsbury, Horace Belden, Salmon Eno. 

Southington, Francis W. Wilcox, Isaac Shepard. 

Suffield, Samuel Norris, Israel Harmon. 

Wethersfield, Winthrop Buck, Austin Robbins. 

Windsor, Wm. Aiford, David Grant. 

NEW-HAVEN COUNTY. 

New-Haven, Isaac H. Townsend, Philip S. Galpin. 

Bethany, David Beecher. 

Branford, Levi Bradley. 

Cheshire, Titus L. Gaylord, Chauncey Peck. 

Derby, William Humphries. 

East-Haven, James Thompson. 

Guilford, Joel Tuttle, Abraham S. Fowler. 

Hamden, Elam Warner. 

Madison, Samuel Robinson, jr. 

Meriden, Eli C Birdseye. 

Middlebury, Josiah Hine. 

Milford, Abijah Carrington, Jeremiah French. 

North Branford, Jonathan Rose, 2d. 

North-Haven, Hubbard Barnes. 

Orange, Nehemiah Kimberly. 

Oxford, Samuel Meigs. 

Prospect, Lauren Preston. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 27 

Southbury, Henry Dowries, 

Walhngford, George B. Kirtland, Aimer Hall. 

Waterbury, Willard Speneer, Wm. H. Hine. 

Wolcott, Archibald Minor. 

Woodbridge, Ephraim Baldwin. 

NEW-LONDON COUNTY. 

New-London, John Deshon, Benj. Stark. 

Norwich, Chas. W. Rockwell, Roger Huntington* 

Bozrah, Wm. Kelley. 

Colchester, Ralph Isham, Samuel A. Peters. 

Franklin, Oliver Tracy, jr^ 

Griswold, Samuel C. Morgan, 

Groton, Elisha Haley, Cyrus Allen 

Lebanon, Oliver Pettis, Ei>enezer Spafford 

Lisbon, Ebenezer Allen. 

Lyme, C. J. McCurdy, S. C. Selden. 

Montville, Mulford C. Raymond. 

North-Stonington, O. Hewet, Ephraim Wheeler, 

Preston, David Baldwin, Tracy Gates. 

Salem, Ebenezer A. Packer. 

Stonington, John f). Noyes, Gilbert Collins. 

Waterford, James Reid. 

FAIRFIELD COUNTY. 

Fairfield, David Hill, Robert Wilson. 

Bridgeport, Noah Plumb. 

Brookfield, A. F. Shepard. 

Danbury, Eli T. Hoyt, Starr Ferry. 

Darien, John Weed, jr. 

Greenwich, Joshua Ferris, Bartow F. White. 

Huntington, Lewis Downes, 

Monroe, Charles Curtiss. 

New-Canaan, Edward Nash. 

New-Fairfield, Daniel Ball. 

Newtown, Henry Dutton, George Bradley. 

Norwalk, Benjamin Isaacs, Samuel Comstock. 

Reading, Thomas B. Fanton, Bradley Hill. 

Ridgefield, Ebenezer Hawley, Gamaliel N. Benedict. 

Sherman, Jedediah Graves. 

Stamford, Selleck Scoffield, Royal L. Gay. 

Stratford, John Wells, jr. 



28 REPRESENTATIVES- 

Trumbull, Isaiah Peet. 

Weston, Jesse Wakernan, Oliver C. Sanford. 

Wilton, Erastus Sturges. 

WINDHAM COUNTY. 

Brooklyn, Septimus Davison. 

Ashford, Daniel Knowlton, James Trowbridge. 

Canterbury, Festus Baldwin, Isaac Clark. 

Chaplin, John Ross. 

Hampton, Dyer Hughes, jr. 

Killing! y, Alexander Gaston, Asa Alexander. 

Plainfield. Jonathan GofF, Isaac Knight. 

Pomfret, Frederick Averill, John Holbrook. 

Sterling, Pierce Smith. 

Thompson, John J. Green, Perly Jordan. 

Voluntown, Elisha Potter. 

Windham, Justin Swift, Benjamin Hovey 

Woodstock, Oliver Morse, Silas H. Cutler. 

LITCHFIELD COUNTY. 

Litchfield, Stephen Russel, Truman Smith. 

Barkhamsted. Matthew Allen, Lambert Hitchcock. 

Bethlehem, Nathan Hawley. 

Canaan, Leman Church, Henry Post. 

Colebrook, Lorrain Percival, Samuel Whitford. 

Cornwall, Victorianus Clark, P. Kellogg. 

Goshen, Eber Bailey, Timothy Collins. 

Harwington, Abijah Webster, Chester N. Case. 

Kent, Wells Beardsley. 

New-Hartford, James D. Thorp, G. C. Kellogg. 

New-Milford, George Taylor, Sherman Peck. 

Norfolk, Tnomas Curtiss, Warren Cone. 

Plymouth, Eli Potter. 

Roxbury, David Weller. 

Salisbury, Nathaniel Benedict, jr. Frederick Plumb. 

Sharon, Horatio Smith, John C. Smith, jr. 

Torrington, Noah Drakejr Cicero Hayden. 

"Warren, Elijah Hays. 

Washington, Samuel Frisbie, George Lewis. 

Watertown, Joel Hungerford. 

Winchester, Oliver Loornis, J. C. Oleaveland. 

Woodbury, Gideon B. Botsiford, Treat Camp. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 29 

MIDDLESEX COUNTY. 

Middletown, Wra. L. Stone, Jedediah Wilcox. 
Chatham, Selden Cook, John Markham jr. 
Durham, Richard Robinson, Chailes Thompson. 
East-Haddam, E. A. Bulklev, A. C. Palmor. 
Haddam, Charles Arnold, N. Dickinson. 
Killingworth, J. Stannard, Elieha Kelsey. 
Saybrook, Arthur Lane, Benjamin Doud. 

TOLLAND COUNTY. 

Tolland, Loren P. Waldo, Eli Baker. 

Bolton, Ahab Smith. 

Columbia, Daniel Holbrook. 

Coventry, Montgomery White, W. W. Reed. 

Ellington, Asa Willey. 

Hebron, Ira Bissell, Zechariah Cone. 

Mansiield, Cordial S. Hovey, jr. J. Martin. 

Somers, Walter R. Kibbe, Isaac Fuller. 

Stafford, Alvan Hyde, Cyril Johnson. 

Union, David Lawson. [seconl no choice. 

Vernon, Roderick Walker. 

Willineton, Roderick Fenton, O. Glazier. 



Towns, 132, Representatives, 214, 



30 JUDICIAL AND CIVIL. 

Judicial aud Civil Departments 



Judges of the Superior Court. 

Hon. Thomas. S. Williams, Chief Judge. 

Hon. Clark Bissell, I Hon. Jabez W« Huntington, 

Samuel Chureh, | Henry M. Waite. 



COUNTY OF HARTFORD. 



MAY SESSION, 

COUNTY COURT. 

Alfred Smith, Esq. Chief Judge. 
Asso. Judges. Romeo Lowrey, Henry SilL 
Jared Gri3\vold, Esq. Clerk of Superior, and Coun- 
ty Courts- 

Nathaniel Goodwin, Esq. Treasurer. 

Justices of the Peace. 

Hartford — Thomas Day, Henry Seymour, Jeremy 
Hoadley, Nathan Johnson, Seth Terry, Charles Si- 
gourney, Gaius Lyman, Jeremiah Brown, Henry Kil- 
fcourn, Isaac Toucey, Enoch Parsons, Jared Gris- 
wold, Samuel H. Huntington, Francis Parsons, Isaac 
Perkins, James M. Goodwin, Thomas C. Perkins, 
Oliver E. Williams, David F.Robinson, Charles M. 
Emerson, Jonathan Goodwin, Nathan Morgan, George 
Francis, Asahel Saunders, Charles Shepherd, Nathan- 
iel Goodwin, Jedediah W. Mills, Samuel Whitman, 
Leonard Kennedy, William Webster, Henry Utley, 
Henry Barnard, Richard Sheldon, Philemon Canfietd, 
James Whitman, Nathaniel Woodhouse, George Put- 
nam, Samuel Talcott,Jr., Charles L. Porter, James 
H. Holcomb, Solomon S. Flagg, Frederick A, Hale, 
Job Allyn. 

Avon — Amasa Woodford, Zera Woodford, Oliver 
Tillotson, Francis Woodford, Nathan Case, Samuel 
Bishop, Isaac Baldwin, Elizur Porter. 

Berlin Daniel Dunbar,* Luther Beckley, Lev? 



DEPARTMENT. 31 



Barnes, William Bowers, Orrin Beckley, Sheldon 
Moor, Ashbel Hooker, Isaac Botsford, Noah W. Stan- 
ley, Norman Woodruff, Charles W. Baldwin, Joseph 
Wright, William B. North, Benjamin Allen. 

Bristol — Joel Truesdale, Tracy Peck, Charles G. 
Ives, Sylvester Willard, Elisha Monross, George W. 
Bartholomew, Philip Gaylord, Jeremiah Rice, Joseph 
Wells. 

Burlington Gad Frisbe, Ira Bronson, William 

Marks, Elisha Hotehkiss, Jr., Truman Smith, Joseph 
S. Peck. 

Canton — Luther Higley, Ephraim Mills, William 
H. Hallock, Lorin Humphreys, Sherman Osborne, 
Henry Nabk, Abial Brown, Joseph Daily, Lancel 
Foote. 

East Hartford Ozias Williams, Ozias Roberts, 

Isaac Lester, George Pitkin, John Kennedy, Martin 
Stanley, Allen Brewer, Elihu Smith, James Stanley, 
Austin Hall. 

East Windsor,— Timothy Ellsworth, Eli B. Has- 
kell, Horace Barber, Daniel Hay den, William Barnes, 
Samuel Bartlett, Frank Grant. Ebenezer Pinney, Mat- 
thew Read, Daniel Chapin, Frederick W. Grant, 
Chester White. 

Enfield William Dixon, Jabez Collins, Henry 

Kingsbury, Jabez King, John Mason, Ephraim P. 
Prudden, Henry Thompson, George Allen, 2d. 

Farmington Timothy Pitkin, Lemuel Whitman 

Horace Cowles, George Cowles, Edward Hooker, Eg- 
bert Cowles, Henry Lewis, George Cook, Joskua 
Youngs, Daniel Woodruff. 

Glastenbury — Pardon Brown, David E. Hubbard, 
Jeremiah Stocking, Solomon Cole, George Merrick, 
Henry Dayton, George Hale, Thacldeus Wells, Wal- 
ter Hale, George Plummer, Leonard Wells, Thomas 
Hollister, William Imlay Covill, George Covill. 

Granby — Joel Holcomb, Joseph Cornish, Anson 
Bates, Abner Case, Charles T. Hillyer, Oliver Alder- 
man, Jonathan Church, Cullin Hays, Joshua Kendall ? 



32 JUDICIAL AND CIVIL. 

Philetus Cooley, Joel Clark, Silas Cone, Nathaniel 
Pratt, Horace Clark, Joshua R. Jewett. 

Hartland — Eli Wilder, Virgil Stebbins, Austin En- 
sign, Lester Newton, Phelps Humphreys, Nathaniel 
Bosworth, Ezra Doolittle, Caleb Pickett, William 
Selby, Jr. 

Manchester — Ralph R. Phelps, Daniel W. Gris- 
wold, Ireneus Brown, Martin Keney, George W. Che- 
ney, William Cooley, Nathniel Keney. 

Marlborough Samuel F. Jones, Oliver Phelps, 

Richard D. Gelston, George Foot, William W. Rich- 
mond. 

Simsbury — Elisha Phelps, John O. Pettibone, Am- 
brose Adams, Dudley Humphrey, Lewis Dicki^on, 
Calvin Barber, Asaph Tuller, Zelotes Phelps, Aurora 
Case, Chauncey Eno, Mosea Ensign, Lot Pinney, 
Dositheus Humphreys, Allen Pinney, Elijah St. John, 

Southington— Roger Whittlesey, John Wightman, 
Romeo Lowrey, Julius S. Barnes, Theodore Bying- 
t.on, Isaac Shepherd, Stephen Walkley, Root Gridiey, 
Francis W. Wilcox. 

Suffield— William Gay, David Hale, Phineas Han- 
chett, Levi Stanley, Julius C. Sheldon, Thaddeus 
Lyman, Samuel Norris, John B. King, Julius Har- 
mon. 

Wethersfield— Martin Kellogg, William Robbins, 
2d. Elijah Keach, Henry Bulkley, Frederick Rob- 
bins, Joseph Hale, Ashbel Robertson, Asher Robbins, 
Oliver Richards, Samuel Galpin, Eleazer Goodrich, 
Samuel Hillhouse, Leonard Beldcn, Zaecheus Brown. 

Windsor Oliver Filley, Hiram Roberts, Henry 

Sill, William Alford, Harris Haskell, Martin Ells- 
worth, Richard G. Drake, James Loomis, 2d, Walter 
Thrall, Joel B. Clark, Amos Hatheway. 
Practising Attorneys. 
Isaac Toucy, Esq., State Attorney. 

Hartford — Nathaniel Terry, Hezekiah Huntington, 
Walter Mitchell, Isaac Perkins, Joseph Trumbull Seth 
Terry, Nathan Johnson, John M. Niles, William 



DEPARTMENTS. 



Hungerford, Alfred Smith, William W. Ellsworth, 
Henry L. Ellsworth, Isaac Toucey, A. A. Loomis, 
Charles Shepard, O. E. Williams, Jared Griswold, 
Samuel H. Huntington, Thomas C. Perkins, Francis 
Parsons, Charles Chapman, Samuel H. Parsons, 
Erastus Smith, John B. Watson, Charles M. Emer- 
son, Wm. R. Cone, Philo A. Goodwin, James K f 
Holcomb, Edward Goodman, James Raymond, Ben- 
ningMann. 

Berlin Daniel Dunbar, Ira E. Smith, Sheldon 

Moor, M. A. Nickerson. 

Canton — Henry Nash. 

East Windsor — William Barnes. 

Enfield — William Dixon, Lorrain T. Pease. 

Farmington — Timothy Pitkin, Lemuel Whitman. 

Glastenbury — George Merrick^ 

Granby — Grove Griswold, Silas Higley, Samuel H. 
Woodruff Anson Bates, Edmund Holcomb. 
Manchester — Ralph R. Phelps, George W. Griswold* 

Simsbury — Elisha Phelps, Hector F. Phelps. 

Southington — Roger Whittlesey, Romeo Lowrey. 

Suffield — William Gay, Seth Parsons. 

Wethersfield — Asher Robbins. 

Windsor — Richard G. Drake, H. R. Buckland. 



William Mather, Jr. Esq. Simsbury, (office at Hart 
ford,) Sheriff. 
Deputy Sheriffs — Hartford, Horace Wads worth; En- 
field, Gilbert Allen; East Windsor, Chester Belknap; 
Farmington, Thomas Cowles ; Glastenbury, David 
Bates ; Granby, David Latham ; Suffield, Albert 
Kent; Simsbury, Jeffery O. Phelps; Windsor, Cicero 
Phelps ; Wethersfield, Walter Harris ; Bristol JNew- 
man Peck, 

Chester Adams, Hartford, Jailer* 

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34 JUDICIAL AND CIVIL. 



NEW-HAVEN COUNTY. 



County Court 
Noyes Darling, Esq. Chief Judge. 
Asso. Judges, Walter Booth, Samuel Meigs, Esq's, 
John Beach. Esq. Clerk, and Clerk of the 
Superior Court. 

Justices of the Peace* 

New Haven — Nathan Smith, Charles Bostwick, 
John Hunt, William Mix, Ralph I. Ingersoll, Samuel 
J. Hitchcock, William W. Boardman, Anthony P. San- 
ford, Charles A. Ingersoll, Ebenezer Seeley, Joseph 
N. Clarke, William Budington, Lent Bishop, David 
Kimberly, James Punderford, John Beach, Sidney 
Hull, James Barnes, John Scarrit, Noyes Darling, 
Isaac H. Tovvnsend, Amos Baker, Henry C. Flagg, 
Roger S. Baldwin, James Brewster, Matthew H. 
Read, Elihn Sanford, William Mansfield, Jr., William 
B. Bristol, Levi Gilbert, 2d. 

Bethany — Archibald A. Perkins, Eliakim Smith, 
Daniel Tolles, Abraham Beecher^ George F. Peck, 
Miles Hitchcock, Hiram Hotchkiss. 

Branford — William Tyler, Orrin D. Squire, James 
Blackstone, Levi Bradley, Elijah Linsley. 

Cheshire — Burrage Beach, Reuben W, Roys, Be- 
najah Ives, Silas Hitchcock, Titus L. Gaylord, Alfred 
Doolittle, Edward A. Cornwall, Nathan Booth, 
Chauncey Peck, Daniel Humiston. 

Derby — Bennett Lum, Sheldon Smith, Leman Chat- 
field, Isaac I. Gilbert, Alfred Blackman, Stephen 
Booth, Peter Tomlinson, John L. Tomlinson, Lyman, 
Smith, Hiram Upson, Samuel Sherwood, Jr., Sheldon 
Bassett. 

East Haven — Bela Farnham, De Grass Maltby, 
Wyllys Hemingway, James Williams, Jacob Smith, 
James Thompson, William K. Townsend, Lester 
Keepe. 



DEPARTMENTS. 35 



Guilford — Samuel Fowler, David S. Fowler, Timo- 
thy Stone, William Spencer, Abel Rossiter, George 
Landon, Comfort Starr, Samuel W. Dudley, George 
A. Foot, Ralph D. Smith. 

Hamden — Jared Bassett, Alfred Bassett, James M. 
Ford, Ambrose Tuttle, Elam Warner, Arba Dicker- 
man. 

Madison — Jesse Crampton, Reynold Webb, Jona- 
than S. Wilcox, Walter P. Munger, Zebulon Hall, 
James H. Benton, Frederick S. Field, John F. Meigs. 

Meriden — Benajah Andrews, Asahel Merriam, 
Noah Pomeroy, Ashbel Griswold, James S. Brooks, 
Nathan F. Goodrich, Nathaniel O. Sanford. 

Middlebury Nathaniel Richardson, James D. 

Wooster, Leonard Bronson, William Bronson. 

Milford — William Strong, Jonathan Clarke, Abijah 
Carrington, Samuel B. Gunn, Andrew French, Allen 

C. Butler. 

North Branford — Benjamin Page, Jacob Frisbe, 
Ralph Linsley, Sheldon Beardsley. 

North Haven — Justus Bishop, Daniel Pierpont, Ja- 
cob Bassett, Jesse Brockett, Isaac Stiles, Eleazer War- 
ner, Byard Barnes. 

Orange — Ichabod A. Woodruff, Jona3 F. Merwin, 
Solomon Johnson, Nehemiah Kimberly, Josiah M. 
Colburn, Nathan Merwin, Lyman Law. 

Oxford — Levi Candee, Samuel Meigs, Noah Stone, 
Samuel Wire, Hiram Osborn, John A. Coe, Thomas 

A. Dutton, Horace Candee, Simeon Hinman. 
Prospect— Samuel Peck, Andrew Smith, Samuel 

Williams, Jr., William Mix, Joseph Payne, Thomas 
Wilmot, Benjamin Piatt. 

Southbury — William Hinman, John Moseley, Gid- 
eon Judson, John Pearce, Ebenezer Johnson, David 
Bradley, Edward Hinman, Elliot Beardsley, Benjamin 

B. Osborn, Henry Downs. 

Wallingford — Amos Dutton, William Marks, John 

D. Reynolds, James Carrington, Russel Hall, Alonzo 
B* Chapin, Ira Tuttle, Elisha M. Pomeroy. 



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JUDICIAL AND C1TIL. 



Waterbury — Ashley Scott, Timothy Porter, Joel 
Hinman, Elisha S. Abernethy, Moses Hall, Daniel 
Steele, Jr., Anson Sperry, Bennet Bronson, Letsom 
Terrill, Giles Hotchkiss, Robinson S. Hinman. 

Woodbridge— Mark Sperry, Samuel Peek, Joseph 
W. Davis, David R. Baldwin. 

Wolcott — Archibald Miner, Orrin Plumb, David 
Frisbae. 



Practising Attorneys, 
Nathan Smith Esq., State Attorney. 

New-Haven — Simeon Baldwin, Nathan Smith, 
Ralph I. Ingersoll, John Beach, Roger S, Baldwin, 
Samuel J. Hitchcock, Dennis Kimberly, Henry C. 
Flagg, Charles A. Ingersoll, William W. Boardman, 
Ebenezer Seeley, Isaac S. Townsend, Henry E. 
Peck, Ammi Harrison, Henry White, Silas Mix, Wil- 
liam B. Bristol!, W illiam P, N. Fitzgerald. 

Cheshire — Burrage Beach. 

Derby — Ira L. Ufford, John L. Tomlinson, Alfred 
Blackman. 

Guilford— Ralph D. Smith. 

Mcriden Benajah Andrews. 

Milford — David B. Ingersoll, Josiah W. Fowler, 

Southbary — Edward Hinman. 

Wallingford — Alonzo B. Chapin. 

Waterbury — E. S. Abernethy, Joel Hinman, R. S- 
Hinman, Bennet Bronson. 



Erastus Osborn, Esq., New Haven, Sheriff. 
Deputy Sheriffs — Wooster Yale, Charles W. Cur- 
tiss, New-Haven , Samuel Yale, Meriden ; Nathan 
J. Wilcoxson, Oxford ; Leander Parmelee, Walling-- 
ford, Reuben Stone, Guilford; Orrin Hotchkis3, 
Waterbury; William Peck, Cheshire ; Treat Bradley ? 
Derby „ 

Samuel W$ Chilson, Jailer- 



DEPARTMENTS. 37 



NEW-LONDON COUNTY. 



County Court. 

Coddington Billings, Esq., Chief Judge. 

Asso. Judges, Wm. Randall, Alexander Stewart^Esq's 

John Dewit, Esq. Clerk of the Superior and 

County Court. 

Joseph Williams, Esq., Treasurer. 



Justices of the Peace. 

New-London Jacob B. Gurley, Coddington Bil- 
lings, Jirah Isham, Thomas S. Perkins, Anson Smith, 
Samuel Green, William F. Brainard, John P. Trott, 
William P. Cleveland, Jr., Abel T. Sizei, Sabin K. 
Smith, Increase Wilson, Thomas Lewi3, Henry 
Douglass, Benjamin Gardner, Jr., Elijah Ames. 

Norwich — James Lanman, Joseph Williams, James 
Stedman, John Hyde, Eleazer Rogers, George Hill, 
Roswell Morgan, Eber Backus, Isaac Story, Asa 
Roath, Lewis Hyde, John A.Rockwell, Erastus Coit, 
Henry Strong, Elisha Tracy, Jesse Fuller, Asa Child, 
William H. Law, Peter Lanman, Charles Thomas, 
George Perkins, George Bliss; John T. Adams, Eras- 
tus Wentworth Henry T. Backus. 

Bozrah— Gardner Avery, William Whiting, Ezra 
Lathrop, Elijah Huntington, William Kelley, Havilah 
Morey, Ebenezer Hough. 

Colchester — Benjamin Trumbull, Samuel A.Peters, 
Amaziah Brainard, Artemas Worthington, Avery 
Morgan, Amherst D. Scovell, Samuel Kellogg, Jo- 
seph Day, Joseph Staples, Samuel Bridges. 

Franklin — Darius Frink, Comfort D. Filmore, Hen- 
ry Hazen, Joseph Kingsley, A Ivan Abel, Jason S. 

Kingeloy. 

Griswold — Welcome A. Browning, Alexander Stew- 
art, Elisha Patridge, Nathan Stanton, Thomas Stew- 
art, John W. Fanning, Samuel C. Morgan, Wheeler 
Brown, Daniel Huntington, Frederic Brewster* 



JUDICIAL AND CIVIL, 



Groton — Ralph Hurlbut, Amos A. Niles, Roswell 
Fish, John Brewster, John Spicer, William Williams, 
Rodman Niles, Nathan Daboll, Joseph Durfey, Wil- 
liam M. Williams, James Geer, George Ayer, Elisha 
Haley, Elisha Morgan, Vine Stoddard, James Allen. 

Lebanon — William T. Williams. Peleg Thomas Jr., 
Asahel Dewey, Thomas Babcock, Denison Wattles, 
Elisha Waterman, Caleb Hayward, Jesse Wright, 
Thomas J. Kingsley, Julius Clark, Erastus Osgood, 
Henry H. Abel . 

Lisbon — Freeman Tracy, Joseph L. Lyon, Russel 
Rose, Ebenezer Allen, Bucklin M athewson, Lester 
Hyde, Levi P. Rowland, Roswell Adams, Martin 
Warren. 

Lyme — Joel Loomis, Peter Comstock, Joshua R. 
Warren, Richard E. Selden Jr., John S. Rogers, 
Charles Griswold, William Noyes Jr., Charles J. M' 
Curdy, Zebulon Brockway, Jr., Joseph Strickland, 
William Marvin, John L. Smith, Marshfield S. Parker, 
Sylvester Champion, Stephen J. Lord, Andrew Gris- 
wold, William Spencer, David M. Jewett. 

Montville — Stephen G. Thatcher, Hazard Brown- 
ing, Sherwood Raymond, William Raymond, Giles 
Turner, Nicholas Bishop, Thomas W. Strickland, 
Robert Comstock, Jared Turner, Mulford C. Ray- 
mond. 

North Stonington- David Coats, Latham Hull, 

Philip Gray, Stephen Maine, Amos Hull, Ezra Hewit, 
T. H. Hewit, Russel Bentley, J. P. Parks, Cyrus 
Williams, Henry Babcock, Samuel Browning, Oliver 
Hewit, Latham H. Browning, Thomas P. Wattles, 
Ephraim Wheeler, Saxton Miner. 

Preston — Stephen Meech, Robert S. Avery, Henry 
Palmer, George Ciddmgs, Isaac Gallup, Jonas Ayer, 
Henry Haskell, Joseph Tyler, Jeremiah S. Halsoy, 
Joshua Barstow, Jeptha Geer, Walter Holden. 

Salem- Shubael Parks, Henry Perkins, Ebenezer 
A. Packer, Richard Tiffany, David Patten, JohnC. 
Daniels, Nathan Minard, David Beckwith, 



DEPARTMENTS. 3{* 



Stonington William Randall, William Robin- 
son, George Hubbard, Joseph Noyes, Elias Brown,- 
Gurdon Trumbull, Asa Fish, Benjamin Pomeroy, 
Samnel F. Denison, Elisha Faxon Jr., John Davis, 
Stephen Babcock, Henry Harding, Samuel Wheeler, 
Paul Babcoek, John D. Noyes, George W. Noyes. 

Waterford — Griswold Avery, Jonathan Comstock 
Edward R Warren, James Rogers, Edward Rogers,,' 
Gurdon T. Chappel, John Dwyer, Isaiah Rogers, 
John Congdon. 



Practising Attorneys. 
Jirah Isham, Esq., State Attorney. 

New-London Lyman Law, William P. Cleave- 

land, Coddington Billings, Jacob B. Gurley, Jirah 
Isham, William F. Brainard, Thomas S. Perkins, 
William P. Cleaveland, Jr. 

Norwich Calvin Goddard, James Stedman, 

Geoige Hill, Rosvvell Morgan, Henry Strong, Asa 
Child, John A. Rockwell, William H. Law, La Fayette 
S. Foster, George Perkins, Henry T. Backus. 

Colchester — Benjamin Trumbull, Samuel A. Pe- 
ters, Amherst D. Scovell. 

Griswold — Samuel C. Morgan. 

Lebanon — William T.Williams, Denison Wattles. 

Lyme Charles Griswold, Charles J. JVP Curdy. 

Stonington George Hubbard, Elias Brown, Ben- 
jamin Pomeroy. 



David Baldwin Esq. Preston, Sheriff. 

Deputy Sheriffs William Swan, New-London; 

Gilbert A. Smith, Groton ; Newhall Tainter, Colches- 
ter; John W. Hull, Stonington; Jonah Raymond, 
Salem; Charles Peck, Lyme ; 

Jailers — Champlin Lester, New-London- 



40 JUDICIAL AND CIVIL 

FAIRFIELD COUNTY. 



County Court. 
John &. Wilson, Esq. Chief Judge. 
Asso. Judges, Benjamin Isaacs, Wait S. Northrop, 

Jeremiah Sturges, Esq., Treasurer. 

Thomas B. Osborne, Esq. Clerk, and Clerk, of the 

Superior Court. 



Justices of the Peace. 

Fairfield — David Hill, Jeremiah Sturges, Samuel 
Rowland, Elipalet Swift, Thomas B. Osborn, John 
Q,. Wilson, Walter Thorp, Ebenezer Jessup, Peter 
Wyncoop, Alva Gray, Abel Beers, Hull Bradlev I. C. 
Loomis, Thomas Robinson, John S. Wilson, David 
Coorley, Jessup Banks, Oliver W. Jones, Charles L. 
Mills, Hezekiah Rice. 

Danbury— Oliver Shepard, John S. Blackman, Ru- 
ben Booth, Edward Taylor, Thomas T. Whittlesey, 
Sturges Selleck, T. B. Hickox, Zalmon Wildman, 
Charles Dart, Nathaniel Bishop, Rory Starr, Zadock 
Stephens. 

Bridgeport— Benjamin S. Smith, Fitch Wheeler, A. 
Hamlin, Joseph Backus, Mark Moore, P. A. Cannon, 
Willis Stillman, Isaac Sherman, Benjamin Brooks, 
Josiah Hubbell Joseph Wood, Sherwood Sterling. 

Brookfield — Wait S. Northrop, Bryant ^mith, Hen- 
ry Ruggles, John Hawley, Hiram Fairchild, Zalmon 
Goodsell. 

Darien— Jonathan Bates, Holly Bell) Jesse Whiting, 
Abraham Clock, Joseph Mather Jr. 

Greenwich — Joshua Ferris, Samuel Close, Gilbert 
Close, James Smith, Steph en Waring, Ard Reynolds, 
Seth P. auintard. 

Huntington— Hezekiah Marks, Donald Judson, 
Lemuel Beardslee. Daniel Bennet, Thaddeus Beards- 
lee, Jr. Ebenezer Walkley, Truman Blackman, San- 
son S. Edwards. 

Monroe— Charles Curtiss, Abel French. Truman 



DEPARTMENTS. 42 



Peck, Samuel Wheeler, Cyrus H. Beardslee, A. Lewis, 
Lyman Wakelee, Stephen Middlebrook. 

New-Canaan— Samuel Raymond, J. B. Benedict, 
Watts Comstock, Joseph Silliman, Edward Nash. 

New-Fairfield— David Lane, Jabez Treadwell, Da- 
vid Barnum, John O. Beardslee, Jesse Scudder, Levi 
Stephens. 

Newtown— Samuel C. Blackman, Lanson Birch, 
Jacob Beers, Henry Dutton, David H. Balden, George 
Bradley, Samuel Fairchild, Daniel Blackman. D. V. 
B. Baldwin, Abijah Merrit, Lemuel Baers, Gideon B. 
Botsford. Abner A. Nettleton. 

Norwalk— Henry Belden, Benjamin Isaacs, Clark 
Bissell, Thaddeus Beits, Seth Taylor, Charles W. 
Taylor. David Roberts, Timothy T. Merwin, Noah 
Wilson, John Gray, Stephen Smith, Henry Sherwood, 
John Knapp. 

Reading Gershom Sherwood, William Sanford, 

Aaron Sanford, Jr.. Ebenezer Hill, Jonathan R. San- 
ford, Jared Olmsted, Thomas B. Fanton, Thaddeus B. 
Reed, John Meeker. 

Ridgefield— Harvey Smith, Elias Burchard, Thadde- 
us Keeler 2nd., Hezekiah Scott, Gamaliel N. Bene- 
dict, KeelerDauchy, Zar Jones, Daniel Banks, Thom- 
as St. John. 

Stamford— Simeon H Miner, Daniel Lockwood 
Charles Hawley, Theodore Davenport, Smith R. Sib- 
ley, Seymour Jarvis Joshua B. Ferris. John W. Leeds, 
John Dean. 

Stratford — David Brooks, Elijah Booth, Stephen 
Booth, Josiah Gorham, Huntington Tomlinson. 

Sherman— Jedediah Graves Eh Beardsley, James 
A. Giddings, Levi Northrop, Abraham Briggs, Philo 
S. Wooding, Frederick Edwards. 

Trumbull— Elihu Beach, Elijah Middlebrook, David 
Hawley, David Beach, Daniel Wakelee, AH Brins- 
made, Eben Fairchild, Isaiah Peet. 

Weston, Harvey Hubbell, Oliver C. Sanford. Peter 
Silliman, Walker Sherwood, Isaac Bennet Calvin 



42 JUDICIAL AND CIVIL. 

Wheeler, Stephen Wheeler, Simeon Fanton, Ward 
Nichols. Woolsey Nichols, B. Winton, J. S eeley. 

Wilton— Erastus Sturges, Hawley Olmsted, George 
Mead, James F. Chapman, Samuel Scott. 



Practising Attorneys, 
Simeon H. Miner, State Attorney. 

Fairfield— Roger M. Sherman, Samuel Rowland, 
Eliphalet Swift, Thomas B. Osborn, James Loomis. 
Moses Robinson. 

Bridgeport Joseph Backus, A. Hamlin, Joseph 

Wood, Fitch Wheeler, M. Moore. 

Stratford— Robert Fairchild. 

Newtown — S. C. Blackman, Henry Dutton, David 
H. Belden. 

Brookfield— Bryant Smith. 

Danbury— Matthew B, Whittlesey, Reuben Booth, 
Thomas T. Whittlesey Edward Taylor. 

Monroe-— Cyrus H. Beardslee. 

Norwalk Thaddeus Betts, Timothy T. Merwin. 

Stamford ^imeon H. Miner, Charles Hawley, 

Joshua B. Ferris. 



Abraham D. Baldwin Esq., Sheriff, Danbury. 

Deputy Sheriffs— Philo Hurd. Bridgeport; Daniel 
Burr. Fairfield ; Charles Isaacs. Norwalk ; Davis Lock- 
wood, Stamford; Moses Burr, Weston; Aaron See- 
ley Danbury; Harvey Lum, Munroe ; Theophilus 
Nichols, Newtovvn; Hull Goodyear, Reading. 

Jailers— George Peck* Fairfield ; Jesse Crofut, 
Danbury. 

WINDHAM COUNTY. 



County Court. 

Joseph Eaton, Esq., Chief Judge. 

Asso, Judges, John Holbrook, Jonathan Nichols. 

Armin Bodies, Esq., Clerk. 

D. P. Tyler, Clerk of Superior Court, 

Vine Robinson, Esq. Treasurer. 



DEPARTMENTS. 43 



Justices of the Peace, 
Brooklyn — Vine Robinson, Adams White, Uriel 
Fuller, Jonathan A. Welch, Daniel P. Tyler, Armin 
Bolles,Denison Cady, Herbert Williams, Bela P. Spal- 
ding, Edward Fogg. 

Ashford — Daniel Knowlton, Elisha Byles, Ichabod 
Bulkley, Michael Richmond, Levi Works, Amasa Ly- 
on, Ebenezer ChafYee, Edward S. Keyes, James B. 
Palmer, Leonard Deane. 

Canterbury — Andrew T. Judson, Walter Williams, 
Rufus Adams, Chester Lyon, Daniel Packer, Asahel 
Bacon, Solomon Payne, John Francis, James Cary, 
Ebenezer Sanger, Isaac Backus. 

Chaplin — Origin Bennett, John Clark, Luther Rip- 
ley, William Martin, James Clark, Thomas Martin, 
James Utley. 

Hampton — Charles Moulton, Chauncey F. Cleve- 
land, Ebenezer Burnham, Ebenezer Griffin, Philip 
Pearl, Jr., Jesse Burnham, Hezekiah Hammond, Royal 
Copeland, Jonathan Clark, Harvey Fuller. 

Killingly — Ebenezer Young, Luther Warren, David 
Chace, Arba Covill, Thomas Durfee, William Alexan- 
der, George Warren, Joseph Adams Jr., Thomas 
Backus, Daniel Brown, Isaac T. Hutchens, Jedediah 
Leavens, William Grosvenor. 

Plainfield — Joseph Eaton, John Dunlap, Sessions 
Lester, Erastus Lester, Jonathan GofF, George Mid- 
dleton, Francis, B. Johnson, Daniel Hill, Daniel Whee- 
ler, Allen Harris, William Dyer, Lemuel Woodward, 
Henry Sabin. 

Pomfret — John Holbrook, Thomas M. Grosvenor, 
George W. Sharp?, Job Williams, William James, 
Eliakim W. Sessions, Reuben Spalding, Simeon S. 
Packhurst, Abishai Sharp, Willard Hubbard, George 
H. Perrin. 

Sterling — Azel Cole, Benjamin Dow, John Gallup, 
Jeremiah Fuller, Henry C. Call, Nathan Gallup, 
George Tillinghast, Pierce So ith, 

Thompson — George Lamed, Simon Davis, John 



44 JUDICIAL AMD CIVIL. 

Nichols, Jonathan Nichols, Stephen Holmes, Talcott 
Crosby, John Bates Jr., John J. Green, George H. 
Middleton, Parley Jordan, William H. Mason, Joseph 
Waterman, George Lamed 2d. 

Voluntown — Daniel Keigwin, Elisha Potter, Will- 
iam C. Stanton, Gershom Palmer, John E. Lindsey, 
John C. Smith, Harvey CampbeJl. 

Windham — John Baldwin, Samuel Perkins, Abner 
Robinson, Edwards Clarke, George S. Catlin, Thomas 
Gray, Stowell Lincoln, Joel W. White, Benjamin 
Webb, Amos D. Allen, Calvin Hebbard, A. A. Wal- 
ker, Alfred Howes, Jams Littlefield, John Palmer, 
David L. Fuller. 

Woodstock — John M'Clellan, Ebenezer Stoddard, 
John Payne, Jonathan May, Wheeler Philips, John F. 
Williams, Rodney Martin, William Lyon 3d. Ezra 
Child, Spalding Barstow, John Fowler 2d., Hiram Be 
Child, Silas H. Cutler, Eleazer Corbin. 



Practising Attorneys, 
Chauncey F. Cleaveland, Esq., State Attorney. 

Brooklyn — John Parish, J . A. Welch, Uriel Fuller, 
Daniel P. Tyler. 

Ashford — Ichabod Bulkley, Jared D. Richmond. 

Canterbury-— Andrew T. Judson, Rufus Adams. 

Hampton— Chauncey F. Cleaveland. 

Killingly— Ebenezer Young, Thomas Backus. 

Plainfield— Francis B, Johnson, William Dyer. 

Pomfret— John Holbrook. 

Thompson— George Larned, Simon Davis, George 
H, Middleton. 

Windham— John Baldwin, George S. Catlin, Henry 
Huntington, Samuel Perkins, Edward Clarke, Thomas 
Gray, Calvin Hebbard. 

Woodstock — John M'Clellen, Ebenezer Stoddard, 
John F. Williams. 

Roger Coit, Esq., Sheriff, Plainfleld. 
Deputy Sheriffs — Brooklyn, Samuel Webb j Hamp- 



DEPARTMENTS. 45 



ton, Edward S. Moseley ; Plainfield, George Cady ; 
Tompson, Hezekiah Olney; Windham, Horatio Webb ; 
Canterbury, Henry A. Johnson: Ashford, Joseph 
Dorcett, Jr. 

Pascal P. Tyler, Brooklyn, Jailer. 



LITCHFIELD COUNTY. 

County Court. 

David S. Boardman, Esq., Chief Judge. 

Asso. Judges, Wm. M, Burrall, Morris Woodruff. 

Frederick Wolcott, Esq. Clerk, and Clerk of the 

Superior Court. 

O. S. Seymour, Esq. Asst. Clerk of the County Court. 

Abel Catlin, Esq. Treasurer. 



Justices of the Peace. 

Litchfield, Frederick Wolcott, Asa Bacon, Levi 
Catlin, Phineas Miner, Morris Woodruff, Seth P. Beers, 
Jabez W. Huntington, Jonathan Buell, Elihu Harri- 
son, Enos Stoddard, Hugh P. Welch, Truman Smith, 
Joseph Birge, Joseph Adams, Origen S. Seymour, Asa 
Hopkins, Truman Kilborn, Leonard Goodwin, Geo. 
C. Woodruff, Stephen Deming. 

Barkhamstead, Amos Beacher, Samuel Monson, 
Luther Loomis, Anson Wheeler, Jesse Ives Matthew 
Allen, George Merrill, Lancelot Phelps, Hiram Good- 
win. 

Bethlem, Joseph H. Bellamy, Nathan Hawley, 
Leverett Judd, David Bird, Nathan Burton. 

Canaan, Wm. M. Burrall, Wm. Hollabird, James 
Fenn, Leman Church, Reuben Hunt, Moses Bene- 
dict, Wm. P. Burrall, Joshua Raymond, J. Elmore, jr. 

Colebrook, Reuben Rockwell, Seth Marshall, Sa- 
muel Whitford, Arthur Howell, Theron Rockwell. 

Cornwall, George Wheaton, Samuel Hopkins, Pe- 
ter Bierce, Philo Kellogg, James Wads worth, Benja- 
min Sedgwick, Anson Rogers. 

Goshen, Truman Starr, Erastus Lyman, Augustus 



4:6 JUDICIAL AND CIVIL. 

Miles, Eber Bailey, Birdseye Baldwin, Nelson Brews- 
ter, Jonathan North, Asaph Hall, Benjamin Roberts, 
Collins Baldwin. 

Harwinton, Noah Welton, Benajah Hayden, Gay- 
lord Welles, Jacob O. Catlin, Sheldon Osborne, An- 
drew Abernethy, Moses Beach. 

Kent, Nathaniel P. Perry, John Mills, Nathan Slos- 
son, Birdsey Beardslee. Alpheu3 Fuller, Lewis Mills, 
Garrit Winegar, Frederick Chittenden, Zachariah 
Winegar Wells Beardslee. Hubbell Miller. 

New-Hartford, Roger Mills, Wm. G. Williams, 
Isaac Kellogg, Asa Goodwin ; James D. Thorp, Tho- 
mas Watson, James Merrill. 

New-Miiford, David S. Boardman, Perry Smith, 
Joel Sanford, Stephen Crane, Benjamin B. Soule, Na- 
thaniel Perry, Truman Richmond, Joel W. Northrop, 
Ezra Noble, John Wooster, Eldad C. Jackson, Nathan 
Gaylord, Dunning Babbett, David C. Sanford, Levi 
Morris. 

Norfolk, Joseph Battell, Michael F. Mills, Joseph 
Riggs, Bushnell Knapp, E. Grove Lawrence, Amos 
Pettibone, Erast\is Smith, Benjamin Welch, jr. Darius 
Phelps. 

Plymouth, Calvin Butler, Ransom Blakeslee, Elijah 
Warner, jr. Eli Potter, Samuel Garnsey, JohnC. Lew- 
is, William P. Judson, Milo Blakeslee, William Pierce, 
Hiram Pierce. 

Roxbury, Josiah R. Eastman, Royal R. Hinman, 
James Trowbridge, Isaac Leavenworth, Stephen San- 
ford. Lyman Fenn, Daniel F. Burrett. 

Salisbury, Elisha Sterling, Lot Norton, M. Strong, 
Eliphalet Whittlesey, Samuel Church, Newman Holly, 
John G. Mitchell, Philander Wheeler, William C. 
Sterling. 

Sharon, Cyrus Swan. Ansel Sterling, Samuel E. 
Everett, Horatio Smith, Israel Camp, Stephen Heath, 
Charles F. Sedgwick. Anson Norton, Richard Smith. 

Torrington, Wm. Battell, Erastus Hodges, Russell 
C. Abernethy, Griswold Woodward, Barzillai Hudson, 
Demas Coe, George D. Wadhams, Noah Drake, jr 



DEPARTMENTS. 47 



Warren, Sherman Hartwell, George Starr, Dan 
Carter, Sherman Buckingham, Benoni P. Beaidslee, 
Elijah Hayes. 

Washington, Curtis Hickox, Youngs Elliot, Ensign 
Bushnell, Daniel B. Brinsmade, Alvin Brown, Fred. 
J. Fenn, Charles A. Judson, Daniel T. Mitchell, Da- 
vid C. Whittlesey. 

Watertown, Holbrook Curtis. Benjamin De Forest, 
John Buckingham, James SkiUon, Ebenezer Bates, 
Nathaniel Woodruff, Cyrus D. Manville. 

Winchester, James Beebe, Luman Wakefield, Isaac 
Bronson, Truman S. Wetmore, Wm. S. Holabird, C. 
Soper, Aiva Nash, Gideon Hall, jr. Samuel Hurlburt, 
Luman Wakefie'd, Reuben Hall, Lucius Clark, Theo- 
dore Hinsda'e, E : ijah P. Grant. 

Woodbury, Charles B. Phelps, Matthew Miner, 
jr. John Strong, jr.* Treat Camp, Daniel Bacon, Gi- 
deon B. Botsford, Jesse Miner, Elijah Sherman, jr. 
Lorin Judson. 



Practising Attorneys. 
Leman Church, Esq. State Attorney. 

Litchfield, Asa Bacon, Phineas Miner, Seth P. 
Beers, Truman Smith, George C. Woodruff, OrigenS. 
Seymour. 

Barkhamstead, Hiiam Goodwin. 

Bethlem, Joseph H. Bellamy. 

Canaan, Leman Church, John Elmore, jr., Wm. P. 
Burrall. 

Cornwall, George Wheaton. 

Goshen, Birdseye Baldwin, Nelson Brewster. 

Kent, Nathaniel P. Perry, Frederick Chittenden. 

New-Hartford, Roger Mills,Wm. G. Williams. 

New-Milford, Perry Smith, David C Sanford, Na- 
thaniel Perry, S. D. Orton. 

Norfolk, Michael F. Mills. 

Plymouth, Calvin Butler. 

Roxbury, Royal R. Hinman, Isaac Leavenworth. 



48 JUDICIAL AND CIVIL 

Salisbury, Philander Wheeler, John G. Mitchel, 
John H. Hubbard, Norton J. Buel, Roger Averill. 

Sharon, Cyrus Swan, Ansel Sterling, Charles F. 
Sedgwick, Richard Smith. 

Washington, Frederick J. Fenn. 

Watertown, Holbrook Curtiss. 

Winchester, William'S, Hollabird, Abijah Catlin, jr. 
Gideon Hall, jr., Elijah P. Grant. 

Woodbury, Matthew Miner, jr. Charles B. Phelps, 
John Strong, jr. 

Albert Sedgewick, Sheriff, Litchfield. 
Deputy Sheriffs — Ozias Lewis, Litchfield. Philo G. 
Mills, Kent. Tertius Wads worth, New-Hartford. 
Edward N. Hine, New-Milford. Lucius Bradley, Ply- 
mouth. Henry S. Norton, Salisbury. Harry Lock- 
wood, Sharon. Peter W. Powell, Washington. 

Judd, Woodbury. Thomas Curtiss, Norfolk. Chaun- 
cey Hosford, Canaan. 

Albert Sedgewick, Litchfield, Jailer. 

MIDDLESEX COUNTY. 



County Court. 

Eli Warner, Esq. Chief Judge. 

Asso. Judges, George Carter, Gideon Higgins, Esqrs. 

John Fisk, Clerk, Treasurer, and Clerk of the 

Superior Couit. 

William H. Fisk, Esq. Assistant Clerk of Superior 

and County Courts. 



Justices of the Peace. 
Middletown, George W. Stanley, Augustus Cook, 
Samuel Cooper, Jonathan Barnes, William L. Storrs, 
Samuel D. Hubbard, Henry Wolcott, Charles C. Ty- 
ler, Thomas G. Mather, Horace Clark, Samuel W. 
Griswold, William Williams, Elisha Treat, Justus 
Stocking, Josiah Sage, Jedediah Wilcox, Daniel J. 



DEPARTMENTS. 49 



Griswold, William Plumb, 2d., William Lyman, Tho- 
mas Atkins, Joseph Coe, Launcelott C. Bradley, Jo* 
siah M. Hubbard, Eli Wilcox, Chauncey Wetmore, 
Stillman K. Wightman, Bela Coe. 

Haddam, Samuel Arnold, Jonathan Usher, Charles 
Arnold, Eli Warner, Smith Clark, Russel Shailer, E- 
lias Selden, Lyman E. Burr, Hezekiah Scovell, Simon 
Hazleton, John Cone, Lyman Wilcox, Stephen John*- 
son. 

Chatham, Samuel Hall, Guy Cooper, Philip Sage, 
Abel Lewis, Selden Cook, Daniel Penfield, Horace 
Foot, John Stewart, Noah Brooks, Elijah Clark, Na- 
thaniel C. Smith, Diodate B. West, Oliver Brainerd, 
Amasa Carrier, Erastus Strong, Daniel Russell. 

Durham, Worthington G. Chauncey, Lemuel Camp, 
Samuel Tibbals, Asahel Strong, John White, Timothy 
Coe, Asher Robinson, Joseph Chedsey, Gaylord New- 
ton, Alexander M. G. Elliott. 

East-Haddam — Josiah Griffin, Russell Dutton, 
Oliver Green, Aaron C. Palmer, Isaac Chester, Ozias 
Holmes, William Palmer, Thomas C. Boardman, Ste- 
phen Cone, NoahBulkley, Eliphalet A. Bulkley, John 
C. Palmer, Edward P. Brownell, Helon Cone, Joseph 
W. Cone, William H. Cone. 

Killingworth — Austin Olcott, Benjamin Hurd, Jede- 
diah Harris, George Carter, Elisha Kelsey, Leonard 
Davis, Jeremiah Hull, David P, Kelsey, David Dibble, 
Nathan Griswold, Eli A. Elliott, Rufus Turner, John 
Stanton, David Evarts. 

Saybrook — George Pratt, Samuel Carter, John 
Bushnell, Giles Blague, William R. Clark, Samuel 
Ingham, George Reed, William Bull, Jeremiah K. 
Post, Stephen W. Starkey, Richard P. Williams, Jo- 
seph H. Hayden, Obadiah Spencer, Jedediah Post, 
Jesse Pratt, Amos T. Wilcox, Jared Pratt, Joshua 
L'Hommedieu, Samuel Coit, Socrates Denison, 



Practising Attorneys. 
Samuel Ingham Esq. State Attorney. 
Middletown — George W. Stanley, Elijah Hubbardj 

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50 JUDICIAL AND CIVIL, 

Chauncey Whittlesey, Jonathan Barnes, William L. 
Storrs, Samuel D. Hubbard, Isaac Webb, Stillman K. 
Wightman, Ebenezer Jackson, Jr., Charles C. Tyler, 
Thomas G. Mather, Samuel W. Griswold. 

Fladdam — Eli Warner, Linus Parmelee, Smith 
Clark. 

Chatham — Horace Foot, Alfred Hall. 

East Haddam — N. L. Foster, Eliphal-et A. Bulkley, 
John C. Palmer. 

Saybrook — Samuel Ingham, Stephen W. Starkey. 



Linus Coe, Esq. Middletown, Sheriff. 

Deputy Sheriffs — Nelson Coe, Middletown ; Ebe- 
nezer Smith, Chatham ; Haddam ; Elijah A. Bing- 
ham, East Haddam ; Charles Stevens, Killingworth ; 
William H. Lyde, Saybrook. 

Jailers— -Harvey Treadway, Middletown; Ezekiel 
J. Clark, Haddam. 



TOLLAND COUNTY, 

County Court 

Asa Willey, Esq. Chief Judge. 

Asso. Judges, Abner Hendee, Wm. W. Reed, Esq's 

Jeremiah Parish, Esq. Clerk. 

Joseph Howard, Esq. Treasurer. 

Elisha Strong, Esq. Clerk of Superior Court. 



Justices of the Peace* 

Tolland — Calvin Willey, Eliphalet Young, Jeremi* 
ah Parish, George M. Hyde, Elisha Stearns, Loren 
P. Waldo, Ezra Chapman. 

Bolton — Saul Alvord, Jabez L. White, Ebenezer 
Strong, Daniel W. Badger. 

Columbia — Gershom Dorrence, Samuel Little, Am- 
herst Scovell, Silas Fuller, Asahel Clark, Daniel Hol- 
brook, Alpheus Kingsley, Jr. 

Coventry— Cephas Brigham, Zelotes Long, Calvin 



DEPARTMENTS. 5l 



Manning, Levi Sweatland, Daniel White, John Boyn- 
ton, William W. Reed, Timothy Dimock, Harry Prior, 
Alonzo W. Birge. 

Ellington — Asa Willey, Robert Hyde, Benjamin 
Pinney, Oliver W. Steele, John H. Brockway, Elisha 
Frink. 

Hebron — Peyton R. Gilbert, Abner Hendee, Judah 
Porter, Ralph Gilbert, John Graves, Israel E. Hutch- 
inson, AmasaG. Porter, Ruben Mann, George Culver. 
Joseph Culver, Harvey Bingham. 

Mansfield — Zalmon Storrs, John Fitch, Seth Dun- 
ham, Joseph Conant, Thomas Clark, Cordial S. Hovey 
Jr. John Martin, Charles Thompson, Edmund Free- 
man. 

Somers — Walter R, Kibbee, Oliver Chapin, 2d. Icha- 
bod Mudge, Aholiab Johnson, John Phillips, Oliver 
Collins, Emery Pease, Jr. Ebenezer Clark. 

Stafford — Rhodolphus Wood worth, Amos Harvey, 
Nathaniel Sibley, Rufus Leonard, Lina Winter, Isaac 
F. Cady, William Field, Cyrrel Johnson, Miner Grant, 
Daniel Davis, 2d. 

Union — Luther Crawford, Augustus Moore, John 
Crawford, Stephen Fairbanks. 

Vernon — Oliver H. King, Lebbeus P. Tinker, Fran- 
cis M'Lean, Samuel S. Talcott. 

Willington — Daniel Glazier, John J. Moulton, Oli- 
ver Holt, Origin Dimock, Ariel Eldridge, Marvin 
Peck. 



Practising Attorneys. 
John Fitch, Esq. State Attorney. 
Tolland — Calvin Willey, Elisha Stearns, Loren P. 
Waldo. 
Bolton — Saul Alvord. 
Columbia — Asahel Clark. 
Ellington — John H. Brockway. 
Hebron — Ralph Gilbert, Amasa G. Porter. 
Mansfield — John Fitch. 

Somers — Walter R. Kibbe, Aholiab Johnson. 
Stafford — Rhodolphus Wood worth, Stewart Beeba 



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COURTS OF PROBATE. 



Hiram Rider, Esq. Willington, Sheriff. 
Deputy Sheriffs — Samuel Kent, Tolland ; Daniel 
Kimball, Jr. Ellington ; Simon House, Andover ; Dex- 
ter M. Leonard, Mansfield; Calvin Fisk, Stafford, 
Joseph Burnham, Jr. Jailer. 



COURTS OF PROBATE. 



Districts. 
Hartford, 
Berlin, 
Bristol, 
Burlington, 
East-Windsor, 
Enfield, 
Farmington, 
Granby 
Simsbury, 
Southington, 
Suffield, 
New-Haven, 
Cheshire, 
Guilford, 
Madison, 
Milford, 
Wallingford, 
Waterbury, 
New-London, 
Norwich, 
Colchester, 
Lebanon, 
Lyme, 
Stonington, 
Fairfield, 
Bridgeport, 
Danbury, 
Newtown, 
Norwalk, 
Stamford, 



Judges. 
Jona, Edwards, 
Joseph Wright, 
Tracy Peck, 
Gad Frisbie, 
Eli B. Haskell 
Wm. Dixon, 
Edward Hooker, 
J. R. Jewett, 
J, O. Pettibone, 
Romeo Lowrey, 
Luther Loomis, 
Nath. R. Clark, 
Silas Hitchcock, 
Sam'l Fowler, 
Sam. Robinson, 
Wm. Strong. 
J. D. Reynolds, 
Joel Hinman, 
John P. Trott, 
John Hyde, 
Benj. Trumbull, 
W. T. Williams. 
Z.Brockway,jr. 
Asa Fish, 
David Hill, 
A. Hamlin, 
Reuben Booth, 
S. C. Blackrnan, 
Benjamin Isaacs, 
Charles Hawley, 



CfcERKS. 

Henry Belden. 
Sheldon Moore. 

Henry Nash. 
Lemuel Whitman . 



J. Wightman. 
Oliver Pease. 
John Beach. 

C. Peck. 

R. D. Smith, 

D. L. Baldwin. 
Randall Cook. 
Israel Holmes, 
Jirah I sham. 
Burrell Lathrop. 
B. M. Trumbull. 
H. Dutton, 
Wm. Noyes, jr. 
Nathan Daboll, 

D. Hill, jr. 
H. Shelton. 
Edward Taylor. 

E. W. Keeler. 
Charles Isaacs. 
Sam. Loekwood* 



COURTS OP PROBATE. 



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Weston, 

Brooklyn, 

Ashford, 

Killingly, 

Plainfield, 

Pomfret, 

Thompson, 

Voluntown, 

Windham, 

Woodstock, 

Litchfield, 

Barkhamsted, 

Canaan, 

Kent, 

New-Hartford, 

New-Milford, 

Norfolk, 

Plymouth, 

Washington, 

Watertown, 

Woodbury, 

Middletown, 

Chatham, 

East-Haddam, 

Haddam, 

Killingworth, 

Saybrook, 

Tolland, 

Ellington, 

Hebron, 

Stafford, 

Somers, 

Mansfield, 



Bradford Winton, 

Bela P.Spalding, Armin Belles. 

D. Knowlton, Elisha Byles. 

Tho's. Backus, I. T. Hutchens, 

Joseph Eaton, John F. Gordon. 

T. M. Grosvenor, 

John Nichols, 

Kinney Gallup, 

Calvin Hebbard, Thomas Gray. 

John Paine, George Bowen. 

Fred'k Wolcott, P. Miner. 

Lancelot Phelps, Hiram Goodwin. 

Wm. M. Burrall,W. P. Burrall. 

Nath. P. Perry, Philo G. Mills. 



Isaac Kellogg, 
Nath'l. Perry, 
Mich. F. Mills. 
Calvin Butler, 



Nathaniel Gray. 

M.G.Mills. 
C. Butler. 



D. B. Brinsmade, Anthony Smith. 
Holbrook Curtis, 



J. Strong, jr. 
Augustus Cook, 
Ira Lee, 
E. A. Bulkley, 
Cha's. Arnold, 
Geo. Carter, 
O. Spencer, 
Jer'h. Parish, 
Asa Willey, 
Abner Hendee, 
R. Wood worth, 
W. R. Kibbe, 
Zalmon S?orrs, 



Thos. Bull. 
John Fisk. 
Horace Foot. 

Eli Warner. 
G. Carter, jr. 

Joseph Howard. 
Moses B. Bull. 
Cyrus Mann. 
Calvin Fisk. 
Aho. Johnson. 



54 NOTARIES PUBLIC. 

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Notaries Public. 



Hartford — Hezekiah Huntington, Walter Mitch- 
ell, Joseph Trumbull, Isaac Perkins, Henry L. Ells- 
worth, Nathan Johnson, Samuel H. Parsons, Samuel 
Huntington, Thomas C. Perkins, Charles L. Porter, 
Erastus Smith, C. M. Emerson, Charles Portei. 
Berlin — Ira E Smith, Daniel Dunbar. 
Bristol— Henry A. Mitchell, Tracy Peck. 
East-Windsor — William Barnes. 
Farmington— Henry Cowles. 
Granby — Anson Bates. 
Simsbury— Richard Bacon. 
Windsor — Samuel Woodruff James Loomis* 
New-Haven — Dyer White, Leonard A. Daggett, C» 
A. Ingersoll, William H. Ellis, Nathaniel A. Bacon, 
Ammi Harrison. 

Cheshire — Burrage Beach. 
Collinsville — Henry Nash. 
Derby — John L Tomlinson. 
Guilford— William Todd, Ralph D. Smith. 
Madison — Samuel Roberson. 
North-Haven — William Hartley. 
W'allingford — A. B. Chapin. 

New-London — Lyman Law, Ebenezer Learned, W. 
F. Brainard, W.P. Cleaveland, jr. E. F. Dutton. 

Norwich — James Lanman, James Stedman, Joseph 
Williams, Henry Strong, George Hill, J. A. Rockwell, 
W. H. Law, Asa Child. 

Colehester — Amherst D. Scovell. 
Griswold — Thomas Stewart, Samuel C. Morgan. 
Groton — John Hudson. 
Lebanon — Wm, T. Williams, 
Lyme — Charles Griswold. 
Preston — Asher P. Brown. 

Stonington — G. Hubbard, E. Brown, Francis Amy. 
Waterford — Isaiah Rogers. 
Danburt— Daniel A. Cook, Russel Hoyt. 
Bridgeport—Joseph Backus, Daniel Sterling, Joseph 



COMMISSIONERS. 55 

Wood, Alanson Hamlin, Mark Moore. 

Norwalk — Clark Bissell, Benjamin Isaacs, Thad- 
deus Betts, E. M. Morgan, Timothy P. Merwin. 

Ridgefield — Thaddeus Keeler, 2nd. 

Stamford — Charles Hawley. 

Stratford — Daniel Judson. 

Brooklyn— John Parish, Adams White, Daniel 
P. Tyler, Joseph P. Gay. 

Chaplin— Walter Goodell. 
Windham— Samuel Perkins. 
Woodstock — John McClellan. 

Plainfield — Francis B. Johnson, William Dyer. 

Litchfield — Fiederick Wolcott, Seth P. Beers, 
Origin S. Seymour, George C. Woodruff 

Canaan — Wm. P. Burrell. 

New-Milford — David S. Boardman. 

Plymouth — Calvin Butler. 

Salisbury — Elisha Sterling. 

Middletown — G. W. Stanley, Jonathan Barnes, 
Chauncey Whittlesey, Stillman K. Wightman, Sam- 
uel W. Griswold. 

Haddam — Linus Parmelee. 

East-Haddam — N. L. Foster, Eliphalet A. Bulkley, 
J. C. Palmer. 

Saybrook, (Essex Borough) — Samuel Ingham, Ste- 
phen W. Starkey. 

Tolland — Loren P. Waldo, Jonathan R. Flynt. 

Hebron — Abner Hendee, Ralph Gilbert. 

Commissioners 

on turnpike roads, bridges, ferries, etc. 
[Appointed by the Senate— May, 1834.] 



ON TURNPIKE ROADS. 

1. Boston. Zelotes Long, Jonathan Nichols. 

2. Bridgeport and Newtown. Abijah Merritt, Jamee 

B. Fairman. 

3. Center. Elias Childe, 3d. Oliver Lord. 

4. Chatham and Marlborough, S. Cook, C. Abbey, 



56 COMMISSIONERS. 

5. Cheshire. Charles H. Pond, Julius S. Barnes. 

6. Chester and North Killingworth. David Doug- 

lass, John Shipman. 

7. Colchester and Chatham. Daniel Burrows, Benja- 

min Trumbull. 

8. Colchester and Norwich. Samuel A. Peters, 

Lewis Hyde. 

9. Columbia. Zachariah Cone, John Graves. 

10. Connecticut. Jeremiah Sturges, Charles Hawley. 

11. Cornwall and Warren. Peter Pierce, Chauncey 

Hosford. 

12. Cornwall and Washington. Matthew Logan, 

William Odle. 

13. Canaan and Litchfield. Benjamin Roberts, John 

R. Langdon. 

14. Connecticut and Rhode-Island. Thomas C. Hay- 

wood, Simeon S. Parkhurst. 

15. Danbury and Ridgefield. Stephen Hoyt, Russel 

Hoyt, 

16. Durham and East Guilford. Daniel Burrows, 

Jonathan S. Wilcox. 

17. East Haddam and Colchester. Charles Daniels^ 

Samuel S. Warner. 

18. East Middle. Elijah Warner, Jr. James Bishop. 

19. Essex. Josiah Jones, John Piatt, Jr. 

20. Farmington River. Lent Benham, Abiram Cham- 

berlin. 

21. Fairfield Reading and Weston. Thaddeus B. 

Reed, Zera Hoyt. 

22. Fair-Haven. Charles H. Pond, Obadiah Piatt. 

23. Goshen and Sharon. Cyrus H. Blinn, Chalker 

Pratt. 

24. Granby. Jeffrey O. Phelps Charles T. Hillyer. 

25. Green Woods. James Shepard, Seth Marshall. 

26. Groton and Stonington. John A. Fullton, Dean 

Gallup. 

27. Guilford and Durham. Richard Robinson, Abel 

Rossetter. 
$8. Hartford and New-Haven, Charles H. Pond, Lu- 
ther Beckley, 



COMMISSIONERS. 57 

29. Hartford and New-London. George Gillett, Ja- 

cob B. Gurley. 

30. Hartford, Tolland, Windham and New-London 

Counties. William W. Reed. Charles Thomas. 

31. Hartford and Tolland. Orrin Holt, Joseph Spen- 

cer. 

32. Hebron and Middle Haddam. John Stewart, 

Mosely Talcott. 

33. Humphreysville and Salem. Ezekiel Gilbert, 

Treat Bradley. 

34. Housatonic. John Peck, Peter Tomlinson. 

35. Huntington Ayer Lewis, Charles Curtiss. 

36. Killingworth and Haddam. Horace Redfield, 

Lyman Wilcox. 

37. Litchfield and Cornwall. Joseph Adams, John 

R. Langdon. 

38. Litchfield and Harwinton. Joseph Adams, Bena- 

jah Hayden. 

39. Litchfield and New-Milford. Selah Richmond, 

Samuel A. Bolles. 

40. Middlesex. Ozias Holmes. Martin Kellogg. 

41. Middletown and Berlin. Daniel Burrows, Hora- 

tio Gridley. 

42. Middletown and Durham. Richard Robinson, 

David Kimbeily. 

43. Middletown and Meriden. Isaac J. Hough, Jo- 

seph Taylor. 

44. Mohegan. Peter Comstock, Adam Larrabee. 

45. Monroe and Zoar Bridge. George Bradley 

Charles Judson. 

46. Moosup. Samuel L. Hough, Elisha L. Fuller. 

47. New-Milford and Roxbury. Selah Richmond, 

William Taylor. 

48. Norwich and Salem. Charles Thomas, John 

Man warring. 

49. New-Haven and Derby. Erastus Osborn, David 

Kimberly. 
60. New-Haven and Milford. Erastus Osborn, David 

Kimberly. s 

51. New-London and Lyme, Samuel Green, Thomas 

Sill, 



58 COMMISSIONERS. 



52. New-London and Windham Counties. Joseph 

Eaton, Chester Lyon. 

53. New-Milford and Sherman. Lyman Hine, Levi 

Leach. 

54. New-Preston. David Comstock 2d. George 

Lewis. 

55. Northfield. David Sanford, Andrew Comstock. 

56. Norwalk and Danbury. Erastus Sturgess, I. H. 

Seeley. 

57. Norwalk and Newtown. Abm. D. Baldwin, Ja- 

cob Beers. 

58. Norwich and Woodstock. Elisha Adams, George 

Bliss. 

59. Oxford. John Peck, Thomas A. Dutton. 

60. Pettipaug and Guilford. Obediah Piatt, Joel Can- 

field. 

61. Pine's Bridge. Hiram Osborn, John Buckingham. 

62. Providence. Benjamin E. Palmer, Thomas Backus. 

63. Rimmon Falls. Erastus Osborn, Charles H. 

Pond. 

64. Salem and Hamburg. Samuel Dolbier Ebenezer 

A. Packer. 

65. Sharon and Cornwall. Peter Bierce, William M. 

Burrall. 

66. Sympaug. J. H. Seeley, Erastus Sturges. 

67. Shetucket. Wilson A.Browning, Charles Tho- 

mas. 

68. Stafford, Mineral Springs. John Work, John 

Lyon. 

69. Still River. Launcelot Phelps, Chester Loper. 

70. Southington and Waterbury. Elisha A. Cowles, 

Anson Sperry. 

71. Sandybrook. Hiram Goodwin, Ezra Doolittle. 

72. Straits. Charles H. Pond, Samuel H. Ncttleton. 

73. Sugar Hollow. Erastus Sturges, James F. Chap- 

man. 

74. Talcott Mountain. Hezekiah Huntington, James 

Shepard. 

75. Thompson. William Fisher, John J. Green. 

76. Tolland County. Ira Johson, Marvin Knowlton. 

77. Torrington, Jonathan Buel, Phineas Lord. 



COMMISSIONERS. 59 



78. Tolland and Mansfield. Josiah Bnrnham, Jr. 

Chelsea Chapman. 

79. Washington. William Odle, Samuel Steele. 

80. Windham and Coventry. Isaac Keney, Solomon 

Paine. 

81. Windham and Mansfield. William Rice, Nathan 

Bass. 

82. West Middle. Samuel Steel, Daniel Martin. 

83. Windham and Brooklyn. Nathan Martin, John 

Gallup 3d. 

84. Waterbury River. Seth Thomas, Anson Sperry. 

85. Wolcottville, Uriel Tuttle, Horace Higley. 

86. Weston. David Sherwood, Joseph Bennett. 

87. Wells Hollow. Joseph Shelton, Donald Judson. 

88. Warren. D. S. Boardman, William M. Burrall. 

89. Branch. Donald Judson, Isaac Bennet. 

90. Monroe and Newtown. Donald Judson, Lanson 

Birch. 

91. Fairfield County Jeremiah Sturgess, Donald 

Judson. 

92. Hadlime. Samuel A. Warner, James Stranahan. 

93. Chester and North-Killingworth. John B. Auger, 

Samuel Silliman. 

94. Blackrock and Weston. Abraham Baldwin Don- 

ald Judson. 

95. River Turnpike. John Peck, Peter Tomlinson. 



ON BRIDGES. 

1. Niantic. Joseph Manwarring, Wm. F. Brainard. 

2. Hartford. Jeremy Hoadley, Henry Kilburn, Ash- 

bel Olmsted. 

3. Mystic. Stephen Haley, Jesse D. Noyes. 

4. Tomlinson's. Orrin D. Squires, Daniel Brown. 

5. Bridgeport. Jer'h. Sturges, Noah Plumb. 

6. Washington. Charles H. Pond, Enoch Foote. 

7. Derby Bridge & Ferry Co. Ager Lewis, Ezekiel 

Gilbert. 

8. Zoar. Donald Judson, Samuel Wheeler. 

9. Bennett's. Jacob Beers, Anson Bray. 



60 COMMISSIONERS. 



10. Hawley's. Wait S. Northorp, Zar Nearing. 

11. New Milford. Benjamin B. Soule, Albert Gaylord. 

12. Bull's Falls. Benjamin B. Soule, Albert Gaylord. 

13. Pratt's. Benjamin B. Soule, Albert Gaylord. 

14. Fuller's. Benjamin B. Soule, Albert Gaylord. 

15. Union. Henry Beers, Daniel Hinman. 

16. Edmand's. Abel Hine, Selah Richmond. 

17. Norwich & Preston. Erastus Coit, Elias Brown, 

Charles Thomas. 



ON FERRIES. 

1. New London Ferry. Albert Latham, Stephen 

Haley. 

2. Gale's. Sherwood Raymond, Guy C. Stoddard. 

3. Chapman's. William R. Clark, Ambrose Webb. 

4. Warner's. Edward S. Shipman, George Post. 

5. Higganum. Noah Brooks, Huntington ^elden. 

6. East Haddam. Orrimel P. Wright, J. L'Homme- 

dieu. 

7. Middle Haddam Landing. William Nott, Hun- 

tington Selden. 

8. Essex. Josiah Jones, John Piatt, Jun. 

9. Rocky Hill. Sampson Horton, Rhodrick Grimes. 

10. Pratt's Leonard Welles, Samuel Gallup. 

11. King's Ephraim P. Pruden, Apollus Fuller. 

12. Easf Windsor, Henry Sill, Frederick W. Grant. 

13. East Windsor, at Warehouse-Point. William 

Barnes, Seth Dexter. 

14. Enfield and Suffield. Henry Thompson. 

15. Saybrook Ferry. Samuel Carter, Charles C. 

Griswold. 

16. Haddam-Island. Noah Brooks, Charles Arnold. 



Commissioners on the Union Company Connecticut 

River. 

Henry Barnard, Samuel Fuller, Lemuel White. 

Commissioners on Thames River Channel. 

[Appointed by the Governor.] 

Albert Smith, Henry B. Norton, John P, Huntington. 



COMMISSIONERS. 6l 



Commissioners on Norwich and Preston Bridge. 

[Appointed by the Governor.] 

Erastus Coit, Elias Brown, Charles Thomas. 



Commissioners on Farmington Canal. 
Simeon Baldwin, William Mosely, George Cowles, 
Richard Bacon, Roger Mills. 



Commissioners on the New York and Stonington 

Rail Road. 

Isaiah Rogers, Samuel Green, Elisha Haley. 



Commissioners on the works of the Connecticut Ri- 
ver Company. 
Henry Kilbourne, Calvin Willey, Richard Bacon. 



Directors of Connecticut State Prison. 

Walter Booth, Henry Barnard, Oliver H. King. 

Warden. — Amos Pilsbury. 



The Commissioners to equalize the Assessment List 
for the State, are the Treasurer and Comptroller for 
the time being. 

COMMISSIONERS, appointed by the Governor of 
Connecticut, to take the acknowledgment of deeds, 
&c. and depositions, in the respective States, where 
they reside. 

Seth Terry, Vermont. 

Jeremiah Elkins, Gilford,New Hampshire, 

Th h o n rats Wy' Dexter, \ Boston ' Massachusetts. 

William H. Smith, ) -r> . -, th-jtij 

■c • r> • i t } Providence, Rhode Island. 

Francis Brinley, Jr., ) 

John R. Richmond, Bristol, Rhode Island. 



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COMMISSIONERS, — SURVEYORS. 



William H. Maxwell, 
Edwin Burr, 
John Bissell, 
William Gracie, 
William Watson, Jr. 
Branford R. Wood, 
John J. Hinman, 
Benning Mann, 
George Gould, 
Selah B. Treat, 
Cyrus P. Smith, 
Edward E. Law, 
Reuben C. Hale, 
George Webb, 
Joseph Watson, 
Ebenezer Jessup, 
William S. Perkins, 
Solomon P. Chase, 
John M. Sterling, 
George W. Irving, 
Appleton Downer, 
Gurdon Deming, 
Charles S.Henry, 
Henry Daggett, 
John Slidell, 
Henry A. Lambert, 



New- York City. 



Albany, New York. 
Utica. New York. 
Sydney, Del. Co. N. York. 
Troy, New York* 
Yates Co. New York. 
Brooklyn. Long Island. 
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 
Center Co. Pennsylvania. 
Baltimore, Maryland. 
District of Columbia. 
Huron County, Ohio. 
Painsville, Ohio. 
Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Cleaveland, Ohio. 
Vincennes, Ohio. 
Zanesville, Ohio. 
Fayettville, North Carolina 
Savannah, Georgia, 
Mobile, Alabama. 
New Orleans, Louisiana. 
Auburn, Township of Pon- 



[tiac, County of Oakland, Territory of Michigan. 



SURVEYORS OF CONNECTICUT. 



County 
County 
County 
County 
County 
County 
County 



George Gillet, Esq. Surveyor General. 

Deputy Surveyors, 
of Hartford — Nathaniel Goodwin, Hartford, 
of New-Haven — Noyes Darling, New Haven, 
of New London — Moses Warren, Lyme, 
of Fairfield — Benjamin Hoyt, Danbury, 
of Windham — Jonathan Nichols, Thompson, 
of Litchfield— Wm. M. Burrall, Canaan, 
of Middlesex, Edwin F. Johnson, Middletown* 



SENATORIAL DISTRICT^ 03 

SENATORIAL DISTRICTS. 



District No. 1. Consists of the Towns of Hartford, 
Wethersfield, Berlin and Southington. 

No. 2. Enfield, Suffield, East- Windsor, East-Hart- 
ford, Glastenbury, Marlborough and Manchester. 

No. 3. Hartland, Granby, Simsbury, Windsor, 
Canton, Farmington, Bristol, Burlington and Avon. 

No. 4 New-Haven. Hamden, Milford, Orange and 
North-Haven. 

No. 5. Woodbridge, Derby, Oxford, Southbury, 
Middlebury, Waterbury, Prospect and Wolcott. 

No. 6. East-Haven, Cheshire, Meriden, W ailing- 
ford, Branford, Guilford, Madison and North-Bran ford. 

No. 7. New-London, Groton, Stonington and Wa- 
terford. 

No. 8. Norwich, North-Stonington, Preston, Gris- 
wold, Lisbon and Franklin. 

No. 9. Lyme, Colchester, Lebanon, Montville, Sa- 
lem and Bozrah. 

No. 10. Fairfield, Bridgeport, Stratford, Hunting- 
ton, Weston, Trumbull and Monroe, 

No. 11. Danbury. Ridgefield, Reading, Newtown, 
Brookfield, New- Fairfield and Sherman. 

No. 12. Norwalk, Darien, Stamford, Greenwich, 
New Canaan and Wilton. 

Mo. 13. Brooklyn, Canterbury, Hampton, Plain- 
field, Sterling, Voluntown, Windham and Chaplin. 

No. 14. Ashford, Killingly, Pomfret, Thompson 
and Woodstock. 

No. 15. Litchfield, Harwinton, New-Hartford, 
Torrington, Winchester, Barkhamsted and Colebrook. 

No. 16. New-Milford, Warren, Washington, Rox- 
I bury, Bethlem, Woodbridge, Watertown and Plymouth. 

No. 17. Salisbury, Canaan, Norfolk, Sharon, Corn- 
| wall, Goshen and Kent. 

No. 18. Middletown, Durham and Chatham. 

No. 19. Haddam, East-Haddam,Killingworth and 
|Saybrook. 

No. 20. Tolland, Ellington, Somers, Stafford, U~ 
Union and Willin P-t.nn. 



64 ALLOTMENT OF JUDGES. 

No. 21. Bolton, Coventry, Columbia, Mansfield, 
Hebron and Vernon. 



Extract from the District Law. 
Sec. 3. The presiding officers in the meetings of 
the electors, in the respective towns in this State, shall 
make oath to the certificates of the votes for Senators 
in the General Assembly, as follows, to wit. 

" At a meeting of the Electors in the town of — , 

legally warned and held on the first Monday in April, 

A. D. , the following persons received the number 

of votes annexed to their names respectively, for a Sen- 
ator in the next General Assembly of this State, for 

District number , 

Names. I Number of votes in words 

at full length. 
Duplicate list of votes for Senator, certified by 
A. B. Presiding Officer." 
Sec. 4. The presiding officers, in making out said 
certified lists, shall insert the number of votes in words 
at full length. 

Sec 5. The superscription on each of said certifi- 
cates to be returned to the Secretary of this State, shall 
be as follows, to wit . 

li To the Secretary of this State. 

" Votes of the Electors of the town of — , for a 

Senator for District number , taken and sealed up 

by A. B. Presiding Officer." 

SUPERIOR COURT. 
Allotment of Judges for 1834—5. 

WINTER CIRCUIT. 

Huntington, J. Hartford. 

Church, J. New-Haven. 

Williams, C. J. New-London. 

Wait, J. Fairfield. 

Wait, J. Windham. 

Bissell, J. Litchfield. 

Williams, C. J. Middlesex. 

Huntington, J. Tolland. 



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78 



CITIES. 



.IWCQRPQRATEB CIT IES. 

HARTFORD. 

Thomas S. Williams, Mayor. 

Aldermen. 
Thomas K. Brace, I Roderick Terry, 
Jared Griswold, j Hezekiah Huntington, Jr. 

Common Council— Henry Barnard, Frederick Oakes, 
Nathan Morgan, Asher W. Roberts, Hezekiah Davis, 
Joseph Church, George Francis, D. F. Robinson, Na- 
thaniel Eggleston, Allen S. Stillraan, E. W. Bull, A. 
H. Pomroy, George Putnam, Philemon Canfield, Chas. 
Sheldon, E. B. Stedman, James B. Shultas, Caleb 
Stockbridge, S. B. Wildman, David S. Porter. 

Treasurer — Nathaniel Goodwin. 

City Clerk — William Conner, 

Auditor — Elisha Dodd. 

Sheriffs — Benjamin Hastings, Horace Wadsworth. 

City Court held on the first Monday in each month. 
Annual Meeting 3d Monday in April. 



N E W-H A V E N. 

Henry C. Flagg, Mayor. 

Aldermen. 
Caleb Brintnall, I Isaac Mix, 
Benjamin Beecher, | Enos A. Prescott. 
Common Council — Smith Tuttle, Charles Bostwick, 
Elihu Sanford, Lent Bishop. Ezra Hotchkiss, Alfred 
Daggett, Joseph Fairchild, Frederick Lines, William 
B. Bristol, James English, Elisha L. Silliman, Elihu 
Atwater, Henry Peck, Levi Gilbert. Nahum Hay- 
ward, Abraham Murdock, George A. Townsend. 
Treasurer — A.Townsend, jr. Clerk,Elisha Munson. 
Attorney — Charles A. Ingersoll, 
Collector — Justin Redfield, 
Sheriffs — Sheldon Hotchkiss, Scovil Hinman- 
Clerk City Court — John Beach, 






NEW-LONDON. 

Coddington Billings, Mayor. 

Aldermen. 
Adam Frink, Wanton A. Weaver, 

Jonathan Coit, Sabin K. Smith. 

Common Council. — Samuel Chaney, Increase Wil- 
son, Daniel Rogers, jr. Jonathan Starr, jr. Samuel 
Moxley jr. George Potter, jr. Nathaniel Chapman, P. 
C. Tu